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Climate Pledge Arena

An Environmental and Engineering Marvel By Greg Huber Being chosen by Oak View Group, a Seattle public-private partner and developer, to redevelop the former Key Arena...

Cutting the Cost and Time for Stockpile Surveys in Half with Drones

By Sally Huynh Today, drones are delivering survey-grade accuracy in a fraction of the time at half the cost of conventional inspections. State transportation agencies...

Reimagining Resident Transportation: NYC Ferry System

By Stephen A. Famularo, PE, D.PE   An inconspicuous transportation revolution is taking advantage of one of New York City’s greatest attributes: its robust waterways....

Connecting Jacksonville with the Future

By Brian Russell, P.E., David Tudryn, AIA, and Andrew C. Rodgers, P.E. Grand Central Terminal in New York City, Union Station in Denver, 30th Street...

Filling the Gaps in the DOT Data Flow

By Cyndee Hoagland A steady stream of new and innovative technologies have poured into the construction space over the last decade, including machine control, 3D...

Accessing the National Parks

By Luke Carothers The concept of national parks has existed for the better part of the last 150 years since Yellowstone National Park was established...

Shifting the Needle: Increasing BIM adoption for Horizontal Infrastructure Design, a Long-range View

By Anand Stephen, PE, CME  Leverage is a concept taken for granted in contemporary engineering. The word has its origins in the dawn of the...

Reinventing America’s Busiest Transit Hub

By Luke Carothers On October 28th, 1963 demolition began on New York City’s original Pennsylvania Station (Penn Station).  When the building came down, people around...

The Road Less Traveled

By Chad Clinehens The phrase “the road less traveled” has been used many times. There are at least 10 albums as well as several television...

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