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Foundation Piles for the Elbtower Reach Record Depth

Hamburg is setting new standards in urban design and sustainability with Europe’s biggest inner-city development project to date. Since 2001, the HafenCity district, which is close to the historic Speicherstadt area, has been a project of superlatives. Built on a former harbor and industrial area covering a total of 157 […]

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America’s Cup Village

History Bermuda is a small island nation, composed of 181 islands totaling 21 square miles inhabited by over 60,000 residents. In December 2014, the America’s Cup Event Authority announced that Bermuda had been selected to host the America’s Cup in 2017. In conjunction with a Royal Caribbean Cruise Line project […]

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Ground Freezing at Norris Cut Tunnel

Numerous pipe segments damaged from years of wear and tear were discovered during inspections of an outdated, 1977 wastewater pipeline just south of the Port of Miami. The pipeline’s system included a 54-inch diameter tunnel and force main which ran from Virginia Key Central Wastewater Treatment Plant (CDWWTP), underneath Biscayne […]

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Steel Pile Used at Anderson Street Bridge

HISTORY In 1969, in conjunction with the expected openings of the Naval Training Center (1968), Florida Technological University (now University of Central Florida 1969), and Walt Disney World (1971), the SR 408 project began as another east-west corridor through downtown Orlando. This route was built to relieve traffic on SR […]

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Meridian Construction Reconstructs After Hurricane

View the complete article here. On September 6, 2017 Hurricane Irma tore through the British Virgin Islands with record-breaking, bark-stripping sustained wind speeds of 185mph and gusts over 200mph.  The eye passed over Road Town, Tortola, the country’s capital and home to many of the territory´s largest marinas, and infrastructural […]