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In the September 2022 issue of this newsletter, Ashley Bomely, PE described the complete streets elements of the Memorial Avenue project. The details of the bridge that integrated so artistically with... Read More
In 2020, Manafort Brothers, Inc. (MBI) was the lowest bidder and was awarded a contract by RIDOT to replace the proposed bridge carrying Glenbridge Avenue Bridge over Route 6 in the City of Providence.... Read More
The replacement of the failing pipe culverts that carry the Lubbers Brook beneath Middlesex Avenue started out as a simple project. However, due to high levels of traffic, utility conflicts and skew... Read More
Replacing the MBTA's century-old Robert Street Bridge in Roslindale required engineering ingenuity, with the bridge situated next to a station platform in a busy neighborhood. VHB's structural engineers... Read More
The focus of this month’s issue is Climate Change Mitigation. As an environmental engineer and LEED AP this is a subject near and dear to my heart. The impact of climate change is becoming more apparent... Read More
Sustainability encompasses three broad areas: social, environment, and economics. As geotechnical engineers and contractors that work in a for-profit industry, it can feel overwhelming to try to figure... Read More
BSCES Committee on Sustainability is looking for active members to volunteer and join the discussion about sustainability in all civil engineering practices. Please reach out to Sustain.Comm@BSCES.org... Read More
The original Cedar Point gravity sewer collection system in Scituate, Massachusetts was constructed of vitrified clay (VC) pipe in the 1970s. Despite construction of several sewer system rehabilitation... Read More
New England is oft-associated with a “cold climate” label, however, the effects of climate change with regards to heat are already being felt today. The Greater Boston region has increasingly been exposed... Read More
Extreme rain and flooding from the effects of climate change are impacting infrastructure and lives on a global scale. Kleinfelder’s engineers worked with the City of Cambridge to increase resiliency... Read More
Extreme rainfall and flooding is affecting the world with increasing frequency and severity. There are a number of promising approaches to help estimate climate change impacts on extreme rainfall. This... Read More
Located within one of the world’s most important biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and high-tech centers, Cambridge Discovery Park is a 27-acre, state-of-the-art life science campus, which connects to... Read More
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