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Civil Engineering: Home

Civil engineering is involved with infrastructure and environmental projects such as bridges, dams, highways, water and wastewater treatment plants, airports, and flood control systems.

Civil Engineering - Home

In this guide, you will find access to a variety of resources that will be useful to you as you study and research the many facets of Civil Engineering.

The tabs at the top provide access to article databases, journal collections, books and ebooks, and useful online resources. Please let us know if you would like to see any sources added.
 
While every attempt is made to help you become a self-sufficient researcher, be sure to contact Marie Speare if you need any assistance.

IEEE English for Engineering

The IEEE English for Engineering course has been discontinued. The University of Manitoba Libraries subscription has been upgraded to the IEEE English for Technical Professionals program.

IEEE English for Technical Professionals

Click on the image below to access the IEEE for Technical Professionals course. 

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