Monday, August 8, was supposed to have been a day of celebration for Maryland’s Purple Line, as state transportation officials and the Federal Transit Administration would officially ink an agreement for a $900 million New Starts grant for the new $5.6 billion light rail system across Washington, D.C.’s northern suburbs.
Three projects have been selected as finalists for Global Project of the Year.that excelled in design and construction quality, innovations, safety performance, community benefit and overcoming challenges.
Long-time principal of Robert P Madison International, Inc. fought in World War II, started the first African-American-owned firm in Ohio, worked on Cleveland's most well-known buildings, including the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame and Browns Stadium
Robert P. Madison started the first African-American-owned architecture firm in Ohio and only the 10th in the U.S., served in the 92nd infantry during World War II and fought in Italy, studied under Gropius and Le Corbusier and designed some of the most iconic buildings in Cleveland as well as major projects in places as far away as Senegal. Please join us in honoring him with ENR Midwest's Legacy Award December 3 at the Renaissance Chicago.
This blog examining California construction will ask questions, give you previews of what is to come in ENR California and report on what we are hearing, reading and seeing in the state's construction industry.
We are pleased to announce ENR Northwest’s 2019 Regional Best Projects winners! So far in ENR’s annual contest, ENR Northwest’s judges have awarded 16 honors for the region, which includes Washington, Oregon and Alaska.
The presenters at ENR’s annual FutureTech conference in San Francisco May 30-June 1, cautioned the sold-out audience of engineers, construction professionals, venture capitalists and technologists that the construction industry continues to be plagued by inefficiency and a general lack of adoption of new technologies, although big strides are being made in sharing and managing data.
However, an upbeat air filled the hall as many touted three key improvements in delivering a connected built environment; cloud computing, mobile phones shifting computing access and low-cost chips and sensors enabling IoT.
As the death toll from the record-setting hurricane mounts in the Bahamas and damage estimates there and in the U.S. head into the billions, industry experts see increasing pressure to address infrastructure resilience.