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Don’t look down: Chinese engineers finish work on world’s 2nd-tallest suspension bridge (PHOTOS)

Don’t look down: Chinese engineers finish work on...

Posted by Bobby Atkinson on Dec 14, 2015

China is getting a pretty massive Christmas present this year with the opening of the second-highest suspension bridge in the ...

The grade of this unique Japanese bridge isn’t as terrifying as it looks (VIDEO)

The grade of this unique Japanese bridge isn’t as...

Posted by Bobby Atkinson on Nov 26, 2015

At first glance, the Eshima Ohashi Bridge in Japan looks like some kind of terrifying bridge that only could exist ...

Speed of construction, longer lives drive new bridge designs

Speed of construction, longer lives drive new bridge...

Posted by Tom Kuennen on Sep 25, 2015

The need for speed in construction is driving much of the bridge design in this country. The burden to accomplish faster ...

Stronger, longer bridge girders the aim of research collaboration between University of Alabama, ALDOT

Stronger, longer bridge girders the aim of research...

Posted by Bobby Atkinson on Sep 18, 2015

More durable and longer bridge girders could spell cheaper construction costs among other benefits, and a few engineering researchers at ...

RoadBump app cost-effectively provides IRI for road maintenance professionals

RoadBump app cost-effectively provides IRI for road...

Posted by Amy Materson on Sep 14, 2015

Road maintenance and engineering professionals can now get objective data cost effectively with RoadBump, an Android application from Grimmer Software ...

How Diesel Got Its Groove Back

How Diesel Got Its Groove Back

Posted by Tom Jackson on Aug 12, 2015

While NASA may have sent a probe all the way to Pluto, there’s another engineering miracle sitting right here on ...

SSAB University Challenge encourages students to develop innovative applications for high-strength steel

SSAB University Challenge encourages students to...

Posted by Angela Thomas on Jul 15, 2015

SSAB, a Nordic and U.S.-based steel company, invites students to participate in their University Challenge contest, held in conjunction with ...

Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure opens membership to private construction, engineering firms

Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure opens...

Posted by Chris Hill on Jun 11, 2015

Private sector construction, engineering, planning and design firms are now able to join the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure’s (ISI) Sustaining Membership, ...

Mississippi DOT announces Pittman as new roadway design engineer

Mississippi DOT announces Pittman as new roadway design...

Posted by Chris Hill on Mar 16, 2015

Richard Pittman is the new Roadway Design division engineer for the Mississippi Department of Transporation. MDOT announced the appointment, stating the ...

Indiana DOT offers engineering scholarships

Indiana DOT offers engineering scholarships

Posted by Chris Hill on Feb 27, 2015

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is offering scholarships for full-time students seeking in undergraduate and graduate civil engineering programs ...

PHOTOS: Tour John Deere world HQ; an engineering feat not unlike the company’s equipment

PHOTOS: Tour John Deere world HQ; an engineering feat...

Posted by Tom Jackson on Aug 07, 2014

In 1958 Deere & Company's board of directors approving a radical and forward thinking design for it's new Administrative Center, ...

STEM graduates are finding a weak job market. Why that could be a big opportunity to fix construction’s skilled labor woes

STEM graduates are finding a weak job market. Why that...

Posted by Tom Jackson on Jul 11, 2014

A recent article at Business Insider revealed an odd wrinkle in the job market. According to Census Bureau statistics, less than ...

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