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05 Aug, 2008

Civil Engineering Blog List

Posted by: Skylar In: internet coverage

So, I was browsing technorati today, and I came across the a post listing blogs for architecture.

I really wish I could find something similar for civil engineers. I’ve been looking around for some daily RSS feeds to read on civil engineering and it’s just not a very popular subject in the blogosphere. Nonetheless, here are a few blogs that I have recently subscribed to:

The Urban Workbench
A well-laid-out blog written by someone from B.C. Canada (if I’m not mistaken) which is great for me, being a fellow Canadian.

Greenversations
A blog by the US EPA. It’s one of the more frequent blogs in the areas of environmental and civil engineering. Not always very technical, but interesting and popular nonetheless.

Aquanomics
A blog about the economy and water as a resource. Interesting to see an economic look at water in North America. Found via the urban workbench.

Stormwater blog RSS Feed
This is an rss feed from stormh2o.com that has some interesting articles from time to time. I like to keep it in my rss reader just to see if anything interesting comes up.

So, for anyone who stumbles across this blog, where do you go for your fix of civil engineering on the web?

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9 Responses to "Civil Engineering Blog List"

1 | Matt Barcus

December 23rd, 2008 at 8:55 pm

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You may want to try out blog – it consists of topical information as it relates to the civil engineering industry. Some blog entries are more technical then others, but they mainly discuss trends in the industry and civil engineering headlines. Also discusses workplace issues, economy, etc, all relating to civil engineering.

Thanks!

Matt Barcus
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2 | Pam Broviak

December 30th, 2008 at 4:40 pm

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I agree with you – have spent some time today trying to find the same type of list and decided to try a trick I used to find public works-related sites: Using google alerts you can set up an alert for specific terms like “civil engineering” then you can read the articles in your Google Reader.

I used mine to put a feed on my website so anyone visiting will get the most up-to-date stories on the Web about Public Works. If you visit the site, you will see the type of feed you get at the top (although you have to use an additional tool like Yahoo Pipes to get this). Eventually this service can help lead you to other blogs.

I am adding your site to my list too!

3 | Skylar

December 31st, 2008 at 10:02 am

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Pam, thanks for the comment.

I definitely agree that google alerts are a great way to receive the news you need in any given field – no matter how small the niche. I was pleasantly surprised when I found that they created rss feeds for the service (it was previously email only).

I have found a few other blogs in my discipline now, so it must be high time to update this list!

4 | Invent Civil » Developing a new blogroll

February 22nd, 2009 at 8:12 pm

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[...] since my post back at the very start of this blogging adventure, I’ve been expanding my list of civil [...]

5 | Bill Bartmann

September 3rd, 2009 at 10:21 am

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Excellent site, keep up the good work

6 | gopal

September 14th, 2009 at 4:44 pm

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http://www.theconstructor.org is my civil engineering blog… have a look..

7 | james

March 7th, 2011 at 7:26 am

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I’ve been looking for a list of relevant blogs too – so this is a great resource for me! any favourite UK civil engineering blogs I should check out?

8 | Yunz Contracting

June 15th, 2012 at 2:31 am

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Thanks a lot for sharing this. I am interested about civil engineering because i am one. I believe that I can get more information about civil engineering by reading some articles and blogs.

9 | Elevator Escalator India

February 15th, 2013 at 6:06 am

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I was looking for civil engineering blogs website I found it helpful so much

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