It has been said that engineers solve problems you didn’t know you had in ways you don’t understand. At the Arizona Department of Transportation, our engineers do work that is technical and often complicated, and we depend on them to solve...
More than 60 years ago, Frances Walker became the first female engineer with the Arizona Highway Department. Here is what highway engineering looked like back then.
Beyond his work as a civil engineer with ADOT's operation serving northeastern Arizona, Kee Yazzie was a key contact with Native American communities.
A visit to the ADOT Materials Lab in Phoenix demonstrated how what taught in science, technology, engineering and mathematics helps those who build and maintain state highways.
Those selected for the program delve into a variety of disciplines, helping each find the niche reflecting their passions and skills.
Value engineering used by ADOT and its contractors is designed to deliver superior final products in less time without additional cost.
We're taking you back to the beginnings of the Engineer-in-Training program.
We're looking back at the blogs that showcase engineering for National Engineers Week.
Materials engineers evaluate everything from the rocks that go into cement to the reflective beads used in paints that stripe roadways to the bolts that help hold bridges together.
Traffic engineers explain how they keep vehicles moving and the new technology that is ahead.