Research

Significant impact on the built environment

The School of Civil and Construction Engineering is a leader in infrastructure safety, resilience, and renewal. Our faculty make significant impacts on the built environment through their research—whether it’s improving systems to deliver clean drinking water, designing safer bridges and construction areas, developing new sustainable materials, or making buildings and other critical structures more resilient to natural hazards.

Our Facilities

Signature Research Areas

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Kiewit Center

The Kiewit Center for Infrastructure and Transportation was established in 1962 as the Transportation Research Institute. The Kiewit Center serves as the umbrella organization for nearly all research within the School of Civil and Construction Engineering, coordinating multi- and inter-disciplinary research projects.

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Research Capabilities

   

$12.8M

Research Funding

   

62

Masters Students

   

9

Professional Society Fellows

   

82

Doctoral Students