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Sustainable and Resilient Civil Infrastructure
The Organized Research Center of Excellence on Sustainable and
Resilient Civil Infrastructure explores and develops
research solutions for better design and construction of sustainable
and resilient civil infrastructure in a complex, natural,
and man-made hazard environment.
Consideration of public policy, architecture, environmental science, and engineering issues require a multi-disciplinary
approach. Faculty from the
College of Engineering,
the College of Science, the School of Architecture, and the School
of Urban and Public Affairs combine their expertise to solve complex research problems involving civil infrastruce.
"Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the
present without compromising the ability of future generations
to meet their own needs." -
Resilient structures absorb disturbances (natural and man-made hazards) and still function as designed.
Civil infrastructure includes on pavement infrastructure, high speed and transit rail infrastructure, bridges, tunnels,
pipelines, dams, levees, and more.
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The Organized Research Center of Excelence on Sustainable and Resilient Civil Infrastructure (SARCI) Director: Anand Puppala, Ph.D. | firstname.lastname@example.org | 817-272-5821 416 Yates Street, Nedderman Hall, Arlington, TX 76019