On April 23, contractors began a three-month-long, round-the-clock push to start diverting water from one of the main aqueducts serving New York City into the $1.3-billion Catskill-Delaware Ultraviolet Disinfection Facility.
Teams in the Pacific Northwest—using steel-fiberreinforced concrete in shearwall link beams—untangle rebar congestion and speed construction in seismic zones.
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