In 1979 the renowned Grouting Fundamentals & Current Practice short course was founded in the USA, and since then has provided unique professional training and education to thousands of grouting professionals worldwide. In response to industry interest, the course organizers are pleased to now offer this exceptional training opportunity in Munich, Germany. The 1st European course edition includes a faculty of 15 experts from 10 countries, providing exceptional breadth and expertise concerning grouting fundamentals and international best practices. Register now with early bird discount!
Even tried and tested offerings have to be renovated from time to time: the new Ernst & Sohn Publishing Index 2019 offers an overview of our products, areas of expertise and services with an attractive layout. On 96 pages, you can find all available titles and new publications.
Take a look at the bilingual PDF of the Publishing Index, or a selection of pages with English texts and titles.
For the extension of the Metro T Third Line in San Francisco, 2.7 km of tunnels and four new stations will be built. At the Chinatown Station, a cross-cut cavern was excavated by the side drift method. A 27 m long AT–139 pipe umbrella was used to secure the crosscut and the two side drifts. (Photo: DSI Underground)
We are very pleased to announce that our journal “Steel Construction” has been evaluated and accepted for inclusion in Scopus. Being indexed in the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed is a great achievement for us as well as an assurance of the quality of the journal for the scientific community.
We are offering the following subscriptions at a reduced rate. The offer is valid until December 31st, 2018. For more details please continue reading and see the detailed flyers.
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Steel Constuction (4 issues / year)
While architects often dominate the headlines, civil engineers are responsible for bringing to life their ideas, ensuring that they are practical, safe and can withstand the forces of nature. Civil engineers have given the world bridges of more than 100 miles long, buildings that reach the clouds, and railway tunnels deep underground. They have created infrastructures that help to connect people, which have been vital to economic development and social mobility, improving the quality of people’s lives.