Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering

The Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering's comprehensive programs are future-focused and founded on UA's long tradition of excellence. Civil engineering is one of UA's oldest programs, offering many specialties. Students work with the latest materials and technologies to design buildings, develop transportation networks, and enhance environmental systems for a sustainable world.

In The News: Annual summit talks future of Tuscaloosa transportation

Alex Hainen, an assistant professor in UA’s Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, also works in conjunction with ALDOT in the Traffic Management Center on the UA campus. He presented a series of studies that are ongoing to optimize traffic signal flow throughout the Tuscaloosa and Northport area using… Read more

Sources: Tuscaloosa News

In The News: Meet Your Neighbor: Perrine takes the STEM path to obtain an MBA

Name: Sierra Perrine; Where I live: Scottsdale, AZ; When & why I moved here: Born and raised in Arizona … What I do: I am currently a student at the University of Alabama majoring in civil engineering and minoring in art while on the STEM Path to an MBA. Read more

Sources: Scottsdale Independent

In The News: Doug Jones Thinks He’s Supposed To Be Here

“I literally had déjà vu the first time I stepped out of the van in one of these situations because it had the smell and the heat and the humidity — it was just like being in rural Vietnam or Cambodia or Haiti,” said Mark Elliot, who’s an engineering professor… Read more

Sources: Five Thirty Eight

In The News: Shelby County student earns $1,000 Alfa Foundation Scholarship

The tuition bill for a local college student will be a little lower in August thanks to a scholarship awarded through the Alfa Foundation … Scholarship recipient Jacob Odom of Birmingham is a Briarwood Christian High School graduate and a freshman at the University of Alabama studying civil engineering.  Read more

Sources: Shelby County Reporter, Tuscaloosa News

In The News: COLLEGE NEWS: May 20, 2018

‒ The University of Alabama College of Engineering recently recognized N. Hugh Mathews as its 2018 Outstanding Alumni Volunteer. Mathews, a Birmingham native, has demonstrated consistent loyalty to the College, according to the award presenters. He has served for two years as the chair of the College of Engineering Leadership… Read more

Sources: Tuscaloosa News

In The News: Twelfth China-US Engineering Technology Symposium Green City Group Symposium Successfully Held in Beijing

May 14, hosted by National Bureau of Foreign Experts, Beijing Municipal People’s Government, and China Institute of Engineers (CIE) … Prof. Dr. Robert Pitt, Professor Emeritus of the Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering at the Institute of Environment Studies, School of Engineering, University of Alabama, United States, presented… Read more

Sources: Sohu.com (China)

Engineering Recognizes Outstanding Alumni Volunteer for 2018

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The University of Alabama College of Engineering recently recognized N. Hugh Mathews as its 2018 Outstanding Alumni Volunteer. Mathews, a Birmingham native, has demonstrated consistent loyalty to the College. He has served for two years as the chair of the College of Engineering Leadership Board, and, as… Read more

In The News: Former Oconee resident works on septic system improvements in Alabama

Joe Booth, a former resident of Athens and Watkinsville, is participating in a project at the University of Alabama to develop new technology for septic systems to help homeowners in an area of Alabama known as the Black Belt. That area is notorious for septic problems due to the hard… Read more

Sources: Athens Banner-Herald