ENR - Construction, Building & Engineering News
FHWA Collects State DOT Data To Build New Bridge Inspection System
MAP-21 required states to begin last October collecting element-level data on their bridges and to begin reporting that element-level data to the FHWA in April.
New Zealand''s $1B Highway Job Resumes After Concrete Error
Work halted in April on Auckland interchange after batch plant mishap produced substandard mix; project will stay on track, say officials.
Pay and Diversity Gaps Challenge HR Managers to Boost Role
Human resource directors are urged to increase their visibility and influence to top bosses.
Richard Arber, 68, Was a Pioneer in Water Reuse
Engineer was involved in numerous state-of-the-art projects in a 48-year career.
Construction Week: Live World War II Bomb Halts Project in London
WWII bomb found at London construction site; megaprojects boost April''s construction numbers.
Low and Slow: Halfway There, An Updated Route Map
An updated itinerary for the Low and Slow tour.
Preparing for the Next Big Storm: T&D''s New Reality
Transmission and distribution infrastructure in North America is in the midst of a major shift. An industry that historically has designed to meet the lifespan of its equipment now must refocus that design on the growing challenges of resilience and reliability.
Low and Slow: City, Arch, River
Moving west across the country, Aileen and Dan visit the the CityArchRiver 2015 project in St. Louis.
The Top 400 Contractors: Focusing on Processes
Contractors Stay Mean and Lean Despite Growing Market.
ENR Staff Send-Off at NYC''s Penn Station for Low & Slow TourStories 1 - 10 of 1398
Staff members of ENR turned out on May 15 to say bon voyage to the stars of our "Low & Slow Across America''s Infrastructure" tour and pose for a group photo in front of New York City''s Pennsylvania Station.