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Posted by Wayne Grayson on Nov 19, 2012

Though the most well-known San Francisco bridge is the Golden Gate, the Bay Bridge carries 150,000 more vehicles per day ...

Government figures ignore “higher learning” options

Government figures ignore “higher learning”...

Posted by Marcia Gruver Doyle on Oct 12, 2012

Sigh. The U.S. Census Bureau has just released two studies. The first, Field of Degree and Earnings by Selected Employment Characteristics: 2011, shows ...

They’re NASA and they know it

Posted by Tom Jackson on Aug 16, 2012

Government employee videos are starting to become a fad. But after the Mars landing of the Curiosity rover, my hat's ...

Terex celebrates 40th anniversary, adds new truck...

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Aug 13, 2012

During the second half of 2012, Terex will celebrate its 40th anniversary of manufacturing front discharge mixer trucks by restarting ...

Deister selects Process Machinery as new dealer

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Aug 02, 2012

Deister Machine Company has appointed Process Machinery as its exclusive representative for the territory of Indiana, Kentucky, and the Ohio ...

BUILT IN AMERICA

BUILT IN AMERICA

Posted by Tom Jackson on Apr 26, 2012

Louisiana storm surge barrier takes top global honors   The Lake Borgne Surge Barrier--a two-mile tall, 26-foot tall concrete and steel bulkwark ...

FMI to host business development courses

Posted by Lauren Heartsill Dowdle on Oct 23, 2010

FMI, a provider of management consulting and investment banking to the engineering and construction industry, will offer three courses to ...

Laser scanning of New York Route 17 upgrade gets nod from American Council of Engineering Companies

Laser scanning of New York Route 17 upgrade gets nod...

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Apr 01, 2010

The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of New York has honored one of Erdman Anthony's projects as among the ...

Stonehenge engineering mystery solved

Posted by Tom Jackson on Feb 13, 2009

This retired construction worker has figured out how ancient people moved massive blocks like those from which Stonehenge was built. ...

Go to MIT–for free

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Feb 12, 2009

If you've ever wondered what it would be like to study engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, you might be interested to ...

Students shun engineering careers

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Jan 30, 2009

Some 85 percent of children ages 8 to 17 say they're not interested in a career in engineering. This is ...

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