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Sky-High Expectations: Exploring the Understated Elegance of GRG Precast Panels at LaGuardia’s Terminal B

May 9, 2024 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

Described by the development team as potentially the most-complex aviation project anywhere ever, the new Terminal B at LaGuardia Airport symbolizes a top-to-bottom transformation of one of the nation’s highest-profile airports, and it does so with stunning…

The Edge of Innovation: Geospatial Intelligence Reduces Need for Inference

February 13, 2024 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

A digital dig board is a vital resource on an active jobsite where many trades are coming and going on busy schedules. Brasfield & Gorrie can provide…

Mode Shift: High-Speed Rail Readies for Arrival Across California’s Central Valley

November 30, 2023 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

Stretching back to 2008 when Californians voted to invest in electrified high-speed rail, the plan for CA HSR is to connect each of the state’s major…

One River North: A Unique Engineering Challenge in Pursuit of the Best Building Possible

August 3, 2023 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

Unmistakable for the living fissure within, One River North dazzles as a vibrant exploration of the possibilities that exist at the intersection of nature and time. Designed by MAD Architects with support from Davis Partnership, residents will enjoy more than…

Sea to Sea on the Scottish Canals: Centuries of Infrastructure Innovation Culminate in the Ever-Changing Now

June 5, 2023 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

Creating a ‘Smart Canal’ In September 2022, Informed Infrastructure Editorial Director Todd Danielson went to the Autodesk University conference in New Orleans where he interviewed Colby Manwaring, vice president of water solutions at Autodesk.…

Engineering A More Just Tomorrow: P3 Contracting and Construction Innovation Combine to Catalyze Central 70

May 10, 2023 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

A more just tomorrow starts with equitable access to life’s simplest treasures, and a good day at the park certainly qualifies. CDOT’s Central 70 project replaces an intrusive infrastructure with a crown jewel that reconnects life-long neighbors, families…

Change Leader: Moving Asset Management in a Better Direction

February 2, 2023 - in Articles, Profile

Didem Cataloglu is the CEO of DIREXYON Technologies. Infrastructure is an organism; an ever-changing amalgam of past, present and future. For most, the task of developing, delivering and maintaining the built environment relies on logical inference rather…

Counting Carbon: Reading Between the Lines To Understand What Matters in Sustainability

August 30, 2022 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

Perhaps now more than ever, sustainability remains a predicament. In the nearly 30 years since the U.S. Green Building Council launched the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification program, the murky waters of certification vs. sustainability…

Future Proof: Geofoam Pre-Games Construction Challenges as Airports Expand

July 29, 2022 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

For Salt Lake City and Denver airports, general contractors Ralph L. Wadsworth and GH Phipps (left and right, respectively) worked with Atlas Molded Products to develop precise configuration plans for geofoam blocks, which were installed by hand during construction.…

Threading the Needle: Rebuilding 100-Year-Old Transit Infrastructure Above the Streets of Chicago

May 27, 2022 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

The city of Chicago features an undeniable legacy of design innovation. Based on a long history of pushing the limits of possibility through experimentation, Chicago has been something of a smart-city laboratory ever since the Great Chicago Fire left huge…