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Civil/Construction Engineering, Engineering Information

Search the ICE Virtual Library

The Institution of Civil Engineers (UK) have, via JISC Collections and Thomas Telford Publishing, created a virtual library to all ICE publications (journals, proceedings, minutes, transactions, and division papers) from 1836 to 2001.  You can search the ICE Virtual Library for free; however, all full text content is only available to subscribers.  However, Waldo Library will order any of these articles for you for free via Interlibrary Loan.

This is a rich source of civil engineering history in Great Britain for a hundred and fifty years.

I’ve placed a link to this resource in our Civil Engineering Databases page.

Posting from: STLQ Blog Posting, 3/17/07

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About Ed Eckel

I am a engineering and applied sciences librarian at Western Michigan University.

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