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    Sand Dune Conceals Underground Parking Garage
    Mar 24
    By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.

    A beach restoration and reinforcement project in Katwijk, the Netherlands, includes a surprise for visitors: a 663-space parking garage hidden within a reinforced sand dune.

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    Vertical Roller Coaster to be Tallest Orlando Structure
    Mar 24
    By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.

    Within two years, a 570 ft tall vertical roller coaster dubbed the "Skyscraper" is expected to be the tallest structure in Orlando, Florida.

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    Top LEED Projects by State Are Less Numerous but Larger
    Mar 24
    By Kevin Wilcox

    The U.S. green Building Council's annual list of top states notes a decline in the total number of projects certified in its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program, but an increase in the projects' square footage.

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    Research Validates Promising Bridge Repair Method
    Mar 24
    By Jenny Jones

    Applying ultrahigh-performance concrete to the ends of corroded bridge beams could restore bearing capacity in a fraction of the time possible with traditional repair techniques.

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    Three Museums Merge into One
    Mar 17
    By T.R. Witcher

    The tight urban site of the Harvard Art Museums challenged architects and engineers working to create a unifying structure.

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    Delicate Pavilion Is Printed in Concrete
    Mar 17
    By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.

    The 840 unique blocks that form "Bloom," a 9 ft tall tempietto , have been printed using a 3-D printer and a powdered cement polymer composite.