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Product is part of expanded line up of PSG products moving into new global regions WORLD OF CONCRETE SHOW, LAS VEGAS – Pure Safety Group™ (PSG)...

Ken Lambert Brings Large-Scale Project Management Expertise to HDR

OMAHA, Neb. — Ken Lambert, P.E., has joined HDR as principal project manager. Lambert brings alternative delivery expertise in large, multi-disciplined infrastructure programs and will...

American Society of Civil Engineers Announces “Moving America Forward” Presidential Candidate Forum on Infrastructure...

Host committee representing millions of workers includes American Society of Civil Engineers International Union of Operating Engineers, Transportation Workers Union, American Public Transportation Association,...

Keeping the Water Running to Las Vegas

Innovative, Elaborate Project Helps Guarantee Supply to Nevada’s Largest City By Thomas Renner Snowstorms raced through the Western region of the United States with alarming frequency...

Brightline to build express passenger rail connecting Southern California and Las Vegas

Brightline, the nation's only privately owned, operated and maintained express intercity passenger rail system, announced its expansion to the West Coast with the acquisition of XpressWest, a high-speed passenger rail project with rights to develop a federally approved corridor connecting Southern California and Las Vegas.

Helical piles stabilize settled casino slab

Working through the night, Ram Jack Las Vegas lifted and fully stabilized the settled slab that threatened to halt operations of the SLS Hotel & Casino when foundation issues arose from a leak causing a 3-inch slab settlement in the worst area. 

Smart Cities Council announces 2018 Readiness Challenge Grant winners

Smart Cities Council, the sector’s largest coalition, announced the winners of its 2018 Readiness Challenge Grants. Birmingham, Ala.; Cary, N.C.; Las Vegas; Louisville/Jefferson County, Ky.; and the Commonwealth of Virginia will receive mentoring as well as tailored products and services to accelerate their smart city initiatives.

Modeling a city’s minuscule changes

Researchers at the Technical University of Munich are using satellite imagery and supercomputing to predict city buildings’ risks for structural degradation and damage. By using 3D models, computational scientists can create precise, static representations of a city.

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