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 ENR October 05, 2015
October 05, 2015

The Largest-Capacity Offshore Wind Farms
Offshore wind is growing quickly as demand for renewables and large-turbine technology progresses.

 ENR September 28, 2015
September 28, 2015

Denver's Multimodal Mission
ENR's "Low & Slow Across America's Infrastructure" crew visited a mile-high $5.5-billion mass-transit program.

 ENR September 21, 2015
September 21, 2015

Smart Roads Ahead: The Rise of Intelligent Infrastructure
With the exponentially increasing ability to capture and analyze vast quantities of data from objects—bridge piers and pavements, for example—the dream of an intelligent transportation infrastructure (ITI) is within reach.

 ENR September 14, 2015
September 14, 2015

Hollandia Pulls Off Novel Jacking for Tall Observation Tower
Using a novel vertical production line, builders of a futuristic U.K. observation tower recently completed the 162-m-tall steel mast around which a sleek doughnut-shaped pod will rise and fall.

 ENR September 07, 2015
September 07, 2015

The 2015 Global Best Projects Awards
Industry veterans selected the winners of the Global Best Projects Awards as the most outstanding examples of the risks and rewards - and the hurdles overcome - of designing and building internationally.

 ENR August 31, 2015
August 31, 2015

Katrina Spawns a Decade of Flood Protection Design and Construction
The fact that floodwalls around New Orleans were designed to be overtopped but remain standing says much about the post-Katrina hurricane-protection system that rings the city—and about the risks that those who live within that system still face.

 ENR August 24, 2015
August 24, 2015

A Monumental Makeover for the St. Louis Arch
One of America's most iconic landmarks exists in one of the most incongruous settings-divided by infrastructure from the city it represents. Now, crews are rebuilding that infrastructure so that the St. Louis Arch will by 2017 be reconnected to the downtown area.

 ENR August 17, 2015
August 17, 2015

Egyptian Solar-Power Growth Boosts PV-Panel Sector
Burgeoning demand for energy on the African continent is stimulating the photovoltaic panel manufacturing sector.

 ENR August 10, 2015
August 10, 2015

Denis Hayes Shines Rays of Hope on More-Sustainable Cities and Solar Power's Future
Environmental visionary Denis Hayes, after developing the world's greenest building, resets his sights on rebooting his 1970s crusade for solar power proliferation.

 ENR August 03, 2015
August 03, 2015

Dutch Water Wizards Go With the Flows
With more than half its 16 million people living below flood levels, the Netherlands has become expert in taming coasts and rivers. Dutch engineer Royal HaskoningDHV is exploiting that expertise globally—particularly in emerging economies—as a key edge in a world of intensifying design competition.

 ENR July 27, 2015
July 27, 2015

TBM 'Bertha' May Begin Excavating Again Under Seattle This Fall
The wait for one of the world's largest tunnel-boring machines to resume excavation under downtown Seattle could come to an end in late November.

 ENR July 20, 2015
July 20, 2015

The Clients and Clauses That Companies Avoid
Better economic times have arrived in the U.S., and along with them have come ever-more aggressive efforts by developers and project owners to off-load risk.

 ENR July 13, 2015
July 13, 2015

Replica of 15th-Century Berlin Palace Still Needs $30 Million for Facade
After more than two years of work, the core and shell is complete for the Baroque replica of the 15th-Century Berlin Palace-Humboldtforum.

 ENR July 06, 2015
July 06, 2015

Dynamic Duo: Ohio River Bridges Rise In And Around Louisville
Alternative project delivery methods are tested in tandem on the Ohio River Bridges project.

 ENR June 29, 2015
June 29, 2015

Transportation Hub Will Be a Safe Haven
San Francisco "groundscraper's" robust steel frame engineered to allow immediate reoccupancy after a very strong quake.

 ENR June 22, 2015
June 22, 2015

Top 100 Professional Service Firms: Firms Fill in Owner Gaps
The market has returned to health, which should be good news to professional services firms like construction and program managers.

 ENR June 15, 2015
June 15, 2015

Integrated Project Delivery Can Work Well But Is Still No Utopia
IPD veterans are still hammering out the kinks in sharing risk and reward among designers and contractors.

 ENR June 08, 2015
June 08, 2015

Tomorrow's Energy Grid
Contractors see opportunities for a smarter technology-driven infrastructure to integrate renewable resources and backup storage into a more efficient future system.

 ENR June 01, 2015
June 01, 2015

The Top 400 Contractors: Focusing on Processes
The U.S. market is on the upswing, but contractors are concentrating on squeezing out waste to remain competitive.

 ENR May 25, 2015
May 25, 2015

Nepal Boosts Cleanup After Second Quake
As a second earthquake hit Nepal on May 12 in less than three weeks, many buildings already damaged were destroyed or were deemed unfit to occupy.

 ENR May 18, 2015
May 18, 2015

Danger: Railroad Crossings
Treading lightly around active tracks, a $20-billion development project covers up a Manhattan eyesore.

 ENR May 11, 2015
May 11, 2015

The 2015 ENR Top 500 Design Firms: Consolidation Complications
Design firms are facing uncertain but generally positive markets; however, many worry about how consolidation will affect them.

 ENR May 04, 2015
May 04, 2015

Massive Belo Monte Dam Rises in Amazonia
Costing $8.74 billion, the Belo Monte Dam rising over the Xingu River in Amazonia will generate just 4,500 megawatts per year on average—or more than one-third of its 11,233-MW installed capacity—due to environmental restrictions that have reduced the reservoirs' size.

 ENR April 27, 2015
April 27, 2015

The Last Straw
Nearly 10 years after it was conceived, a new intake into Lake Mead is nearing completion, the first in a series of large-scale construction projects Las Vegas will need to ensure its long-term water future.

 ENR April 20, 2015
April 20, 2015

2015 Award of Excellence: HT Tran Is An Inspired CEO
Wounded in Iraq, HT Tran, 35, executes a new mission as a next-gen leader to build his construction firm and advocate for why veterans make great hires.

 ENR April 13, 2015
April 13, 2015

Moving Data and Dirt
Construction vehicles equipped with wireless telematics are now reporting project information with incredible detail.

 ENR April 06, 2015
April 06, 2015

The World's Largest Roller-Compacted Concrete Dams
Roller-compacted concrete dams have steadily taken their place in the menu of possible dam types over the past four decades, with over 650 of them completed or under construction.

 ENR March 30, 2015
March 30, 2015

2015 First Quarterly Cost Report: Industry Market Confidence Hits Record High
The construction market has enjoyed steady growth for several years, but one sector that has been leading the recovery, petroleum, has suddenly hit a roadblock as plummeting oil prices have resulted in project postponements.

 ENR March 23, 2015
March 23, 2015

Big Pipe Plans
Despite crashing oil prices and veto of the Keystone XL pipeline, developers are proceeding with billions of dollars of pipeline work.

 ENR March 16, 2015
March 16, 2015

Best of the Best Projects 2014
These projects have been selected after months of painstaking judging as the best examples of design and construction excellence among completed work in the U.S. between June 2013 and June 2014.

 ENR March 09, 2015
March 09, 2015

São Paulo Issues Bids To Address Drought Crisis
The state government of São Paulo has launched the bidding documents for a $290-million project to build a water-transmission system linking the Paraíba do Sul River to the Cantareira system, which supplies most of the São Paulo metropolitan area, with a population of 22 million people.

 ENR March 02, 2015
March 02, 2015

Know Your Enemy: Construction Industry Needs Better Information About Cyber Crime Risk
Cyber attack incidents often go unreported to protect business reputations, resulting in a dearth of data on the threat and rising risk. Officials are taking steps to require notification.

 ENR February 23, 2015
February 23, 2015

Infrastructure Megaprojects: Looking For Legacies
Building public trust while building transportation is more vital than ever in tough era of funding challenges.

 ENR February 16, 2015
February 16, 2015

Welder Shortfall Fires Up Industry Training Programs to Work Overtime
America's industrial-energy construction boom fuels the push for more welders with top skills.

 ENR February 09, 2015
February 09, 2015

TBM Trio Digs Deep Down Under in Sydney
Construction goes up, through and under in Sydney's $4.2-billion railway program. "Isabelle," the program's third TBM, was launched from Cherrybrook, in November 2014, and will excavate the 6 km from Cherrybrook southeast to Epping. A fourth and final machine is currently being assembled at Cherrybrook to dig the final tunnel to Epping.

 ENR February 02, 2015
February 02, 2015

Team Building 1,397-ft 432 Park Avenue Tower Went to Extremes to Make It White
Building the first-ever, high-strength concrete supertower with white concrete kept the project team on edge.

 ENR January 26, 2015
January 26, 2015

The Top 25 Newsmakers of 2014
ENR's annual Top 25 Newsmakers program recognizes outstanding achievements. For a half-century now, ENR has named the top industry professionals who have made a difference for their industry and the public during the preceding year.

 ENR January 19, 2015
January 19, 2015

The 2014 Year in Construction Photo Contest: Bodies in Motion
The best construction photos of 2014, selected by an ENR jury.

 ENR January 12, 2015
January 12, 2015

The 10 Longest Arch Bridges in the World
One of the oldest types of bridges, arch bridges are still widely used today. ENR takes a look at some of more famous examples throughout history, and profiles the 10 largest arch bridges in the world.

 ENR January 05, 2015
January 05, 2015

U.S. Supertowers, Megaprojects Retake Center Stage in 2014
For the buildings sector, 2014 was a year of starts, stops and milestones.

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