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Snoqualmie Pass Opens Improvements for Drivers and Wildlife

About an hour east of Seattle, the recently completed Snoqualmie Pass East Project in Washington is now open. It allows travelers a more efficient...

The Race to Cross Panama

By Luke Carothers Despite the earliest plans for a project of its type being drafted in the beginning of the 16th century, the Panama Canal...

The State of the AEC Industry

By Chad Clinehens The latest COVID-19 data published by Zweig Group shows the effect of the pandemic on the industry. Despite the numbers showing cancelled...

Sustaining Our Bridges: Taking Advantage of Captured Time

By Paul K. Nolan, PE The Burlington-Bristol Bridge is a steel-member, truss bridge with a vertical lift span. It crosses the Delaware River via Route...

Spark Building Insulates Heated Slabs from Frigid Balconies with Structural Thermal Breaks

Spark is a state-of-the-art building near Madison’s Capitol –– owned by American Family Insurance. The 158,000 sq ft (14,694 sq m) Spark is home...

Rapid Surveying comes to the fore in a Global Crisis

By David Fowkes The COVID-19 pandemic drove an urgent requirement for extra hospital capacity around the world. As global health services respond to the crisis,...

How Fabric Structures Can Save Your Construction Project Money

By Rory Bagley Before construction projects can begin, one of the first steps that is necessary is to set up on-site facilities for the...

Use Geographic Informational Systems to Optimize Quality Control in Geotechnical Environmental Testing

By Adewumi Andrew In the world of environmental testing, numerous systems can complement traditional due diligence to produce the most accurate data for clients. One...

Just Wing It – Aerial Surveying for Pipeline Projects

By Hunter Hanson, P.E. Quality site survey data is an integral component of all pipeline design projects, which can become quite costly and time consuming...

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