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Designing an Earthquake Resistant Stadium in Ten Months with Constructible BIM

Japan sits in the Pacific Ring of Fire, where several continental and oceanic plates meet, making it highly susceptible to earthquakes and tidal waves....

Comeback Season: The Future of Venue Design Amid COVID-19

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the sports and entertainment industry has come to a screeching halt as venues around the world grapple with understanding...

Making Sport a Spectacle for all to See

By Luke Carothers For as long as there have been humans living together, there has been one form of athletic competition or another.  From the...

Building Value into Sports Facilities

Rigid-frame fabric buildings offer a high-quality solution for budget-minded projects. By Shannon Humbert and Eric Donnay We live in a world where spending power can create...

Basewell – Guardian2 Case Study

Establishing any construction project is a careful balancing act between many legal, financial and social responsibilities. Firms not only have a responsibility to shareholders...

Engineering Titletown

By Luke Carothers For well over 100 years in the American Midwest, football has been as much a part of life as death and taxes. ...

Answering the Call at TD Garden

By Damian Schmalz, PE, and Ben Revette, PE TD Garden is home to two of New England’s favorite and storied sports teams, the Boston Bruins...

From the Publisher – February

By Jamie Claire Kiser Many firms tout their culture and describe their workplace as having a “family-like” dynamic. While the sentiment is well-intentioned to express...

Engineered Rigging Debuts Cantilever Segmental Bridge Lift On Indiana’s Cline Avenue Bridge

By John Kuka Engineered Rigging’s unique Cantilever Segmental Bridge Lift helped speed construction of the new 6,236-foot Cline Avenue Bridge in East Chicago, Indiana. The...

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