Recently, I was asked, “What’s new in project management?” While that’s a fairly vague question, project management in engineering, architectural, and facilities management organizations is evolving slowly.
In this commentary, Aurecon Tunneling Expert Tom Ireland weighs in on whether Elon Musk’s vision of transportation involving underground roadway systems really is as impossible as it sounds.
New products that civil and structural engineers can specify or incorporate into projects.
Software programs, hardware, scanners, drones, and other products and technologies that civil and structural engineers use for data collection, design, and analysis — in the office and in the field.
Donald Trump has singlehandedly breathed life back into the “other social media app” — Twitter. The platform had gone stale. It loses money every year and had a declining user base. Cue the late-night tweets about Hillary Clinton, illegal wiretapping, and voter fraud, and voila, Twitter is again alive and kicking. The tweet storms turned […]
Using a newly developed computer model called CoSMoS-COAST (Coastal Storm Modeling System – Coastal One-line Assimilated Simulation Tool), scientists predict that with limited human intervention, 31 percent to 67 percent of Southern California beaches may become completely eroded (up to existing coastal infrastructure or sea-cliffs) by the year 2100 under scenarios of sea level rise […]
Northeast Transmission Water Line, one of the largest to be built by the city, will serve more than 900,000 homes in Harris County, Texas.
In 2016, five states accounted for about one third of the total mineral production value for the entire country.
Most people wait, providing great opportunities for those who have dreams and aspirations and don’t want to wait.
Employee-owned firm endeavors to ‘bring its best’ to every project — small or massive.