Features landmark projects, notable engineers, image library and resources guide. Provided by the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Features historic sites by structure type and engineers who made a significant impact on civil engineering in Canada.
This collection includes digitized images of measured drawings, black-and-white photographs, color transparencies, photo captions, data pages including written histories, and supplemental materials. From The Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) and the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER).
Searchable data on significant projects and engineers in the British Isles.
Covers a range of topics including roads and bridges, ports and harbours, and construction during the settlement period. From the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering.
Exists to focus the attention of the construction industry and associated professions on the importance of preserving the records of our built environment. Includes membership details, newsletter, journal and events.
Facsimile of this 1853 publication by Charles Francis McCay. Provides an interesting insight into early engineering education.
Facsimile of an early calculation assistant which contained methods for laying out railroad curves, switches, frog angles, and crossings, the staking out of work, levelling, and the calculation of cuttings and embankments. Produced by Oliver Byrne in 1864.
Record for preservation, significant works of earlier generations of civil engineers. Includes illustrated listings of historic sites.
Established to enable the Huntington Library to be a pivotal research center in the study of the history of civil engineering and its social and cultural impact.