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Good Consumption

The Milan Triennale’s USA Pavilion, curated by two engineers, asks us to rethink our use of materials By Russell Fortmeyer and Frances Yang It turns out...

Curvilinear geometries

Post-Tensioned Concrete Allows Builders To Do More With Less By Kristin E. Dispenza Engineers face a paradoxical challenge: making skyscrapers ever taller, yet making them lighter-weight...

On Tulsa Time

Tom Hendrick, president and CEO of Wallace Engineering, loves his firm, his town, and an early morning run to clear his mind. By Richard Massey  Tom...

Seek the skills you need

Ambitious engineers shouldn’t wait for permission or for a ready-made program. Effective career development is a process you define and execute, not one that the...

Mission of missions

Organizations offer civil and structural engineers opportunities to serve throughout the world. Following is a list of non-profit organizations that may offer opportunities for civil...

Master planning in Malawi

Engineers and architects extend hope through design. By Robert Donahue, AIA, LEED AP Seasoned with skeletal reminders of our architectural and engineering history, our cultural world...

Elevate the industry

Help get the word out about this exciting profession. I was talking this morning with my primary business partner at Zweig Group, Chad Clinehens, about...

Engineering for Complex Loading Conditions

The Deep Foundations Institute’s annual conference features advancements in performance-based designs. The theme of the Deep Foundations Institute’s (DFI) 43rd Annual Conference on Deep Foundations...

Increase BIM engagement to remain competitive

When Building Information Modeling (BIM) was first introduced, it initially gained traction with design professionals because it enabled them to iterate more fluidly, analyze...
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