Since the Oso landslide, the emerging question in many meetings, panel discussions and brainstorming sessions is about other slopes across the country having a significant collapse potential with the deadly effects as the Oso event. Geotechnical engineer Joe Wartman, member of the scientific team studying the landslide answers that it is not possible to know. The reason for this being primarily the lack of data.
TBM Bertha, used for opening the tunnel in the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Project is on the move again, after major overheating problems that caused the machine to remain still for more than a year. The machine is expected to reach an access pit so that crews can perform necessary repairs.
An explosion and fire occurred near Los Angeles on Wednesday at a refinery unit of Exxom Mobil. Four workers were injured and minor damage was caused in neighboring buildings. Concerns on air quality are expressed.
TBM Evelyn has set a new project record at National Grid's London Power Tunnels project, digging 55.2 meters in a single 12-hour shift! The tunnel is part of a £250m project, aiming in providing new underground infrastructure for electricity transmission.
A video with many of New Jersey's aging and deteriorating bridges was recently released to raise awareness to the area's infrastructure fate if the gas tax is not raised. In nearly 1.5 minutes, the video features images of bridge components
Desert Breath, located in the Egyptian desert, is a land art project created by D.A.ST. Arteam to show the passage of time through its gradual erosion. The project was completed in 1997 and is still viewable today through satellite images. Learn more in the article that follows!
The most complex public works project in California history - the Bay Bridge's new eastern span - will be finally declared complete in a few weeks. The area's landmark was based on a bold design that had never been tried on that scale and will now pass under the control of state and local authorities after 16 years of construction.