The Korte Company Improves Distributed Workforce Efficiency with Ctera Platform

The Korte Company Improves Distributed Workforce Efficiency with Ctera Platform

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The Korte Company founded in 1958 and one of the seven founding members of the Design-Build Institute of America is

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2016 NASCC: The Steel Conference

2016 NASCC: The Steel Conference

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Annual conference offers structural engineers continuing education in design and construction of fabricated steel buildings and bridges.

A Global Focus on Sustainable Infrastructure

A Global Focus on Sustainable Infrastructure

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Figure 1: United Nations Sustainable Development Goals The United Nations adopted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs; un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustainable-development-goals) at the UN General

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Fitness Test for Old Pipes

Fitness Test for Old Pipes

January 28th, 2016 by

Thames Water uses handheld, 3D scanner to map corrosion and prioritize pipe replacement.

BMP/LID Optimization in San Antonio

BMP/LID Optimization in San Antonio

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Water quality modeling tools provide alternative approach to stormwater management.

Investigating Cumberland Gap Tunnel Deterioration

Investigating Cumberland Gap Tunnel Deterioration

January 28th, 2016 by

Ground penetrating radar and water testing help determine the cause of pavement settling in Kentucky-Tennessee tunnel.

Disruptive Land Development  Part 1

Disruptive Land Development Part 1

January 28th, 2016 by

Merging civil engineering, planning, and architecture for more sustainable housing.

Brownfield to Ballfields

Brownfield to Ballfields

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Soil conditions and site characteristics align to allow deep dynamic compaction, reducing soil excavation and replacement.

U.S. Wind Power Continues Growth

U.S. Wind Power Continues Growth

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Current capacity exceeds 70-gigawatt milestone as wind farm construction continues.

Water for Power

Water for Power

January 28th, 2016 by

New regulations spark $3.1 billion investment in water and wastewater treatment within the U.S. power sector.

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