March – April 2018 Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Manhattan’s Irish Hunger Memorial Receives Waterproof Renovation
- The Right Tool for the Job: Multiple Tools Complicate Reality-Capture Landscape
By Shawn Herring
- Engineered Solutions: RenewWrap: Column Repair
By Gregg Blaszak
- Battling Corrosion Problems in Harsh Middle East Environmental Conditions
By Julie Holmquist
- Getting the Lights Back On in Puerto Rico: The Army Corps and Fluor Mount Massive Grid Restoration After Hurricane Maria
By Angus W. Stocking, L.S.
- Historic Bookbindery Opens New Chapter
By Kenny Lapins
- PDH: Evaluation of Media-Based Stormwater Filtration Systems
By James H. Lenhart, P.E., D.WRE; Vaikko Allen; and Jeremy Gray
- From the Editor: Old Habits Die Hard
By Mark J. Scacco, P.E.
- Reengineering The Engineer: What’s Ice Got to Do with It?
By Douglas G. Fitzpatrick, P.E.
- Thoughts From Engineers: Water 4.0: Time to Consider an Alternative Paradigm
By Chris Maeder, M.S., P.E., CFM
- Executive Corner: The R&D Tax Credit: Major Savings Available for Architects and Engineers
By Russ Ryan
- Code Update: Provisions for Cold-Formed Steel Nonstructural Members Clarified in AISI S220
By Robert J. Wills, P.E.
- Project Management Insights: Is Project Management a Weakness in the Armor?
By Christine Brack, PMP
- Final Thoughts: Engineers Also Deserve Awards and Recognition
By Rob Schickel, P.E.