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Colorado DOT Hires Contractor to Repair Damaged Denver-Boulder Freeway
The Colorado Dept. of Transportation has hired Kraemer North America on a CM/GC contract to lead the emergency repair and ...
Bridges to Prosperity and Rwandan Government Launch Nationwide Program to Fight Isolation and Poverty
It was supposed to be the dry season! But mud from the previous day’s heavy rain sucked the wheels of our bus into deep ruts, ...
Guggenheim Bilbao's structural designer, Iyengar, dies at 85
Srinivasa “Hal” Iyengar, an eminent structural engineer known for innovative solutions for difficult projects, such as the ...
Bill to Aid Ailing Multiemployer Pension Plans Heads to House Floor
A House bill that would create a federal loan program for distressed multiemployer pension plans has moved a step closer to a ...
NY Makes Long-Awaited Record Offshore Wind Project Awards
In a first big push toward an ambitious state goal to procure 9,000 MW of renewable energy by 2035, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on July 18 the award of its first projects for offshore wind—a ...
After Quakes, California Military Sites Resume Ops
After two of the largest earthquakes in decades hit Southern California over July 4 and its holiday weekend, government ...
Whistleblower Cites Concerns About Boston Light-Rail Project
A detailed federal whistleblower complaint criticizes a lax safety culture at Boston’s transit authority and says the ...
ENR Announces 2019 Global Best Projects Winners
A local Nepalese worker stands in the main hall of the Gaddi Baithak Palace in Kathmandu during seismic strengthening and ...
Architect Philip Freelon, Designer of Notable Public Buildings, Dies at 66
Architect Philip Freelon in one of he many buildings he designed. Photo by Mark Herboth, courtesy of Perkins and Will ...
Cladding Fire Tests Stir Worry Two Years After Grenfell Tower Tragedy
Research since the Grenfell Tower tragedy, which killed 71 people in a London high-rise fire in June 2017, has failed to ...
Dodge Study Points to Further Hurdles of Digitizing Project Data
Despite advances in recent years in the state of digital data management in construction, a new report from Dodge Data & ...
Houston Imagines a Resilient City
With Hurricane Harvey almost two years in the rearview mirror, Houstonians have started to imagine a future city that is ...