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Specializing in areas of study such as advanced infrastructure systems and materials, construction management, geotechnical and water resources engineering and environmental engineering, our students are changing the world — from providing clean drinking water to building tomorrow’s advanced infrastructure.
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Civil engineers plan, design, construct and maintain buildings, roads, bridges, railways, dams, water supplies and wastewater treatment systems.
Architectural engineers construct, design, plan and operate all facets of a building. The focus mainly involves structure, stability and sustainability.
Environmental engineers detect and solve problems that can affect the safety and natural integrity of air, water and land.
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Undergraduate Student Spotlight
Katherine Bartels travels west on ‘Grand Challenge’ topic with EPA.
Graduate Student Spotlight
Mariam Al-Lami earns national recognition for research to restore soil at historic mines.
Dr. John Myers works on the design and construction of a new highway bridge.
Design Team Spotlight
Steel Bridge Design Team: Spring Break means little to the women of S&T’s Steel Bridge Design Team. They’d sooner be cutting and forming I-beams.
Researchers create innovative ways to improve infrastructure using environmentally sustainable approaches.
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Missouri Concrete Conference (may 1-2, 2018)
This conference will be of interest to: contractors, public agencies, consulting engineers, testing labs, aggregate producers, ready mix, cement and admixture suppliers, and equipment technical reps. Approximately 10 Personal Development Hours (PDH) will be awarded.
Presentations include: sawed joint failure case histories, pumping update, quality placement from a QC point of view, Poplar Street Bridge reconstruction, aggregate proportioning techniques, evaporation retarders, mixture incompatibilities, hydrodemolition and bridge deck rehabilitation, deicers and concrete protection, new concrete distress manual, troubleshooting case histories, mix monitoring during delivery using “Verifi”, Eastern Missouri Pavement Consortium requirements, evolution of bridge deck design, new FAA paving specifications, correlation of compressive and flexural strength, and MoDOT’s current research.