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EPC model design challenges

Access to historical geotechnical data reduces alignment risk for transmission lines. By Vic Donald, P.E. Transmission lines — those beautiful catenaries traversing our country — deliver...

‘Waters of the U.S.’ Regulation Rewrite Expected to Help Reduce Transportation Project Delays

Man-made, roadside ditches provide critical surface drainage that protects the traveling public and should be exempt from federal wetland regulations, American Road & Transportation Builder Association (ARTBA) Vice Chairman David Harwood told a Feb. 27 government hearing.

Modernizing an Airport Terminal

New structures at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport were constructed of reinforced concrete, structural masonry, structural steel moment frames, and metal decking. Phoenix Sky...

Building a Strong Foundation

Modeling lays the groundwork for a successful hospital project in Orlando. In the budget-driven and time-sensitive health care industry, reducing the project delivery schedule can...

Terracon names Packer new president

Terracon announced that M. Gayle Packer is now president of Terracon Consultants, Inc., and a succession framework is commencing for her appointment to chief executive officer.

Structural steel and welding inspection

Structural steel and welding inspection is a critical service for building construction. A member displacement of a few inches can adversely affect the structural...

Terracon launches healthcare sector

Terracon announced the formal launch of its healthcare sector. Decades of experience in healthcare facilities has led Terracon to organize its services around the needs of thousands of healthcare clients nationwide.

Terracon acquires Engineered Concepts

Terracon expanded its facilities services capabilities through the acquisition of Engineered Concepts of Greensboro, N.C., effective immediately. Engineered Concepts specializes in building enclosure, structural engineering, and facility investigation services.

Terracon acquires GeoConcepts and GeoCapitol

Terracon acquired Washington, D.C., area firms GeoConcepts Engineering, Inc. and GeoCapitol Engineering, LLC. By bringing these two organizations into Terracon, the company reinforces its Mid-Atlantic focus, now with five offices in the metropolitan area.

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