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    New Park Restores the Civic Heart of Philadelphia
    Dec 16
    By T.R. Witcher

    Dilworth Park's fountains and public art required that a complex network of piping be fitted into a narrow space between the surface of the park and three levels of transit infrastructure.

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    Tree House-Inspired Center Offers Solace, Cancer Support
    Dec 16
    By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.

    The newest Maggie's Centre, which offers free practical, emotional, and social support for those affected by cancer, has opened in Oxford, United Kingdom.

     

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    Academics and Practitioners Partner to Develop 3-D Innovations
    Dec 16
    By Jenny Jones

    Industry leaders and university researchers are developing a 3-D printer to manufacture concrete components for construction.

     

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    Rehabilitation Boosts Resiliency of New York Subway Facilities
    Dec 16
    By Kevin Wilcox

    A new phase of Sandy recovery focuses on bolstering the critical transit system against future storms and sea level rise. 

     

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    Winning Design for Presidio Park Announced
    Dec 09
    By T.R. Witcher

    After U.S. Route 101 is covered by a tunnel, 13 acres of new park space at the Presidio will become available. James Corner Field Operations' design for the park features multiple overlooks and an amphitheater that blend the built environment with the natural one. 

     

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    Glass Walkway Inserts Offer Bird’s-Eye View of Thames
    Dec 09
    By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.

    Two new sections of glass walkway offering visitors a bird's-eye view of the River Thames have opened atop the Tower Bridge in London.