California, Oregon and Washington are among the states moving forward with regulations and road maps for the construction and operation of building- and district-scale graywater capture and treatment systems for non-potable-water use, such as toilet flushing and irrigation.
Tall mass-timber frames are coming into favor not only because wood is a renewable structural material but also because timber structures are typically faster, safer and simpler to build, compared to steel and concrete construction.
Two separate failures of three cantilevered flanges of three precast, prestressed-concrete double-T parking-deck sections—reinforced with a non-code-compliant, high-strength carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer grid—are putting the spotlight on the structural safety of corrosion-resistant FRP grids for transverse reinforcement of double-Ts.
Hear how a proactive, technology based strategy can keep equipment and fleet assets on the job site and productive, reduce maintenance costs and drive overall improvements in scheduling and operational performance.
This webinar is bringing industry leaders together to discuss the unique challenges of Heavy Civil Construction. Hear how mobile technology is digitizing construction field operations (going paperless) and empowering the field with real-time data capture and access.