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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Software Extension Programs Alumni Friends Meet our Alumni World Map USA Map 1930 s 1940 s 1950 s 1960 s 1970 s 1980 s 1990 s 2000 s 2001 PRESENT Stay Connected Attend Engineering Events Nominate an Alum Join the Alumni Association Support Engineering Support CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories Tim Medearis Internship Experience This summer I worked as an intern for Drexel Barrell Co as a civil engineering intern Drexel Barrell Co has offices across Colorado and I ve been working at their headquarters in Boulder Drexel Barrell Co prides themselves on being an A Z civil engineering and surveying company so I truly have gotten a wide range of experiences I did da lot of work in AutoCAD or the language of civil engineering as it s known around Drexel I was able to work and create everything from details of manholes and inlets to neighborhood planning documents It was also neat to see how the company is working on different infrastructure projects right around my neighborhood Site visits to different projects such as bike trail tunnels spillway reconstruction sites and others were very enlightening hands on experiences I even got to brush up on my surveying skills which I luckily still recalled from my first semester freshman year Being an environmental engineering major I also got to work with the water resources area of the company Seeing how the rational formula and other environmental engineering concepts were used in the real world just like in the classroom was very rewarding and made me very grateful for my professors Everyone I worked with was very friendly and willing to answer any of my questions as well as explain all the minute details and processes that go into large civil engineering projects The importance of communicating

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Map 1930 s 1940 s 1950 s 1960 s 1970 s 1980 s 1990 s 2000 s 2001 PRESENT Stay Connected Attend Engineering Events Nominate an Alum Join the Alumni Association Support Engineering Support CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories Travis Bell Internship Experience My name is Travis Bell and I spent the summer of 2013 working as an engineering intern for Kiewit Constructors Kiewit is the 3rd largest contractor in America and had total revenue of around 11 billion in 2013 They build projects in almost every infrastructure sector all over the country I was assigned to a pump station project in New Orleans Louisiana The job was a 360 million dollar project creating three pump stations along the lake front to help protect against hurricanes I spent time working both in the field and the office In the field I assisted with project oversight surveying determining material quantities quality control and site setup While in the office I focused on preparing cost estimates client relations and helping design the projects cofferdams This experience was incredibly beneficial and I learned a ton about the real workings of industry Being in the field and office showed me a

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Support Engineering Support CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories Natalie Thompson Internship Experience My name is Natalie Thompson and I just completed my junior year of Environmental Engineering with a minor in Global Environmental Sustainability at CSU In the summer of 2015 I was fortunate to have an internship with Antea Group an Environmental Consulting Firm I was first introduced to Antea Group at the engineering career fair in the fall where they were recruiting for the summer internship Antea Group is a global company whose US headquarters is in Minneapolis MN and they have over 25 offices around the country I worked in the Loveland CO office with two other interns from CSU This internship was geared towards introducing the interns to the different practices and clients at Antea Group The first three weeks of my summer were spent training two of those weeks were in Minneapolis We got to meet the CEO and vice presidents of the company and learn more about the company s values Antea Group also had us go through the 40 Hour OSHA HAZWOPER training which is a great class to take and put on your resume Once all the training was completed I got to work in the Loveland office and in the field I spent a couple weeks in Wyoming collecting ground water sampling at remediation sites and several days in Weld County performing air emissions test for oil and gas companies In my picture I am holding a camera that detects hydrocarbon gas leaks on oil and gas sites in Weld County I also got to see a mobile sparge for a remediation project and drilling of new ground monitoring wells While I was in the office I wrote a storm water plan for the oil and gas industry

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Civil Engr BS Applicants Degree Information Grad Assistant Opportunities Graduate Distance Learning Graduation Student Visit Day Request Information Resources Class Pages Scholarships Funding Department Laboratories Centers Institutes Student Associations Clubs Available Student Jobs People Directory Active Faculty Research Scientists Instructors Emeritus Faculty Administrative Staff COE Resources Department Resources Conferences Short Courses Resources for New Faculty Engineering Software Extension Programs Alumni Friends Meet our Alumni World Map USA Map 1930 s 1940 s 1950 s 1960 s 1970 s 1980 s 1990 s 2000 s 2001 PRESENT Stay Connected Attend Engineering Events Nominate an Alum Join the Alumni Association Support Engineering Support CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories Contact Us The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering s administrative office is located on the second floor of the A wing of the Engineering Building Room A203 The office is open from 8 00 a m to 12 noon and from 1 00 p m to 5 00 p m Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Colorado State University Campus Delivery 1372 Fort Collins CO 80523 1372 Ph 970 491 5048 Fax 970 491 7727 Maps and Directions CSU Maps Online you can use the Building Locator option to find

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Staff COE Resources Department Resources Conferences Short Courses Resources for New Faculty Engineering Software Extension Programs Alumni Friends Meet our Alumni World Map USA Map 1930 s 1940 s 1950 s 1960 s 1970 s 1980 s 1990 s 2000 s 2001 PRESENT Stay Connected Attend Engineering Events Nominate an Alum Join the Alumni Association Support Engineering Support CSU Research International Programs Research Centers Research Laboratories Civil Engineering CIVE Courses CIVE 260 Engineering Mechanics Statics Units 3 credits CIVE 261 Engineering Mechanics Dynamics Units 3 credits CIVE 440 Nonpoint Source Pollution Units 3 credits CIVE 512 Irrigation Systems Design Units 3 credits CIVE 516 Water Control and Measurement Units 3 credits CIVE 519 Irrigation Water Management Units 3 credits CIVE 520 Physical Hydrology Units 3 credits CIVE 522 Engineering Hydrology Units 3 credits CIVE 537 Residuals Management Units 3 credits CIVE 544 Water Resources Planning and Management Units 3 credits CIVE 546 Water Resource Systems Analysis Units 3 credits CIVE 549 Drainage and Wetland Engineering Units 3 credits CIVE 550 Foundation Engineering Units 3 credits CIVE 571 Pipe System Engineering and Hydraulics Units 3 credits CIVE 573 Urban Stormwater Management Units 3 credits CIVE 575 Sustainable Water and Waste Management

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  • Civil & Environmental Engineering - Colorado State University
    Distance Learning Graduation Student Visit Day Request Information Resources Class Pages Scholarships Funding Department Laboratories Centers Institutes Student Associations Clubs Available Student Jobs People Directory Active Faculty Research Scientists Instructors Emeritus Faculty Administrative Staff COE Resources Department Resources Conferences Short Courses Resources for New Faculty Engineering Software Extension Programs Alumni Friends Meet our Alumni World Map USA Map 1930 s 1940 s 1950 s 1960 s 1970 s 1980 s

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  • Future Students - Department of Mechanical Engineering - Colorado State University
    campus in an urban setting schools with the most beautiful campus in a suburban or rural setting and schools where the students enjoy themselves so much they never want to leave The Templeton Foundation named Colorado State University among the nation s leading higher education institutions that encourage student character development Nearly one third of all Colorado students studying science math or engineering are at Colorado State University far outpacing any other single campus in Colorado CSU received a record 200 million in sponsored research awards for fiscal year 2002 2003 over 16 million more than the previous year and a 42 percent 59 million increase in externally funded research support over the past five years Explore and Learn More Take a Virtual Campus Tour to learn more about our campus programs and student life See for yourself why Colorado State is your best choice for your ME education Fort Collins Colorado 1 Best Place to Live The snow capped Rockies visible from campus provide inspiration and the best possible location for a university Our campus is in the center of Fort Collins Colorado just at the base of the Rocky Mountain foothills The wide open spaces and majestic Rockies make Fort Collins an attractive place to live and learn This ideal location provides easy access to the mountains and all they have to offer From camping hiking snowboarding downhill and cross country skiing to rafting fishing or water skiing you ll find it all within a short drive from town And with the city s agreeable climate of 300 days of sunshine a year you re able to take year round advantage of the spectacular surroundings Fort Collins a city of about 120 000 provides a unique blend of big city advantages and small town friendliness You ll find everything you d want several shopping malls hundreds of restaurants six movie complexes a regional cultural center natural areas and miles of bike trails right here in town Did you know Fort Collins was named Money Magazine s 1 Best Place to Live in 2006 Great schools low crime good jobs in a high tech economy and a fantastic outdoor life make Fort Collins No 1 Criteria for making the Top 10 list included indicators of standard of living safety and healthcare educational standards and general lifestyle Items assessed included incomes house prices taxes and commute distances Fort Collins was rated as one of the top 10 Best Places to Raise Your Family Frommer s 2006 Travel Guides The June 2006 issue of Kiplinger s Personal Finance magazine lists the results of a study aimed at determining America s 50 most fiscally sensible cities in which to live Fort Collins is the only Colorado city to appear on the list of 50 smart cities In August 2005 Outside Magazine ranked Fort Collins as one of The New American Dream Towns A E Television featured Fort Collins as one of America s ten most livable cities The Arts Entertainment Television Network

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  • Current Students - Department of Mechanical Engineering - Colorado State University
    Advanced Materials Aerospace Energy Environment Health Systems Research Labs Publications Faculty Staff Faculty Directory Staff Directory Open Positions Resources Locations Maps Overview Main Campus ERC EECL MERC Alumni Friends Overview Tell Us Your Story Industry Overview Current Students Quick Links for Undergrads Important Dates Resources Courses Our Faculty Contact Us Quick Links for Grad Students Graduate Program Important Dates Our Research Courses Faculty Contact Us Registration Deadlines Academic Calendar The

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