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Perhaps the best site for engineering is:  icivilengineer.com

That site has links to other sites.  In addition, a lot of the trade associations have good information available on their web sites.  For example:

www.pci.org (precast concrete)
www.pti.org (post-tensioned concrete)
www.cement.org  (Portland Cement Association)
www.aisc.org  (structural steel)
www.crsi.org  (reinforcing steel)

Then there are associations like:
www.concrete.org  (American Concrete Institute)

Another good source of information is on-line courses from universities.  These vary a lot in quality, and it helps to have a high speed connection,  but some are very interesting.

To see the MIT courses on line, for example, go to www.mit.edu  and then look for the option that says OpenCourseWare.

Gail Kelley