Grasscrete: Meeting California’s demanding stormwater retention requirements has never been easier By Sean O’Keefe In construction, innovation is essential and, as the needs of the industry...
Anchoring a bold vision to address social and economic disparities across Los Angeles County and drive responsible green policies for the future, county officials unveiled a draft regional sustainability plan at the Los Angeles Business Council 2019 Sustainability Summit.
Samuel Mengelkoch, S.E., was appointed President of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI) Southern California Chapter. EERI is a national, nonprofit, technical society of engineers, geoscientists, architects, planners, public officials, and social scientists.
Ware Malcomb announced that construction is complete on the exterior renovation of Katella Office Campus in Los Alamitos, Calif. Ware Malcomb designed the new exterior architecture of the front entry locations of both buildings using new aluminum composite metal panels and glazing.
Now in its third year, BuroHappold’s “Collective Impact” speaker series invites experts and concerned citizens to the firm’s L.A. office, where they speak to attendees about their work to advance sustainability initiatives.
Instead of a wall, build a first-of-its-kind energy park that spans the 1,954 miles of the border between the United States and Mexico to bring energy, water, jobs and border security to the region. That's the plan put forward by a consortium of 28 engineers and scientists.
Governor Gavin Newsom, delivering his first State of the State address before a joint session of the California Legislature on Feb. 12, 2019, indicated that he supports changes to high-speed rail plans while not totally abandoning the project.
The WateReuse Association applauded an announcement that the Bureau of Reclamation is awarding $35.3 million to six authorized Title XVI water reclamation and reuse projects in California.
Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have figured out a way to turn parts of a 13,000-mile-long testbed of “dark fiber,” unused fiber-optic cable, into a highly sensitive seismic activity sensor.