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Montréal, Québec – 5, 6 décembre 2017 Ce cours couvre les mécanismes de détérioration des matériaux structuraux marins, l’évaluation de la durée de vie utile et l’évaluation des structures existantes ainsi...


Why have infrastructure, and why we engineers need to raise our game. Civil infrastructure exists to deliver services for our communities. Infrastructure management is the field of science that helps create the communities that we all want to live in. Come hear about this...

source: CSCE

Montreal, Quebec – December 5, 6, 2017The course covers deterioration mechanisms for marine structural materials, service life evaluation, structural assessment of existing structures and protection and structural repairs.


The pagoda at the Horyu-ji temple in Japan is a testament to architectural design that was ahead of its time. Built in 607 AD, the 122-foot-tall structure is still standing, now one of the world’s oldest wooden buildings at 1,410 years old.

source: Miguel Casellas-Gil

The "Building Canada" poster display created by the CSCE History Committee and the Ottawa Section has completed its viewing during the Canada150 celebrations at Ottawa City Hall. Its next stop will be in Halifax under the sponsorship of Halifax Water for a number of ...

source: CSCE

The International Affairs Committee (IAC) is seeking case studies and short articles on European civil engineering projects and research, especially articles pertaining to projects in the United Kingdom (UK). Persons who can contribute case studies and short articles are...

source: CSCE


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