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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 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
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
Columbus Avenue in Boston was originally laid out in the 1830’s parallel to the Boston & Providence Railroad tracks and has a history of transit along the corridor. In its earliest days, the roadway... Read More
The design of Springfield Street/Memorial Avenue (Route 147) which began as a bridge replacement, morphed unexpectedly into a complete streets project which pushed the limits of what was included in... Read More
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