Diversions: Siserily cool & Asome!

Diversions: Siserily cool & Asome!

August 28th, 2014 by

I recently had the pleasure of spending a weekday morning speaking to students at the Spencer-Van Etten Middle School in

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Project Profitability: A brief journey through time, Part 2  1980-Present

Project Profitability: A brief journey through time, Part 2 1980-Present

August 28th, 2014 by

The construction industry typically lags in adoption of new innovations in computer hardware and software. Often, this is a result

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The cost of pursuing A/E work

The cost of pursuing A/E work

August 28th, 2014 by

A/E industry leaders talk a lot about marketing costs. But, I believe they view the subject too narrowly, focusing mostly

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Professional Practice: A risk-confrontation parable

Professional Practice: A risk-confrontation parable

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A civil/infrastructure engineer, a civil/structural engineer, and a civil/geotechnical engineer are sitting at a table in a bar when in

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PRODUCT + SOFTWARE GUIDE

PRODUCT + SOFTWARE GUIDE

August 26th, 2014 by

Subsurface utility engineering Bentley Systems, Incorporated’s Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) provides integrated engineering management of underground utility networks for water,

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FST Commemorates  100th Anniversary

FST Commemorates 100th Anniversary

August 26th, 2014 by

A 1914 Model T displayed at FSTs 100th Anniversary gala represented the firms founding year. FST employees received custom candy

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Designing Post-Installed Anchors to the Latest Standards

Designing Post-Installed Anchors to the Latest Standards

August 26th, 2014 by

International Building Code and industry acceptance criteria have drastically changed requirements for how engineers specify products.

Innovation in Asphalt Pavements

Innovation in Asphalt Pavements

August 26th, 2014 by

Thinlay overlays and warm-mix asphalt help maintain an aging infrastructure.

Concrete Ideas for Reducing a Structures Carbon Footprint: Lightly Loaded Foundations

Concrete Ideas for Reducing a Structures Carbon Footprint: Lightly Loaded Foundations

August 26th, 2014 by

If it is important for people to reduce carbon-dioxide equivalent (CO2e) atmospheric emissions, then structural engineers have a tremendous amount

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Stormwater Reuse

Stormwater Reuse

August 26th, 2014 by

Underground chambers support rainwater harvesting for greenhouse irrigation and firefighting needs in an arid climate.

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