Technically challenging and forever fascinating, NMSU’s Structural Engineering groups perform analysis, design, construction, and evaluation of buildings, bridges, and other structures to ensure public safety. These groups continue to push the boundaries of next generation materials, systems, and design.
Materials Lab – EC2 138, 139
Bridge Evaluation Lab – EC2 115
Bridge Inspection Program Office – EC2 217
Concrete Canoe ASCE Lab – EC2 129
Dealing with the design, analysis, and construction of foundations, slopes, retaining structures, pavements, excavations, tunneling, earth dams, earthworks, and other systems made of or supported by soil or rock, NMSU’s Geotechnical Engineering Research groups have been engaged in federally funded research studies and have received numerous awards and recognition.
Geotechnical and Graduate Soil Mechanics Lab – EC2 130
For over 30 years, the Civil Engineering Department has actively developed educational and research programs in various aspects of environmental engineering, to include sustainable engineering solutions for environmental problems to protect humans and our environment. Our groups focus on surface, groundwater, and wastewater treatment, quality analysis, and pollution control; solid and hazardous waste systems design; aquatic chemistry; environmental microbiology; and mass transfer of pollutants in engineered and natural systems.
Freeport McMoran Copper and Gold Water Qualtiy Lab – EC3 106, 110
Jesse V. Lunsford Environmental Engineering and Science Teaching Lab – EC2 228
John W. Clark Environmental Engineering Research Lab – EC2 226
NMSU’s Water Resources Groups have engaged with the design and management of hydraulic structures and water resource development both domestically and internationally.
Hydraulics and Fluids Lab – EC1 136
Water Resources Lab – EC2 124
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New Mexico Graduate Student Traffic Lab – EC2 215