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Los Angeles Regional Connector Will Open Up Options for Commuters

By Richard Reitz Commuting through Los Angeles is notoriously frustrating, but it is on the verge of getting a little easier with one of the...

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...

New MK-42 to beat them all

Best of its kind: GHH developed the new MK-42 dump truck with this claim in mind. In fact, in some areas it is the...

Urban Underground

HNTB’s Sanja Zlatanic: a Happy Mole By Richard Massey There’s no doubt about it. Sanja Zlatanic, Senior Vice President and Chair of the HNTB National Tunnel...

Call for Articles: Underground Engineering, March 2020

The Civil + Structural Engineer editorial team is calling for contributors for our upcoming March 2020 issue.  The issue will be covering all topics...

USDOT Launches Council to Support Emerging Transportation Technology

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao announced creation of the Non-Traditional and Emerging Transportation Technology (NETT) Council, tasked with identifying and resolving jurisdictional and regulatory gaps that may impede the deployment of new technology, such as tunneling, hyperloop, autonomous vehicles, and other innovations.

BIM is gathering momentum in the water industry

By Donna Laquidara-Carr, Ph.D., LEED AP For many years, the water sector has lagged significantly in the use of building information modeling (BIM) behind the...

Golder recognized for innovation in tunneling

Golder Associates was awarded the Tunnelling Association of Canada’s 2017 Innovation Project of the Year for the Upper Lillooet River Hydroelectric Project, an 81.4-MW run-of-river, hydropower project near Pemberton, British Columbia. 

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