Tag: underground

Codelco turns giant mine upside down – GHH supplies maintenance vehicles

With several vehicles, the machine manufacturer GHH now also supports the world's largest copper producer Codelco, which is currently managing a mega-project in the...

Every Dog has their Day: America’s First Water Leak Detection Dog

By Luke Carothers Central Arkansas Water (CAW) has taken a lot of steps to reduce their unaccounted water rates.  They’ve tried satellite detection and manual...

Underground

In every sense Underground – the theme of this month’s C+S issue – has two definitions, according to Merriam-Webster. The first is more appropriate on...

Wet-weather infrastructure: Smart analysis and TOTEX planning equal savings and resilience

How “sweating the system” with smart analytics modeling and TOTEX planning can deliver fit-for-purpose solutions, capital cost savings, and system optimization By Nick Anderson and...

A new connection: Comcast pedestrian tunnel

By Thomas J. Friese In the heart of Philadelphia sits the new Comcast Technology Center. The 60-floor, 1,121-foot skyscraper is the tallest building in Philadelphia...

Construction Challenges of Rail in an Urban Environment

The world’s cities are booming, and their growth is changing the face of the planet. Rapid urbanization in developing countries—the gradual shift in residence...

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...

Data model development advances OGC’s underground pilot project

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) announced that the Fund for the City of New York (FCNY) funded OGC to develop prototype data models for underground utility networks and for the soils that surround them. The goal is to ensure that underground utility data are collected in a manner that allows information about different utilities to be integrated and used interoperably.

Fitch: More U.S. infrastructure failures likely as asset ages rise

The frequency and severity of incidents like the recent water main break in Philadelphia will increase in coming years absent renewed attention and ongoing investment, Fitch Ratings says.
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