Infrastructure

Author(s): 
Vis Reddy interviewed by Consultancy South Africa
Category: 
Water Management, Environmental/Social

Water crises in a number of cities, combined with natural disasters caused by climate change and a lack of sustainable supply is driving up the demand for engineering consultancy services in the domain of water management, according to Managing Director of SRK Consulting Read more... about Water consulting makes up the majority of the engineering consulting demand

Author(s): 
Colin Chapman and Chris Smythe
Category: 
Civil Engineering

The spend on mining and logistics infrastructure can represent a large percentage of overall project capital expenditure, particularly for bulk commodity or remote projects. For metals and concentrate producing operations, the percentage may be smaller and be more focused on specific elements Read more... about Infrastructure Leader - World Risk Report

Author(s): 
Stephen A. Wolfe, Naomi H. Short, Peter D. Morse, Steve H. Schwarz, and Christopher W. Stevens
Category: 
Geology

Evaluation of RADARSAT-2 DInSAR Seasonal Surface Displacement in Discontinuous Permafrost Terrain, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada Read more... about Evaluation of RADARSAT-2 DInSAR Seasonal Surface Displacement in Discontinuous Permafrost Terrain, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada

Author(s): 
José A. Cruz, Laureano R. Hoyos, Arcesio Lizcano
Category: 
Civil Engineering

The engineering performance of a vast majority of geotechnical infrastructure, including earth slopes, embankments, pavements, tunnels, and earth retaining systems, may be more suitably modeled using plane strain analyses.. Read more... about Response of intermediate unsaturated soils under suction-controlled plane strain conditions: A preliminary investigation

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