A peek behind the scenes with those tasked with dismantling the Champlain Bridge in Montreal, Quebec, offers a glimpse into the complex, 43-month-long project
Contracting for infrastructure projects has stubbornly resisted technology adoption. An initiative born out of the World Economic Forum aims to change that
Facing the urgency of climate change, companies like BP that traditionally invested in the construction of refineries and other oil production resources are pivoting to build in the increasingly profitable solar energy space
The Walsh Group’s Pablo Giraldo has established a proven digital document management workflow that organizes and streamlines previous paper-based processes into the modern age
The Columbus Commons development is a prime example of how higher-cost green roof projects are paired with public resources to maximize value.
As concrete’s prevalence continues to pose a danger to the long-term health of the environment, can clay- and soil-based materials serve as a viable option for builders?
The COVID-19 pandemic has provided an unexpected boost to cyclists, civil engineers and designers interested in promoting more bike-friendly roadways
In Indiana’s roundabout capital of Carmel, traffic fatalities are way down, and a maverick mayor is taking the case for this traditional civil infrastructure design on the road
Projects like the Red Car Pedestrian Bridge seek to transform Los Angeles into a city less reliant on cars and more fashioned for walkers
The general contractor aims to focus on renewable energy, local partnerships and better monitoring of its operations
Southern California is one of the fastest-warming areas of the U.S., so Los Angeles and other cities are turning to urban forestry as a cooling strategy
Though visually boring, the types of materials used—and what they do to sound—in highway noise barriers is interesting