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  • Biden: Major  Infrastructure Plan on the Way

    Biden: Major Infrastructure Plan on the Way

    New president expected to unveil a major proposal for roads, bridges, water, energy and boost labor and climate resilience.

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  • NY Infrastructure Projects Will Total $306B: Cuomo

    NY Infrastructure Projects Will Total $306B: Cuomo

    Manhattan's Midtown West will encompass $51B of this spending; many of the projects the governor mentioned have been under way

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  • New York and New England Snapshot

    New York and New England Snapshot

    Shooting at Parcel H at the Boston-area Cambridge Crossing project for Consigli, Umenhofer noticed this welder “joining two remarkably thick steel columns,” the photographer says.

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  • Former South Boston Rivet Factory Gets Heavy Timber Upgrade

    Former South Boston Rivet Factory Gets Heavy Timber Upgrade

    Use of cross-laminated timber construction methods married a two-floor addition with an out-of-plumb, 120-year-old building

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  • $1B Hockey Arena Skates Ahead of Shutdowns

    $1B Hockey Arena Skates Ahead of Shutdowns

    The new home of the New York Islanders in Nassau County also will be a concert venue, part of a $1.3-billion development next to Belmont Park

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  • Engineer Stands as Tall as His Buildings

    Engineer Stands as Tall as His Buildings

    Five decades into a multistoried career, ENR Legacy Award winner Silvian Marcus continues to design unique structures for clients

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  • City Scoop: Hartford

    City Scoop: Hartford

    Dodge data on projected 2021 construction starts in the area Hartford

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  • Overcoming Pandemic Delays in Buffalo: City Scoop

    Overcoming Pandemic Delays in Buffalo: City Scoop

    Dodge data on projected 2021 construction starts in the Buffalo area

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  • Safety for Sites, Restaurants: On the Scene New York

    Safety for Sites, Restaurants: On the Scene New York

    Events teach attendees about preventing COVID-19's spread

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  • U.K. Civil Engineers Group Proposes New Project Delivery Approach

    U.K. Civil Engineers Group Proposes New Project Delivery Approach

    The Institution of Civil Engineers report advocates a focus on systems engineering and systems integration.

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  • ENR Midwest Top Young Professionals

    ENR Midwest Top Young Professionals

    The Midwest's Top Young Pros are making change happen

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  • Suffolk Appoints Many: New York and New England People

    Suffolk Appoints Many: New York and New England People

    Updates about construction professionals in the New York and New England regions

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  • Natural Gas Gate Station Moved Ahead Despite COVID-19

    Natural Gas Gate Station Moved Ahead Despite COVID-19

    Grayslake Station already had a tight five-month construction schedule before the pandemic began

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  • Midwest People: Updates About Construction Professionals for January 2021

    Midwest People: Updates About Construction Professionals for January 2021

    Updates about construction professionals in the Midwest

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  • Fermilab's Integrated Engineering Research Center Is ‘Future Flexible’

    Fermilab's Integrated Engineering Research Center Is ‘Future Flexible’

    First new building in 50 years at Fermilab in Batavia, Ill., is built for the future

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  • Robert Halvorson’s Structural Legacy Continues

    Robert Halvorson’s Structural Legacy Continues

    WSP’s global structures leader leaves behind a résumé of innovative buildings and young engineers he mentored as he enters semiretirement

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  • Midwest City Scoop: Construction Starts in Omaha

    Midwest City Scoop: Construction Starts in Omaha

    Dodge data on projected 2021 construction starts in Omaha

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  • Midwest City Scoop: Construction Starts in Chicago

    Midwest City Scoop: Construction Starts in Chicago

    Value of new construction contracts expected to increase 5% this year

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  • Midwest On the Scene: January 2021

    Midwest On the Scene: January 2021

    On Jan. 5, the Structural Engineers Association of Illinois hosted its virtual January dinner meeting on Zoom.

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  • Unengaged Employees Sap Companies of Productivity, Innovation

    Unengaged Employees Sap Companies of Productivity, Innovation

    Noted organizational behavior researcher Romila Singh stressed factors that drive engineers to leave the industry, addressing ENR Groundbreaking Women in Construction conference.

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