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The Road Less Traveled

By Chad Clinehens The phrase “the road less traveled” has been used many times. There are at least 10 albums as well as several television...

Improving Baltimore Harbor’s Water Quality with Nature-Based Solutions

An excessive amount of nitrogen in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is one of the major water quality issues undergoing improvement at the historic industrial waterfront....

Ground Improvement

By Martin G. Taube, P.E., P.G. and Sonia Sorabella Swift, P.E. Historically, when building on sites with poor soils, builders had two primary options to...

Fermilab – Integrated Engineering Research Center

Fermilab, the premier particle physics laboratory in the U.S., will soon add a new building to its campus: the Integrated Engineering Research Center (IERC)....

Supporting the Bottom Line: High-Performing, Engineered, EPS Geofoam as an Alternative Fill

By Tom Savoy Expanded polystyrene (EPS) Geofoam (GF) is a rigid, engineered fill material that is widely known for its lightweight composition, predictable performance,...

UMA Supports South Carolina Manufacturer’s Expansion with Micropiles

By Brian M. Fraley Specialty subcontractors like UMA Geotechnical Construction, Inc. (UMA) rarely get the credit, but the work they do often lays the foundation...

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....

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...

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. ...

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