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Aerial view of the Forth Road Bridge, a 2.5 km long-span suspension bridge located near Edinburgh, Scotland_TN
By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.
The Cambridge Center for Smart Infrastructure and Construction has developed an energy harvester that will generate power from traffic-induced bridge vibrations.
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The upper level of the replacement Sarah Mildred Long Bridge, which will cross the Piscataqua River, will be a highway crossing; the lower level will be a rail crossing_TN
By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.
The U.S. DOT has announced this year’s TIGER grants, which include $25 million for the Sarah Mildred Long replacement bridge located between Maine and New Hampshire.
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Rendering of the veteran experience in four large, cast-bronze silhouette sculptures_TN
By Lynn Novelli
The country’s newest national memorial is not only a tribute to the nation’s disabled veterans but also a triumph of design and engineering teamwork.
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Aerial view of the Dulles Greenway toll road in northern Virginia_TN
By Kevin Wilcox
The United States climbs into the top 10 on a list of best places to invest in infrastructure, but still trails hot markets in Asia and the Middle East.
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Exterior rendering of the former grain silo, which has been transformed into a welcoming residential and public facility_TN
By Jenny Jones
Designers use computer modeling to transform a former grain silo in Copenhagen, Denmark, into a mixed-use development of residences and public spaces.
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Aerial view of Sonoma Lake_TN
By Jenny Jones
Tufts University engineers develop a concept for using drones and vibration sensors to automate the bridge-inspection process.
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Exterior rendering of the Integrated Technology Hub, which is new building added to the Box Hill Institute_TN
By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.
The Box Hill Institute’s Integrated Technology Hub, which contains classroom space for industrial applications, has officially been completed in Victoria, Australia.
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An 18,500 sq ft plaza adjacent to the new station will bring much-needed public event space to downtown Raleigh_TN
By T.R. Witcher
A vacant steel factory is being reinvented as Raleigh, North Carolina’s new centralized train station.
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