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Journal of Bridge Engineering

Volume 28, Issue 4 / April 2023
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The Journal of Bridge Engineering publishes papers about all aspects of the art and science of bridge engineering. The journal publishes research that advances the practice and profession of bridge engineering and papers about issues, projects, materials, design, fabrication, construction, inspection, evaluation, safety, performance, management, retrofitting, rehabilitation, repair, and demolition.

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Journal of Cold Regions Engineering

Volume 37, Issue 2 / June 2023
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The Journal of Cold Regions Engineering publishes practice- and research-oriented articles from any area of civil engineering that is substantially related to cold regions. Topics include ice engineering, ice force, construction on permafrost and seasonal frost, cold weather construction, environmental quality and engineering in cold regions, snow and ice control, cold regions materials, and surveying and planning in cold regions.

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Journal of Composites for Construction

Volume 27, Issue 2 / April 2023
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The Journal of Composites for Construction publishes original research papers, review papers, and case studies on the use of fiber-reinforced composite materials in construction. Of special interest to the Journal are papers that bridge the gap between research in the mechanics and manufacturing science of composite materials and the analysis and design of large civil engineering structural systems and their construction processes. The Journal publishes papers about composite materials consisting of continuous synthetic or natural fibers and matrices for use in civil engineering structures and subjected to the loadings and environments of the infrastructure. The Journal publishes papers about composite materials in stand-alone forms (e.g., structural shapes) or used in conjunction with traditional construction materials such as concrete, masonry, metals and timber, either as reinforcing elements or in hybrid systems, for new construction and for strengthening, repair and retrofit of existing structures. The Journal also publishes papers about codes and standards related to fiber-reinforced composites for construction.

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Journal of Construction Engineering and Management

Volume 149, Issue 4 / April 2023
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The Journal of Construction Engineering and Management publishes quality papers that aim to advance the science of construction engineering, harmonize construction practices with design theories, and further education and research in construction engineering and management. Topics include, but are not limited to, the following: construction material handling, equipment, production planning, specifications, scheduling, estimating, cost control, quality control, labor productivity, inspection, contract administration, construction management, computer applications, and environmental concerns.

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Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction

Volume 15, Issue 2 / May 2023
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The Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction adheres to the same submission guidelines used by other ASCE journals, with some content and style policies tailored to accommodate the specific subject matter. Click here for details.

The Journal’s mission is to serve as the technical reference and resource for those involved in the engineering and construction industry who can benefit from a strong understanding of legal and contractual issues. This not only includes design and construction engineers and executives responsible for successful project administration, but also includes construction lawyers and forensic consultants involved in construction disputes.

The Journal provides thought-provoking discussions and insight into the legal relationships arising out of the changing nature of project delivery systems, dispute avoidance and resolution, sustainability concerns, and effective project execution. The Journal strives to increase the awareness of legal issues that affect engineering and construction, and seeks excellence in the application of legal resources for the success of engineering and construction projects.

The Journal accepts papers and articles spanning legal issues and litigation pertaining to all areas of engineering and construction around the world, including contract law and interpretation; impact of contract conditions on project conflicts; professional liability and negligence; public bidding law and regulation; negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and alternative dispute-resolution systems; tort and insurance law; workers' compensation; human rights of workers; environmental law and compliance; regulatory compliance; contractual and legal issues related to sustainable construction, climate change, and new technologies; acts and statutes governing design and construction of public or private projects; state and federal hazardous waste law; law pertaining to wetlands, greenfields, and brownfields; maritime, coastal, and ocean law; river rights and sharing waters; real estate development and construction law; product liability; labor and employment law; administrative law; government contracts; administrative and management practices affecting the implementation of contract conditions and specifications; models for handling dispute resolution; effect of project delivery systems on disputes and claims; conflicts and legal issues of procurement systems; change orders, claims analysis, defense, and litigation; schedule delay analysis; disruption and lost productivity calculations; land-use law; ADA and OSHA compliance law and regulations; ethical violations giving rise to liability; and the teaching of law to engineers and construction managers.

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Practice Periodical on Structural Design and Construction

Volume 28, Issue 2 / May 2023
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The Practice Periodical on Structural Design and Construction publishes articles about practical solutions to structural design problems and construction challenges of interest to practitioners. Articles may be of any length. Those reporting on small and medium-sized projects will be welcomed. Photographs are desirable; graphs, tables, and lengthy formulas are discouraged. The editors are not interested in what researchers have to say to one another; although articles must be technically sound, the overriding question in the editors' minds when considering a submission is whether the article will be of interest to a significant number of practicing engineers and contractors.

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