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Aligning the Lines: Surveying and Scanning Combine to Build New Zealand’s First Underground Railway

July 29, 2022 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

The survey team was instrumental to building the initial 50-m-long tunnel portal for the TBM and then ensuring it stayed on the right path during boring. What often gets lost in the gloss of large construction projects are the small, precise elements that…

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…

Better Gardiner: Two Deteriorating Bridges Rapidly Replaced

July 29, 2022 - in Articles, Feature, Featured

(Image Credit - MaineImaging.com) Gardiner, Maine, is a small city (population less than 6,000) in Kennebec County. Founded in 1754 on the banks…

The Proper Tools Help Ohio Contractor Prevent Ditch Bank Erosion

July 7, 2022 - in Articles

Werk-Brau buckets and attachments are used all over the world, but when the project is in your own hometown … well that hits a little differently. So when The Weber Company of Archbold, Ohio, recently embarked on a project to control erosion along a drainage…

Collaborating for Success: Q&A with the Moynihan Phase 2 Quality Team for New York’s New Moynihan Station

July 6, 2022 - in Articles, Interview, Rail, Transportation

Having opened last year, the historic James A. Farley Post Office Building’s redevelopment into the Moynihan Train Hall has created a new 255,000-square-foot station for Long Island Rail Road and Amtrak passengers, representing the busiest rail station…

Artificial Intelligence Can Transform the AEC Industry

June 28, 2022 - in Articles, Interview, Multimedia, Videos

Todd Danielson, Informed Infrastructure's editorial director, interviewed Mehdi Nourbakhsh, Ph.D., the CEO of YegaTech, a technology consulting company in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry, via webcam.

Extensive Planning Leads to More Grants, Better Research

June 25, 2022 - in Interview, Multimedia, Videos

Todd Danielson, Informed Infrastructure's editorial director, interviewed Dr. Sarah Orton, an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of Missouri College of Engineering, via webcam.