Research from Ahmed Al-Bayati, assistant professor of civil and architectural engineering, was cited in the 2019 Damage Information Reporting Tool (DIRT) report, issued in October by the Common Ground Alliance, a nonprofit founded in 2000 to prevent damage to underground infrastructure.
Lawrence Technological University is offering free COVID-19 safety training to construction firms with fewer than 100 employees under a grant from the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
A decades-long effort by Lawrence Technological University and the Michigan Department of Transportation to double the lifespan of highway bridges has been recognized as one of the 16 highest-value transportation research projects in the nation.
Students can register now for summer semester classes that begin Tuesday, May 26, at Lawrence Technological University, including fast-track certificate programs in rapidly growing career fields. In keeping with social distancing guidelines imposed due to the coronavirus pandemic, all classes will be offered online in the 2020 summer semester, which ends Friday, July 31.