Ivy League Steel
By Stephen Curtis, CEng, and Alan Erickson, P.E.
Yale intends to introduce its new business building with a bang.
The Winds of Time
By Matt Jackson, S.E., P.E.
Increased wind load requirements and the bad timing of the 2008 economic downturn couldn’t keep a Manhattan skyscraper from topping out ahead of schedule.
By Andy Kizzee, P.E., and Kyle Maxwell, P.E.
The University of Tennessee combines its disparate pharmacy buildings into a new facility at the Memphis Medical Center.
By Jack Lester
New, prominent signage for one of Las Vegas’ premier hotel-casinos serves as a lighthouse of sorts in a city of lights.
Sea and Space
By Zachary D. Kates, P.E., and Rohan Talwalkar
A new sail-shaped structure welcomes visitors seeking cruise ships and spaceships on Cape Canaveral.
By Abie Khatchadourian, AIA, Paul Benedict, S.E., P.E., and Bob Cooper, AIA
Wisconsin’s largest technical college greets increased enrollment with open arms and an open-plan campus addition.
Bracing for Nonbuildings Similar to Buildings
By Robert J. Walter, S.E., P.E.
What are the options when selecting a bracing system for a nonbuilding structure similar to a building?
By Chris Moor
Meet George Jetson, the fabricator of the future.
By Tabitha Stine, S.E., P.E.
Increasing value with a conceptual cost-estimating checklist.
By John Cross, P.E.
Despite how the construction market looks "on paper," predicting its behavior is by no means an exact science.
A structural engineer and his wife prepare furry, four-legged friends for futures as guide dogs.
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