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From the pilings to the deck and everything in between, a $6-
million, federally funded project will serve as a test bed for a variety of fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) and composite technologies while replacing an existing 54-year-old vehicular bridge in southern Florida.
Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.)—the new chairman of the Environment and Public Works Committee, one of the most important congressional panels for construction—is likely to take a tough stance against environmental regulations and be an advocate for infrastructure, particularly in rural areas, observers say.
With the decentering complete of the fixed trusses that shape the daring kinetic roof of the Atlanta Falcons stadium, the steel erector is adding the eight movable parts, called "petals," that will close and open like an oculus.
As those on the leading edge know, progress in the buildings sector does not come easily. But that doesn't stop innovators from working diligently to increase the sustainability and resilience of buildings and decrease their carbon footprints while trying to find ways to boost construction quality and building-team productivity.
In choosing Elaine L. Chao as his nominee to head the Dept. of Transportation, President-elect Donald J. Trump picked a former Cabinet secretary who has held senior positions at DOT and was a board member of two prominent construction industry firms.
New Jersey utility Public Service Electric & Gas on Nov. 30 said it has gotten the go-ahead from state regulators to invest up to $80 million in the next three years to build solar farms on brownfields and landfills in its service territory.
This webinar will explore how technology is enabling AEC firms to embrace a digital workplace to manage complex challenges and customer demands with total accountability, transparency and real-time decision-making.
This webinar will discuss the new tools and technologies that are emerging to help construction teams track and benchmark cost, schedule, progress, people, equipment and other things on the jobsite to help drive efficiency and productivity.
Our expert panel will discuss how the Internet of Things is now finding its way into the construction industry, how project teams are using big data to build profit, reduce risk and deliver better project outcomes and future trends.
In this webinar, attendees will learn how global collaboration produces surprising benefits such as a reduction of carbon footprint, as well as how the concept of ‘Information-led design’ inspired the creation of AECOM's world-class collaboration system.
This webinar explores how design and construction teams are using drones today and how this emerging technology will change the way work is done in the future- from imagery and data collection to mapping, surveys and beyond.
Not all companies have the same project management needs when managing a project. This webinar will arm you with questions you need to be asking when evaluating systems and how to explain different functionalities based on specific needs.