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  1. Tests At Purdue University Show New CO₂-Cured Concrete Performs Favorably In Extreme Conditions

    Tests conducted by engineers at Purdue University and Solidia Technologies show that concrete cured with carbon dioxide (CO2) performs comparably or better than traditional Portland Cement-based concrete for resistance to cold weather and exposure to extreme conditions

  2. Resource International, Inc. Uses Non-Contact High-Speed Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) To Measure Pavement Layer Thickness At The Network Level

    During a recent project for the University of Wyoming, Resource International, Inc. (Rii) used Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) to conduct pavement surveys rapidly, non-destructively, and with no traffic disruption or safety risks

  3. City Of Taylorville, IL Selects Neptune Benson’s ETS UV Disinfection For Drinking Water Treatment

    Neptune Benson is pleased to announce that ETS UV technology has been selected to provide ultraviolet disinfection (UV) systems for the new drinking water treatment facility in the City of Taylorville, Illinois.

  4. Huntsville Utilities Monitors And Saves Energy With New Sensus Conservation Voltage Reduction Solution

    As the summer heat forces air conditioning units into overdrive, our nation’s power grids are stressed to keep up with demand

  5. Jacobs In Joint Venture For Melbourne Metro Rail Project Contract

    Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. announced recently that the Aurecon Jacobs Mott MacDonald (AJM) joint venture has been appointed as the technical, planning and engagement advisor for the Melbourne Metro Rail Project in Victoria, Australia

  6. Trimble TILOS Version 9.0 Offers Enhanced Linear Construction Project Visualization And Improved Integration

    Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) announced today TILOS version 9.0 time and location planning software for highways, railways, pipelines, tunnels, water engineering, transmission line construction and other linear civil engineering projects

  7. Contech® Engineered Solutions Helps Build 9/11 Site

    Contech Engineered Solutions supplied a new stormwater detention system to Liberty Park, an elevated public park under construction in the new World Trade Center in New York City

  8. Bechtel-Led Team Starts Tunneling On Saudi Arabia's First Metro System

    A consortium led by global engineering, project management and construction company Bechtel has begun tunneling on Line 1 of the Riyadh Metro in Saudi Arabia, marking an important milestone in the construction of this landmark project. Riyadh Metro is set to be the country's first underground rail system and one of the largest in the world

  9. Recreation In Oregon Abounds Despite Drought

    Travel Oregon, in partnership with Oregon State Parks and Recreation Department, the Oregon Marine Board, the Oregon Department of Forestry, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of State Lands, wants to remind Oregonians and visitors: Recreation abounds throughout the state, whether water-based recreation or otherwise

  10. Jacobs Renews Project Representative Role For Crossrail

    Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. announced recently it was reappointed as Project Representative for the $22B (£14.8B) Crossrail program by the UK's Department for Transport (DfT) and Transport for London (TfL)

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