The Institute of Bridge Engineering is recognized as a leading institution for bridge engineering because of its extraordinary commitment to the advancement of sustainable bridge design, construction and preservation through research and education.
As part of the Every Day Counts Program, the Federal Highway Administration is sponsoring a webinar series: UHPC Implementation Stories, July 11, 1–2:30 p.m. EDT. This is the fifth topic in a series of six webinars offered on UHPC uses, benefits, lessons learned, and example case studies. Visit FHWA’s UHPC website for more information on registering for this and future webinars and for links to additional resources.
TRB will conduct a webinar on Thursday, June 22, 2017, from 2:00PM to 3:30PM ET about the concepts of Direct Displacement-Based Seismic Design (DDBD) as a methodology suitable for seismic design of bridges. Presenters will cover the fundamentals of DDBD and its application to multi-span bridge structures. They will also describe example bridge designs that use this method.
11th University Transportation Centers Spotlight Conference Rebuilding and Retrofitting the Transportation Infrastructure, Washington, DC, September 26-27, 2017. Organized by Transportation Research Board.
Daniela Moreno, (MS 2013), was interviewed by Caracol News, a
news organization in her home country of Columbia. She works for
Parsons Corporation, and is supervising work on the Bayonne Bridge
in New Jersey. See her interview here
The NCHRP U.S. Domestic Scan Program final report has been published online for Domestic Scan 13-03 Advances in FRP Composite in Transportation Infrastructure.
A Road Map for Civil Engineers towards Bridge
Engineering Through Academic Education and Professional
Reza Akbari; Shahrokh Maalek, Civil Engineering Infrastructures Journal (Volume 50, Issue 1, June 2017).
Field-Cast Ultra-High Performance Concrete Connections for Prefabricated Bridge, FHWA, Highways for Life.
2018 TRB Annual Meeting: Papers Due August 1, 2017