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Construction Methods - Featured Headline
Study Finds Modular Can Be Faster, Safer and Less Costly
Study finds that modular constructoin, if properly executed, can be faster, safer and less costly than traditional construction.

Courtesy of NRB Inc.

Hollandia Pulls Off Novel Jacking for Tall Observation Tower
Contractor uses novel system to jack sections of the mast of a 162-meter-tall observation tower in Brighton, U.K.

Photo Courtesy of Brighton i360

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06/10/15 Bible Museum Project Starts With Precision Demolition

Demolition work for the upcoming Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., requires very specific demolition.
06/04/15 First Phase Nearly Complete on Washington National Cathedral Repairs

Initial $10-million, four-year effort sets stage for program focused on the exterior.
05/18/15 Porsche Design Tower Takes Elevation to Another Level

The 60-story luxury condominium tower features a first-of-its-kind car elevator system that lets residents go along for the ride.
05/11/15 Building Owners Are Finding Greater Value in Multiple Uses of BIM

New research says more owners are leveraging building informaiton modeling for help with facilities management.
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.
12/10/14 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.
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.
10/14/14 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.
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.
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