About Us

ISSN 1230-2945 – no 757 in the Register of  Dailies and Periodicals.


”Archives of Civil Engineering”, a quarterly journal of the Polish Academy of Sciences (“Committee for Civil and Water Engineering”) and Warsaw University of Technology (“Faculty of Civil Engineering) publish, exclusively in English, original scientific articles of the theoretical, experimental, numerical and practical nature. These can be research and review papers as well as case studies from all branches of Civil Engineering.

The main fields of our interest are related to:

structural mechanics, soil mechanics, foundations, brick, concrete, timber, steel, glass and composites polymer structures, hydroengineering, bridges, tunnels, and underground infrastructure, rail and road structures, building physics, construction management, building materials, transportation, land surveying, building services, environmental engineering, and education of civil engineers.

With a long history, dating to 1954, the periodical is available both in electronic and traditional versions. The maximum number of papers per volume is 40. We proudly obtained a score of 140 points from the Ministry of Science and Academic Education.



CiteScore metrics from Scopus, CiteScore 2022: 1.2
SCImago Journal Rank ( SJR) 2022: 0.215
Source Normalized Impact per Paper ( SNIP) 2022: 0.462



  1. Steel Structures
  2. Concrete Structures
  3. Timber Structures
  4. Construction Management
  5. Building Physics
  6. Transportation Engineering
  7. Railway and Tramway Engineering
  8. Road Engineering
  9. Bridge Engineering
  10. Tunnels and Underground Infrastructure
  11. Materials Engineering
  12. Geotechnics
  13. Hydrolic Structures
  14. Hydroengineering
  15. Building Services
  16. Structural and Material Mechanics
  17. Road Pavements
  18. Land Surveying
  19. Masonery Structures
  20. Actions on Structures
  21. Glass Structures
  22. Waste Materials
  23. Composite Polymers
  24. Environmental Engineering
  25. Architecture
  26. Bamboo Structures
  27. Reliability of Structures
  28. BIM (Building Information Modelling)
  29. Blasts
  30. Education