The 80-year-old Bow Tie Building in the heart of New York City’s Times Square is undergoing a major renovation of retail space, but the tens of thousands of daily passersby will not see any construction activities: A 53-ft-tall dark-green plywood wall completely hides the 167,000-sq-ft structure.
On Aug. 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina winds pushed water from Lake Pontchartrain into New Orleans’ three major drainage canals, putting pressure on floodwalls-topped levees that failed to withstand the load of the water.
The adaptive-reuse 100 Van Ness project transformed an outdated 29-story office building into a modern apartment community offering 418 units and many indoor and outdoor amenities in San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood.
Only a handful of structures remain at the 3,100-acre Sparrows Point complex in Baltimore from its heyday as the world’s largest steel mill, but, at present, the site seems equally far removed from its new owners’ long-term vision of the site as a major multimodal logistics and distribution hub.
Like modern chefs tweaking classic techniques, concrete industry insiders are experimenting anew with ingredients—additives and aggregates such as fly ash, slag and quarry waste—and “plating,” which includes methods such as two-lift paving and real-time smoothness monitoring.
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. This webinar will also discuss how reporting tools can help you make decisions before a problem can arise.
During this webinar, industry practitioners will share how their project workflows are integrating new capabilities for information exchange with data-rich construction models to reduce risk, increase productivity and improve real-time decisions.
Gary Tulacz, ENR’s Senior Editor and manager of the ENR Top Lists for the past 20+ years, will moderate a panel of executives from the largest general contracting firms as they discuss the results of the 2016 Top 400 survey and where they see opportunities for future business.
Streamed LIVE from FutureTech 2016 | This webinar will discuss driving innovation in a mature, stable construction industry, and how one must be prepared to think long-term, to be misunderstood from time to time, and how to always consider the unexpected.
Streamed LIVE from FutureTech 2016 | This webinar chats with a panel of design, construction and academic experts that will present on recommendations for successfully navigating this period of transformative change.
Streamed LIVE from FutureTech 2016 | This webinar will present examples of how it solidifies successful pilots in visualization, collaboration and prefabrication on complex projects into standard practices across the corporation.
The former Soviet nation of Kazakhstan is ramping up completion of EXPO 2017—a futuristic megaproject estimated to cost between $3 and $5 billion that will showcase global energy efficiency and boost the host’s global profile
Cover photo by Neelam Mathews in Astana, Kazakhstan