Book title: An Encyclopedia of The Great Engineering Projects in History: Building The World (2 Vols.) set
Author(s): Frank P. Davidson & Kathleen Lusk Brooke
ISBN: 0313333742
Publication Year: 2009
Binding: HB
Pages: -
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About the Book:

Humans are builders—we make structures to span rivers, to connect points of land, to offer shelter. Indeed, throughout history, civilizations have created structures of such immense scale, requiring such tremendous resources, that they might have been thought impossible. From the Taj Mahal to the Suez Canal, from Solomon’s Temple to the Trans-Alaksha Pipeline, these feats of macro-engineering are a testament to the creativity and foresight of engineers, architects, government officials, and diplomats. 



About the Author:

FRANK P. DAVIDSON was the American co-founder (1957) of The Channel Tunnel Study Group and the initiator of teaching and research in macro-engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Davidson has a J.D. from Harvard Law School and has been appointed Chevalier in the French Legion of Honor.

KATHLEEN LUSK BROOKE is the Founder and Managing Director of the Center for the Study of Success. She is the author of many works on policy and management, including the book Mobilizing the Organization : Bringing Strategy to Life.


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