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Accessing the National Parks

By Luke Carothers The concept of national parks has existed for the better part of the last 150 years since Yellowstone National Park was established...

Land & Water Completes Sustainable Works as part of the Thames Tideway Tunnel Project

Leading wet civil engineering company, Land & Water, has completed its works as part of the Thames Tideway Tunnel project to transport and unload...

High-Temperature Tunnel Dampers and Switchboxes Are a Hot Combination for Riyadh Metro System

When it comes to subways and other underground tunnel systems, the last thing you want is a fire. If one does occur, you need...

Light at the End of the Tunnel: How Technical Innovation and Community Buy-In Turned...

New sewage forcemain runs below dense urban area including 11 river crossings, three railway crossings, parks, and major city streets By Bradley Marin, Tom Casher,...

Automation and Digitization Enabling Informed Decision Making Throughout the Tunneling Lifecycle

By Gabriel Neves Keeping up with innovation and increasing productivity in the wake of increasing costs, tight deadlines, and sustainability issues means the infrastructure industry...

Invisible Enemy

Micro-Dust Gets More Attention as Underground Rail Traffic Grows By Dr. Bernd Hagenah No matter the location, underground rail systems are all burdened by an invasive,...

Underground Arts Scene: Updating the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

By Luke Carothers The old saying is true when it comes to the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston (MFAH): everything is bigger in Texas. ...

Tunnel to Safety

By Chad Clinehens As I was nearing graduation in 1999 and finalizing where I would start my first full-time job as an engineer intern, I...

Tunneling to Connect Fort Worth

By David Wallace, P.E. Along the south side of downtown Fort Worth, Texas sits Interstate 30, Tower 55 Rail Intersection—one of the nation’s busiest railroad...

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