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Construction Methods - Featured Headline
Tricky 150 N. Riverside Site Inspires Riverside Operations
$500-million development along the Chicago River is hemmed in on all sides, has no lay down or storage area and is slowed by active railroad tracks slicing through it.

Rendering Courtesy of Goettsch Partners

Deep Foundation Records Reflect Groundbreaking Progress
Building some of the worlds most notable deep foundations involved a variety of world records for pile driving and drilled shafts.

Photo by Tudor Van Hampton for ENR

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02/26/15 Construction Week: Duke Settles Ash Spill for $100M; UMass-Amherst Reverses Iranian Student Ban

UMass-Amherst reverses ban on Iranian engineering students.Tools coming to aid decisions about disaster resilience spending
02/19/15 Green Globes Rating System Strives for Gains in the Sustainability Game

For reasons of cost and speed, some firms prefer the Green Globes program over LEED.
01/28/15 Mix-Design Veteran Calls 432 Park Avenue's White Concrete Recipe His Most Challenging Ever

Making white concrete is like baking a fussy cake.
11/25/14 Twitter Chat on Updated Formwork Manual Hosts 25,000 Users

Formwork for Concrete has new chapters on formed concrete surface quality, bridge formwork and shoring and floor loads in multistory structures.
07/24/14 'Extreme' Attention to Artwork on Harvard Museum Project

As Harvard University’s estimated $350-million renovation and expansion of its art museums nears completion, construction project teams are breathing easy after some complex maneuvers.
07/02/14 Balancing Act Preserves Commonwealth Institute's Thin-Shell Roof

Top-down construction cuts time and tonnage off scheme to preserve 52-year-old roof while the building it covers is transformed into London’s Design Museum.
06/11/14 Crews Install Record-Deep Foundation Piles for San Francisco Tower

Deep piers support a megabrace structural system for the 800-ft-tall 181 Fremont tower.
03/18/14 Builders Lose Massive San Francisco Apartment Complex to Fire

A $227-million, under-construction apartment complex in the Mission Bay district is a total loss after a fire suspected to have been caused by welders.
03/10/14 Dynamic Deeds Build Clemson's Unique Test Facility

Clemson University’s new test facility in North Charleston, S.C., aims to aid equipment manufacturers and utilities by providing enhanced data about power-generation systems.
02/26/14 Wilshire Grand Concrete Mat Placement Sets U.S. Record

Crews cast 21,200 cu yd foundation for 1,100-ft-tall Wilshire Grand Center—the future tallest high-rise west of Chicago
02/26/14 Repairs Under Way at Corvette Museum After Sinkhole Swallows Cars

Engineers and contractor craft recovery and replair plan after Feb. 12 sinkhole swallows eight classic cars at the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Ky.
02/17/14 Office: Savannah's Cay Building Rises Above Existing Structure

Project team erected the Savannah, Ga., building atop an existing underground parking garage.
02/11/14 Prefabrication Embraced by More Trades But Fewer GCs

Many contractors say they are discouraged that the strategy isn’t being embraced faster across the industry.
11/13/13 Dissonance Averted, Hamburg's New Philharmonic Hall on Track for Completion

When it opens in late 2016, Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie project will be some six years late and, at $695-million, more than double the original cost.
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