Engineering

Trump is our Man, say U.S. Engineering Firms
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Trump is our Man, say U.S. Engineering Firms

“We finally have a president who understands business!” said one survey respondent. More

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Sharing Safe Masonry Construction

I found a great deal of interest in learning North American masonry construction approaches at the 2013 World of Concrete - India. So this year I want to share your success stories in my “What’s New in Masonry Construction” presentation. More

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U.S. Engineering Firm Leaders Bullish on Business Climate

New survey resulrs shows U.S. engineering firm leaders optimistic on business climate and private sector markets More

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12th North American Masonry Conference Call for Papers

The University of Colorado at Denver’s Civil Engineering Department is hosting the 12th North American Masonry Conference and there's still time to submit proposed papers and publications. More

ASTM Committee on Manufactured Masonry Units Elects Chin as Chairman
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ASTM Committee on Manufactured Masonry Units Elects Chin as Chairman

Ian Chin, vice president and senior principal at Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates... More

Construction Employment Hits 50-Month High
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Construction Employment Hits 50-Month High

Construction employment hit a 50-month high as employers added 11,000 jobs in... More

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Prospect School in N.Y. Opens After Major Historic Renovation

BBS Architects, Landscape Architects & Engineers has completed an $18.1-million historic renovation and expansion of the 60,500-square-foot Prospect School in Hempstead, N.Y. More

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BIM for Masonry Initiative Moves Forward

Project managers have been named for the four major project areas of Phase II of the Building Information Modeling for Masonry (BIM-M) Initiative. In their new roles, the project managers will be implementing the roadmap developed in Phase I. These project managers are experts in the field of masonry design and construction. More

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April Jobs: More Growth for Architecture and Engineering, Mixed Results for Construction

The U.S. economy added 165,000 jobs in April: 2,700 were added in architectural and engineering services, and the construction segment lost 6,000 jobs. More

Sipprelle Field House
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Sipprelle Field House

Situated on an idyllic campus in rural Delaware, the new LEED Gold Certified... More

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