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Revitalizing downtown Raleigh, one building at a time

The Dillon is an 18-story, mixed-use project on 2.5-acre city blocks with three buildings — two residential and one office building. Stewart helps plan and...

Restoring connectivity

Removal of the Ballville Dam began with installation of ice-control structures downstream and notching the dam (right side). Removing the 105-year-old Ballville Dam in Fremont,...

Implementing a BIM process for existing building projects

The Copenhagen Airport’s initiative included producing information-rich 3D models of the facilities based on a combination of 2D drawings, surveys, and field inspections. 3D modeling...

‘LEEDing’ the way in building certification

The U.S. Green Building Council, founded in 1993, developed the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system, which uses a holistic, multi-attribute...

North American construction technology trends

2017 survey of industry professionals reveals current uses and future plans. By David Budiac We speak with a wide range of contractors and construction companies to...

Awards, promotions, and new hires

Freese and Nichols, Inc., welcomed Jorge A. Arroyo, P.E., an international authority on alternative water supplies and innovative water treatment, to expand the firm’s...

The future of urban mobility

SharedStreets is a new data platform designed to make it easier for the private sector to work with cities around the world and leverage...

Steel design resources

AISC offers Night School course and updated Seismic Design Manual The American Institute of Steel Construction’s (AISC’s) new Night School course, Steel Construction: From the...

Artificial intelligence drives project cost savings

Fluor uses IBM Watson to deliver predictive analytics capability for megaprojects. In September, Fluor Corporation and IBM announced the use of artificial intelligence-based systems to...
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