By Herman Miller, Todd Phillips and Ricky Dixon
A massive steel-framed bunker is the centerpiece of a new gas turbine testing facility.
By John Fritz and Jordan Young
A structural rehabilitation keeps the heart of Elmira College beating.
Armed with Collaboration
By Andrea K. Reynolds, S.E., P.E.
A collaborative process leads to a bold new facility for a prominent defense contractor.
By Thomas M. Corcoran, S.E., P.E.
Limited space and maximum daylighting were key drivers in the material selection for a Seattle high school in a wooded area.
By Christopher Pitt, S.E., P.E.
The University of Oregon Ducks get a boost from their new football complex.
A Tale of Two Trusses
By Ronald D. Medlock, P.E.
The enduring nature of an "old-fashioned" design is put on prominent display in two truss bridges spanning the Missouri River.
By Michael Cronin, S.E., P.E.
Interchange improvements make for smoother sailing through a previously harrowing intersection in the Twin Cities.
By Perry Green, P.E., Ph.D., and James L. Ryan, P.E.
Using modular construction for industrial and power projects has its advantages, but there are several things to consider first.
Procrastination in Business (and Sales)
By Anne Scarlett
If you must procrastinate, then at least make your procrastination work for you.
Welding Done Well
By duke perry
A brief introduction to stud welding.
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