Sons of Martha: Civil Engineering Readings in Modern Literature
Augustine J. Fredrich
American Society of Civil Engineers, 1989 - 596 páginas
"Explores the history and heritage, the people, the projects and the ethics involved in the development of the civil engineering profession. The first part of this anthology discusses such topics as the art of engineering, the role of the engineer in society, and the development of engineering education. The second and third sections bring to life some of the important people and projects in the civil engineering field. Finally, the fourth part examines the civil engineering profession and its relationship with the rest of society. In all, this collection of writings present an intriguing look at the history and development of the civil engineering field"--Title page verso.
Introduction HISTORY AND HERITAGE
Michelangelo and the Dome of St Peters in Rome an excerpt from
The First School of Engineering Sidney Forman
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