In previous chapters we have seen how the wavelet-based analytical technique can be used to formulate equations of motion in the wavelet domain in steps, and subsequently how the system equations (for both linear and nonlinear systems) can be solved to obtain the expected largest peak responses of the system. In all cases, we have seen that some common objectives have been met in order to solve the dynamic equilibrium in the wavelet domain. In this chapter, we will discuss some interesting applications of wavelets in different fields of civil engineering. However, before starting the details of these applications, it would be wise to briefly discuss once more the general properties, strengths as well as shortcomings, of wavelets that the users must be aware of before indulging in wavelet-based analysis.