Tag: Luke Carothers

Improving Risk Mitigation with WINT

By Luke Carothers When water leaks, it has the potential to wreak thousands, if not millions, of dollars in damages to buildings, inventories, and job...

The Future of Public-Private Partnerships

By Luke Carothers When the need for new and/or updated infrastructure projects in the United States, as well as other areas of the world, is...

Precision and Storytelling: Reid Hu’s “After the Mudslide” Wins 2021 Engineering Drone Video of...

By Luke Carothers The 2021 Engineering Drone Video of the Year Contest (EDVY)  reached new heights this year with 68 videos entered from across the...

Boots on the Ground, Wings in the Sky

By Luke Carothers In August of 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall in the United States.  Although landfall in Florida caused damage, the bulk of the...

Coming Soon: Practical BIM Implementation for Facility Management

By Luke Carothers  In August, Civil + Structural Engineer Magazine will be debuting a series of articles titled Practical BIM Implementation for Facility Management.  This...

Planning for Climate Change– Getting Ahead of Coming Infrastructure Growth

By Luke Carothers As the AEC industry plans for the future, there is a question that still needs to be answered: how can we plan...

Restoring a Monument and Sparking Conversation

By Luke Carothers The Robert Goud Shaw and Massachusetts 54th Regiment Memorial is located in America’s first public park: the Boston Common.  The Memorial honors...

Sun & Water

By Luke Carothers In Ethiopia’s Omo Valley, the way of life for indigenous tribes like the Kara, Mursi, Hamer, and Nyangatom has survived for thousands...

The Lake Leatherwood Dam: Construction, Life, and an Uncertain Future

By Luke Carothers Lake Leatherwood and the dam that created it are located in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, nestled snugly in the Boston Mountains region of...

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