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Ground Improvement

By Martin G. Taube, P.E., P.G. and Sonia Sorabella Swift, P.E. Historically, when building on sites with poor soils, builders had two primary options to...

Fermilab – Integrated Engineering Research Center

Fermilab, the premier particle physics laboratory in the U.S., will soon add a new building to its campus: the Integrated Engineering Research Center (IERC)....

Underground Arts Scene: Updating the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

By Luke Carothers The old saying is true when it comes to the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston (MFAH): everything is bigger in Texas. ...

From the Publisher – February

By Jamie Claire Kiser Many firms tout their culture and describe their workplace as having a “family-like” dynamic. While the sentiment is well-intentioned to express...

Hudson Commons: Historic Foundation Meets Modern Engineering in an Innovative Manhattan Overbuild

By Joseph Provenza, AIA, P.E., LEED AP BD+C; Jeffrey Smilow, P.E., F. ASCE; Yujia Zhai, P.E., Motaz Elfahal, Ph.D., P.E.; and Gerardo Aguilar, Ph.D. What began in...

Energy Efficient Roofing: The Race is On

Systems Require Integration to Meet Demands Of Government Officials Hungry for Green and Clean By Thomas Renner Just like automobiles, airplanes, and computers, roofing materials have...

Building the Alaska Highway

By Luke Carothers On February 11, 1942 President Roosevelt approved a plan that had been in motion since at least six years prior: the Alaska...

Urban Underground

HNTB’s Sanja Zlatanic: a Happy Mole By Richard Massey There’s no doubt about it. Sanja Zlatanic, Senior Vice President and Chair of the HNTB National Tunnel...

2020 Building Preview: TAT Unveils 5 Big Things We’ll See This Year

1) The affordability puzzle: Keeping neighborhoods accessible  In growing cities nationwide, the displacement of longtime residents has emerged as a major concern. "To keep neighborhoods affordable...

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