Earth and Environmental Sciences: Sustainable Buildings and Infrastructure

Toward building sustainable and longer buldings and infrastructures, the engineering community around the globe continues undertaking research and development to improve existing design, modelling, and analytical capability. Ancient peoples built their structures to withstand the test of time. If we think in the same way, our current projects will be a heritage for future generations. Such initiatives are also enhanced by the on-going research towards “Sustainable Civil Infrastructures”, which GeoMEast series of conferences is a part of. This topical collection issue includes best articles of selected full-length, peer-reviewed papers accepted for presentation at the GeoMEast 2018 international conference. The articles present the latest research findings for different structure disciplines; such as: buildings and bridge construction, innovative materials, sustainable roads and railways, transportation, pavement, numerical analysis, and geotechnical engineering. Hopefully, this topical collection can be used as good information package for researchers who are actively working in the area of sustainable civil infrastructures.


Articles (8 in this collection)