Supporters of an updated structural building-design standard, developed by the American Society of Civil Engineers, are breathing a collective sigh of relief after members of the International Code Council voted down an attempt to keep the standard, known as ASCE 7-16, out of the 2018 edition of ICC’s International Building Code and its other model codes.
Constructing a podium for the largest air rights project to date in Washington, D.C., is one thing.
An elementary school with a 500-gallon saltwater fish tank modified from a Hurricane Sandy-salvaged bus is just one example of the creativity displayed in the winning entries in this year’s ENR MidAtlantic Best Projects competition.
Working from his home in 1976 to start what became global claims consultant and project management giant Hill International Inc., Irvin E. Richter boosted revenue by offering seminars on construction disputes.
ENR MidAtlantic is excited to announce its Top Young Professionals for 2017. Formerly known as Top 20 Under 40, the awards program honors individuals who have built extraordinary industry portfolios in just a few short years. In addition, many donate significant amounts of time and expertise to serve their communities.