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Future Forward: Learning Through Doing: Solar Farms and Curriculums

April 19, 2018 - in Articles, Profile

This page profiles innovative and impactful applied research in civil and structural engineering to spur continuing thought and dialog to create a better industry. These profiles are based on interviews, and the opinions and statements are those of the subject…

Future Forward Full Interview: Learning Through Doing: Solar Farms and Curriculums

April 19, 2018 - in Articles, Interview

This page profiles innovative and impactful applied research in civil and structural engineering to spur continuing thought and dialog to create a better…

Change Leader: Recycling Our Way to a Stronger ‘Circular Economy’

April 19, 2018 - in Articles, Profile

These profiles are based on interviews, and the opinions and statements are those of the subject and are not necessarily shared or endorsed by this publication.…

Change Leader Full Interview: Recycling Our Way to a Stronger ‘Circular Economy’

April 19, 2018 - in Articles, Interview

These profiles are based on interviews, and the opinions and statements are those of the subject and are not necessarily shared or endorsed by this publication.   Scott Mouw is senior director of technical assistance for The Recycling Partnership, a national…

Thoughts From Engineers: Water 4.0: Time to Consider an Alternative Paradigm

April 17, 2018 - in Articles, Column

Our present-day style of managing water hasn’t strayed much from the centralized approach employed by the Romans some 2,000 years ago. This was fine when cities first began to modernize, but the 21st century requires something different. This is the conclusion…

Sponsored Content: Better Outcomes Begin with Better Collaboration

April 17, 2018 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

Sponsored by:     Design better civil infrastructure with OpenRoads, OpenBridge and OpenRail What does it take to manage the infrastructure lifecycle? It involves many collaborating disciplines where the work is interconnected, with thousands of…

Manhattan’s Irish Hunger Memorial Receives Waterproof Renovation

April 17, 2018 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

The Irish Hunger Memorial winds through a rural Irish landscape, with paths carved into a hill thickly lined with native Irish plants and stones imported from each of Ireland’s 32 counties. The Irish Hunger Memorial, designed by internationally renowned…

Executive Corner: The R&D Tax Credit: Major Savings Available for Architects and Engineers

April 17, 2018 - in Column

When it comes to taxes, the main focus for architecture and engineering firms of late has been the new tax law and the opportunities it’s providing companies to grow and reinvest in their businesses. For this installment of “Executive Corner,” Russ Ryan,…

Engineered Solutions: RenewWrap®: Column Repair

April 17, 2018 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

Sponsored by: Milliken Infrastructure In June 2016, the South Carolina DOT (SCDOT) was in the midst of building a new interchange at the intersection of I-85/I-385 in Greenville, S.C. During construction, severe localized spalling was found on the cover concrete…

Getting the Lights Back On in Puerto Rico: The Army Corps and Fluor Mount Massive Grid Restoration After Hurricane Maria

April 16, 2018 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

Hurricane Maria, which made landfall in Puerto Rico on September 2017, was the worst natural disaster ever to befall the U.S. commonwealth, and also the deadliest storm of the record-setting 2017 Atlantic hurricane season. With peak sustained winds of 175…