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March 31, 2008



ENR March 31, 2008 COVER STORY
WETLAND RESTORATION
Cash and Commitment Rescue Everglades Replumbing
There is progress in restoring the natural hydrologic conditions in the Everglades, but planners are moving cautiously because of the unprecedented nature of the project. Full Story
Cover Photo: AP/Wideworld

NEWS
  1. SAFETY
    Tower-Crane Fears Drive Regulations
  2. INVESTIGATIONS
    Bent Gusset Plates Close Another Minnesota Bridge
  3. NUCLEAR WASTE
    DOE Weighs Plan To Privatize Yucca
  4. WORKFORCE
    New Orleans Corps Office Authorized To Ramp-Up Hiring
  5. DRINKING WATER
    New Water Intake at Lake Mead Will Keep Las Vegas Wet
  6. GEOTHERMAL POWER
    Australian Well Taps Hot Rock In Possible Commercial First
  7. PIPELINES
    $20-Billion Investment Will Move Oil-Sands Crude South
  8. STRUCTURAL DESIGN
    Wind Dampers Lighten Up Twin High-Rises in Manila
  9. BEACH REPLENISHMENT
    Inexpensive Tube System May Protect Eroding Shore

DEPARTMENTS
  1. Construction Week
  2. Washington Observer
  3. Construction Economics
  4. Viewpoint
  5. Products
  6. People
  7. Pulse
  8. Editorials

 

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