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Assessing earthquake hazards

Images resulting from recent simulations at NERSC show the distribution of ground motion intensity across the San Francisco Bay Area region 10 seconds after...

Tips for protecting against cyber attacks

All businesses, large to small, face risk in today’s connected world. Cyber attacks are affecting companies of all sizes, with smaller companies possibly at higher...

Mussel control

Invasive zebra mussels — about the size of a thumbnail — can quickly proliferate and are highly adaptive to new environments, including Texas. Photo:...

More than meets the eye

Rendered view of the complexity of subsurface utilities. Image: Emerson Melin Updating the nation’s hidden infrastructure. By Aaron Hopkins with Maraliese Beveridge It’s no secret that infrastructure...

Online master’s degree programs

Civil and structural engineers have significant continuing education options for elevating their careers. By Bob Drake Opportunities to elevate your professional skills and knowledge while working...

East versus West Coast earthquakes

Damage at the Sherman Building in Washington, D.C., caused by the magnitude 5.8 earthquake in August 2011 in Mineral, Va. Photo: EHT Traceries Fewer quakes...

Designing for the future

The upper section of the main building is a massive nonlinear surface shaped by a series of cutaway ovals with a continuously changing major...

How Architectural and Engineering Consulting Firms Can Win More Work

By: William G Handlos, P.E., Presto Geosystems Why do some A & E consultants perennially get their choice of work? Let’s face it; most...

Improving asphalt pavements

Workers use IC and IR to improve paving operations on Route 36 in Macon County, Mo. Intelligent compaction and infrared scanning technologies improve construction quality in...
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