Individuals from diverse sectors have been recognized by ENR’s editors for their service to the construction industry and the public.
A passionate effort will give engineers their first formal guidance when designing infrastructure to be more resilient to weather extremes.
Founded additive manufacturing firm that is pioneering techniques for designing and fabricating structurally sound 3D-printed objects.
Turned around 20 years of escalating costs and delays on a lock-and-dam project that’s crucial to U.S. shipping traffic.
Led creation of innovative project-delivery software that allows changes to virtual models in a more collaborative environment.
Launched a groundbreaking maternity-leave program for women ironworkers.
The architect uses a design-build-finance-operate-maintain approach to deliver energy-positive K-12 schools.
Engineered an elegant, curved platform system that enables fixed rail to transition to a floating bridge structure. The system can move as much as 2 ft in any direction.
DOT officials praise this C.W. Matthews vice president for a “highly proactive” emergency rebuild of a key Atlanta artery after 700 ft collapsed.
Unusual problems drive unusual water solutions in one of the fastest-sinking areas of the nation.
Through formal partnering and a risk-management program that she designed, Hou guides one of the Bay Area’s largest water projects to completion.
Steel erector took modular delivery to the next level for risky air-rights project atop FDR Drive along Manhattan’s East River.
Engineer organized public-domain research to test the seismic and wind performance of his modular composite steel core-wall system, intended to transform office-tower construction.
Engineer, a linchpin in the creation of the nation’s first standard and how-to manual on structural fire design, is energizing the discipline.
Negotiated in an intense political environment to help broker deals that saved Greece’s multibillion-dollar roadway program.
Successful film about engineering, which is geared to inspiring kids, now is making its way to schools across the U.S.
Late-blooming high school engineering teacher inspires at-risk students to design and build complex power projects for poor communities abroad.
Public-works engineer and plant manager gives the city of Houston a much-needed win during Hurricane Harvey’s torrential downpour.
Engineer led enactment of Miami Beach’s program aimed at fortifying the coastal area against flooding caused by rising sea levels.
Bringing automation technology to construction with a prototype rebar-tying robot.
Engineer adapts tower-demolition cocoon for a tower-construction job, accelerating the project and improving safety.
Visionary for Salesforce Tower, the centerpiece of San Francisco’s revival, never gave up on the difficult project, through the Great Recession and myriad other obstacles.
Creating technology and construction programs that prepare prison inmates for returning to the workforce.
With drive and leadership skills partly learned from his Olympics-level rowing experience, Petersen guided his team to fix a damaged spillway and keep craft workers—and the community—safe .
Project manager is on a campaign to alert owners of more than 100 parking garages that their underdesigned double-Ts may be in danger of failure.
Immersed in both design and construction of an unprecedented engineering feat at the Bayonne Bridge.