Structures + Buildings

News and announcements about specific structures and buildings, and related structural engineering news.

Texas Woman’s University Celebrate Topping Out of Hubbard Hall

DALLAS –  McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. recently celebrated an important milestone at the Texas Woman’s University (TWU) Hubbard Hall project - the topping out of...

Call for Nominations: WoodWorks Announces 2020 Wood Design Awards

WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 4, 2019) – WoodWorks – Wood Products Council, a non-profit that provides education and free technical support related to the design...

Spacesmith Reimagines Library, Transforms Classrooms for Columbia University

The acclaimed architecture and interior design firm Spacesmith has transformed a former chemistry library into much-needed classroom space for Chandler Hall, a 1928 facility at Columbia...

NSBA Has Recognized the Country’s Best Bridges for 91 Years. Is Yours Next?

CHICAGO - Have you recently worked on a bridge that embodies the pioneering spirit of modern bridge-building? The National Steel Bridge Alliance and the...

A Containerized Environment

Trinity Private Equity Group Invests in Falcon Structures, a Container-based Structure Manufacturer out of Austin, Texas. By Editorial Staff Trinity Private Equity Group has made a...

Modified MSE Wall Construction Minimizes Railroad Downtime

The bottom course of facing panels are set and braced around the trestle. Merchants Bridge, constructed in the late 1800’s, is the oldest rail structure...

Mitchell Hall

New Culinary Center Expected to Serve up Food, Fellowship, and New Development     By Richard Massey The new Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts building at...

PT. Wijaya Karya leveraged Bentley solutions to save on construction costs and meet deadlines

Two months before the annual Indonesian Homecoming Festival in West Java, a catastrophic landslide affected the main road between Bogor and Cianjur, worsening the...

Curvilinear geometries

Post-Tensioned Concrete Allows Builders To Do More With Less By Kristin E. Dispenza Engineers face a paradoxical challenge: making skyscrapers ever taller, yet making them lighter-weight...

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