Volume 24, Number 1 Spring/ Summer 2009

Volume 24

Issue 1

In This Issue

Sanjeev Malhotra

Increased need,for alternative energy sources that are cost effective and that have little impact on the environment has resulted in greater interest in offshore wind farms.

Vladimir Novotny

Totally or partially restoring waterways in urban settings can offset their costs by bringing in economic, social and environmental benefits to the localized urban areas as well as to the city as a whole.

Jerome Selissen and Michael J. Walsh

Public acceptance of publicly funded construction projects depends on establishing lines of communication, adapting project components to public input and paying attention to details

Brian Brenner

It doesn’t happen that often – some might say never – but when blind luck catches up with you, it can lead to a nice cake walk along a very pretty bridge.

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