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ENR Special Reports in Focus

Special coverage from ENR reporters, contributors and outside news sources in text, photos and video, on the biggest stories of the past and present: the Crisis in U.S. Infrastructure Funding, the Financial Crisis, Economic Stimulus, Haitian Earthquake, Gulf Oil Spill, Japanese Tidal Wave and Nuclear Emergency, Hurricane Sandy and CONEXPO 2014. Photo by Per Christiansen.

Low and Slow Across America's Infrastructure

A road trip in a car as old as the Interstate highlights the state of U.S. infrastructure.
ENR's Aileen Cho and author Dan McNichol set off across America in a vintage 1949 Hudson to inspect the nation's crumbling infrastructure.

Starting Out Is Above and Bayonne Expectations
We kicked off the first official construction site visit today with a look at the $1-billion Bayonne Bridge project with Dennis Stabile, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey program manager.

Dream Projects Test New Realities

ENR explores the limits of engineering and design in this collection of ambitious projects
Ambitious engineers and architects are pushing the limits of technology and scale, but what are the impacts?


Full coverage of the giant equipment expo held every three years in Las Vegas
ENR's team of writers reports on all the latest equipment, environmental rules and training issues.

Imagining Construction's Future: Science-Fiction Writing Contest

Read the winning entries in ENR's first Science-Fiction Writing Contest
ENR asked its readers to open up their minds and take a shot at writing short fiction about the future of construction. The top selections and many honorable mentions are presented in this ENR Special Report.

Post-Sandy Mobilization Moves into High Gear

Full coverage of Hurricane Sandy Recovery
The latest news, analysis, commentary and video reports on Sandy's damage, recovery and plans for combating future superstorms; plus a special report on restoring the electrical grid.


Disaster in Japan: The Fukushima Tidal Wave and Nuclear Accident

Full coverage of the rebuilding and recovery in Japan
Reports, analysis and images from the disaster area and worldwide reaction.

Stimulus and Recovery: Federal Spending to Revive the U.S. Economy

The legislative battle, and funded programs and who gained from them.
Full coverage by Washinton D.C. Bureau Chief Tom Ichniowski and others.

The Gulf Of Mexico/BP Oil Spill

Full coverage of the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill
Reports, analysis and photos of the spill, how it happened and the clean-up of the Gulf Coast.

Banking and Credit Crisis: The Financial Calamity of 2008/2009

The breakdown of the U.S. banking system
Full coverage by Washington D.C. Bureau Chief Tom Ichniowski, ENR reporters and editors of the devastating effects on U.S. construction.

Rebuilding Haiti: The Port-au-Prince Earthquake and Reconstruction

Full coverage of the Haiti earthquake and reconstruction effort
Coverage from ENR reporter Tom Sawyer and others.

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