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An illustration of the adjustable multidimensional (AMD) testing device to be installed in CivMin's Galbraith side of the Structural Testing Facilities (STF).

World’s first adjustable multidimensional structural testing system coming to CivMin’s Structural Testing Facilities


A decade of leadership: Prof. Brent Sleeps completes his role as two-term CivMin Chair


New research collaboration between Seoul National University (SNU) and U of T

A group photo from a tour of Agnico Eagle’s Macassa Mine at Kirkland Lake, Ontario on Friday, March 24, 2023. The tour of Lassonde Mineral Engineering Students from the Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering at the University of Toronto saw visits to three sites - mine shaft, portal and mill. 
(Photo by Phill Snel / Department of Civil & Mineral Engineering, University of Toronto)

LME students trek to Kirkland Lake for gold mine tour

New CivMin faculty - Aryan REZAEI RAD -CROP

Meet Aryan Rezaei Rad: CivMin’s newest professor

Photo composite of ECG readout over image from pediatric ICU at SickKids. (Courtesy Laussen Labs)

CivMin’s Prof. Goodfellow on team awarded massive CIHR grant

The top of the MSG Sphere is lifted into place in Las Vegas. The Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. project, including collaboration with Cast Connex, is the world's largest sphere. (Courtesy Cast Connex)

Alumni-founded Cast Connex collaborates to build world’s largest sphere

Picture of John Kabanda.

Can hemp and mushrooms make the construction industry greener? 

Professor Amer Shalaby accepts award from Dr. Brenda McCabe, President, CSCE, at the CSCE 2022 Annual Conference, Whistler, B.C., May 27, 2022.

Shalaby elected Fellow of Canadian Society for Civil Engineering

Special in-person reunion for Class of 5T8

A city bus is pictured stuck since the morning hours in downtown Toronto after a major blizzard dumped as much as 60cm of snow on parts of Southern Ontario, closing major highways and roadways, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on January 17, 2022. - Millions across America's east coast and Canada's southeastern provinces hunkered down as a major winter storm continued Monday morning, disrupting travel and cutting power to thousands of homes. (Photo by Cole Burston / AFP) (Photo by COLE BURSTON/AFP via Getty Images)

U of T Engineering students dig through snowplow data to measure Toronto’s response to winter storms 

Rescued goslings on the rooftop GRITLab on Friday, April 29. (Photo by Prof. Jennifer Drake)

Geese rescued from rooftop GRIT Lab at U of T