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BSCES posts two different types of news; organization news, below, which includes the latest BSCES and ASCE announcements about program activities, undertakings, and member benefits, and industry news, which includes local and national occurrences impacting the civil engineering profession.
The bridge that carries state routes 4 and 225 over the Shawsheen River in Bedford was found by MassDOT to be in serious need of work. At the same time, it is a primary corridor for east-west traffic... Read More
If you’re a railroad enthusiast or interested in iconic New England infrastructure, you’re likely familiar with the Canton Viaduct, also referred to by locals as the “Great Wall of Canton”. Constructed... Read More
A central corridor in New Bedford, Massachusetts, Union Street has long illustrated the historic story of this beautiful city. As part of the city’s overall revitalization efforts, CDM Smith is partnering... Read More
Located at the intersection of East Street and Eastern Avenue in Dedham, Massachusetts, is the Fairbanks House, the oldest timber-framed structure in North America. Constructed for Jonathan Fairbanks,... Read More
The Committee on Sustainability selected the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) this year to receive a BSCES Sustainability in Civil Engineering Award for the Wachusett Aqueduct Pumping... Read More
The HYM Investment Group’s (“HYM”) vision for Suffolk Downs focuses on connectivity and accessibility. Located in East Boston and Revere, this redevelopment will turn an underutilized site into a new... Read More
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