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    Team Evaluates Water Distribution System in Flint
    Jan 17 2017
    By Kevin Wilcox

    In the aftermath of a highly publicized contamination event, the Michigan city is examining how best to upgrade and optimize its water lines.

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    Galveston Ferry Facility Upgraded for Functionality, Safety
    Jan 10 2017
    By Kevin Wilcox

    A space-saving design that utilizes monopile fenders holds promise for protecting the facility from extreme storms.

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    Structural Test Uses Self-Equilibrating Frame
    Jan 03 2017
    By Kevin Wilcox

    Engineers developed a robust steel frame capable of testing damaged structural concrete elements and used it in a warehouse in Christchurch, New Zealand, by no means designed for such activities.

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    New Jersey Pier Features Innovative Modular Design
    Dec 06 2016
    By Kevin Wilcox

    A modular "pier-pod" concept is being used to create a recreational attraction along a picturesque portion of the Hudson River across from Manhattan.

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    Philadelphia Turns Unused Rail Spur into Multifunctional Park
    Dec 06 2016
    By Laurie A. Shuster

    Carried by retaining walls and bridges and more than 100 years old, the spur is finding new life as badly needed green space in an industrial area that is undergoing urban renewal.

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    Robust Structural Systems Pay Off in Natural Disasters
    Nov 22 2016
    By Kevin Wilcox

    Research indicates that builders can spend as much as 9 percent of construction costs on resiliency features and still break even in certain parts of the United States.