Category Archives: Public Infrastructure

CV8107 Infrastructure Asset Management

Dr. Arnold Yuan is going to offer a new graduate course titled ‘Infrastructure Asset Management’ in Fall 2015.  The course materials will be delivered on the new learning and teaching system D2L, instead of Blackboard, which is being phased out … Continue reading

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Group Update as of October 1, 2014

Well, it has been quite a while since last blogging. After a cool summer and a hectic September, it is the right time to briefly summarize what the RILCIE research group was doing. First thing first, Dr. Arnold Yuan was … Continue reading

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Why should you choose Civil Engineering?

The following graph will speak more than one thousand words when somebody wants to coax young fellows to study civil engineering. Source: Canadian Construction Overview (PDF), by Mark Casaletto, Reed Construction Data (2012)

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Public Infrastructure Investment in Canada

From the water we drink to the roads we drive on, public infrastructure forms the fabric of a nation.  Year after year, the government of all orders, from federal and provincial governments to municipalities, invests heavily on public infrastructure.  Listed … Continue reading

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