Clyde E. Williams

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Three years ago Mayor Jesse I. Pavey and the Board of Public Works and Safety undertook, with the assistance of the City Engineering Department, a detailed study of the South Bend street system. The principal objectives were to determine the extent to which the city’s streets needed re­ building or repairing and the feasibility of street work as a public(More)
The study that was conducted indicated that Indiana’s highway system, which has provided Hoosiers a large degree of mobility and has supported the movement of goods and services in and through Indiana, is in trouble. Rapidly rising traffic and heavier trucks have taken their toll on the system. Decreasing revenues and increases in the cost of construction(More)
Comprehensive master drainage plans are not a new concept in engineering. Engineers for decades have been planning drainage projects encompassing many of the facts of what is called comprehensive plan­ ning. The difference between the past and the present is the availability of high speed computers and that now these facets have to be included and(More)
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