Going Big in Ohio
By Steve Hague, S.E., P.E., and Joel Halterman
The largest project in Ohio DOT history replaces an historic Cleveland crossing with a new delta girder bridge.
By Robert Hong, S.E., P.E., P.Eng., Soliman Khudeira, S.E., P.E., Ph.D., and Joseph Glennon, P.E.
A new Chicago bridge takes over the duties of a former Centurion.
Brooklyn's Other Bridge
By Jim Talbot
The Williamsburg Bridge stands tall in the shadow of its more famous neighbor to the south.
By Bob Knight, P.E., and Tom Rusy, P.E.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency consolidates its resources into a new steel-framed facility on the outskirts of D.C.
By Thomas A. Sabol, S.E., Ph.D.
Typical structural schemes and height requirements are overruled in San Diego's new federal courthouse.
Tip of the Iceberg
By Wally B. Ford, P.E., and Brandon Coffey
The small, above-ground entrance to the Harris County Jury Plaza belies the expansive steel structure below grade.
Engineering for Emergencies
By Shafiq Alam, S.E., and Jeremy D. Livermore, P.E.
A California highway transportation management center has to be able to respond quickly to emergencies and also withstand a catastrophic event.
No Blues in St. Louis
By Geoff Weisenberger
Biggest. NASCC. Ever.
By Brian Raff
The idea of building relationships with your elected officials is more than just hot air. Become their trusted ally and you just might become a part of their construction decision-making process.
For more than a decade, Terry Zwick has been one of the leaders of the band for NASCC.
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