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News Story text/texmacs Avoiding buried utilities and excavation accidents
We live above a web of buried utility lines that make modern life possible. Michigan Engineers are developing a revolutionary method for excavator operators to ...
News Byte Rules of engagement: effective construction scheduling
Construction projects inevitably experience events that challenge the schedule. Implementation of a timely protocol, akin to “rules of engagement” is a cost ...
News Story chemical/x-pdb Family leaves its mark on CEE
The Malloure family is sponsoring the cutting edge Civil and Environmental Engineering Department by endowing the department chair position.
News Byte Recovering from a drinking water distribution disaster
Martin M. Kaufman studies water resource risk assessment, heavy metal contamination in the environment, and urban water infrastructure. He has additional ...
News Story U-Michigan part of new network to build sustainable, livable cities
The University of Michigan is one of nine research universities in a new international effort, funded by a $12 million award from the National Science ...
News Story Make it earthquake proof
Michigan Engineers are looking into materials rarely used in the construction world for retro-fitting older structures to provide a type of affordable ...
News Byte Troff document Fueling the future with renewables
Purdue's Michael R. Ladisch will discusses the future of second generation renewable fuels and how to ensure successful implementation.
News Story Flint water crisis: How Michigan Engineering and U-M are responding
Water quality researchers at Michigan Engineering and the university are concerned about several long-term aspects of the Flint drinking water crisis and are ...
News Story SIS package Flint water crisis: Michigan Engineers offer insights
Water quality researchers at Michigan Engineering are concerned about several long-term aspects of the Flint drinking water crisis and they're keeping close ...
News Story Disaster aid using balloon WiFi
High-altitude balloons could provide internet for disaster areas.