Practice Periodical on Structural Design and Construction
Period: 1 Year
Editor: Soliman Khudeira
The Practice Periodical on Structural Design and Construction publishes articles about practical solutions to structural design problems and construction challenges of interest to practitioners.
Practice Periodical on Structural
Design and Construction
Published ( 4 issues per year )
ASCE's Practice Periodical on Structural Design and Construction serves as a technical forum for the dissemination of practical information and real-world experiences associated with how design and construction engineers, consultants, and managers have solved unique problems, faced difficult challenges, and survived failures encountered in the planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of civil engineering projects. A joint effort of the Construction and Structural Divisions of the Society, the practice periodical also features innovative small and medium-sized projects. Articles of any length, written by and for practitioners, relate how their contemporaries approach challenges that they must face on a daily basis to get a job done. The practice periodical uses a peer-review system different from that of the ASCE journals. Only one positive review is required by a practitioner. While articles must be technically sound, the primary criteria for acceptance or rejection of articles will be their practical or reader interest level. Launched in 1996. For pricing see member and nonmember journal price lists.
About the Editor
Soliman Khudeira,Ph.D., P.E., S.E., Illinois Institute of Technology and CDOT-Division of Engineering