By: Raul Bracamontes
This is Part One of a two-part series on potential causes of problems in concrete and shotcrete.
By: Mick Haggerty
Oroville Dam, built in 1957, is an earth-filled embankment dam located on the Feather River, east of the city of Oroville, CA, in the Sierra Nevada foothills east of the Sacramento Valley.
MAPEI?s Underground Technology Team (UTT) provides the construction market with a range of products dedicated to underground construction work.
By: Lawrence Klein
The uniqueness of the David Geffen Theater and the May Company building, the Saban Building, dates back to 1939.
By: Jamie Curtis and Yann Curtis
The Northeast Community Skatepark in Frisco, TX, is a destination-scale, all-wheeled sports facility catering to skateboards, bikes, inline skates, and scooters.
By: Ashley Cruz
The Queens Midtown Tunnel (QMT) is a twin-tube, tolled, four-lane highway that serves over 90,000 vehicles each day.
By: John Becker and Randle Emmrich
As part of the DC Clean Rivers Project ? Division 1 Main Pumping Station Diversions, the Tiber Creek trunk sewer was designated to receive a new structural liner in a 122 ft (37 m) section near the intersection of New Jersey Ave. and Tingey St. in southeast Washington, DC.
Flooding is a temporary overflow of water onto land that is normally dry. Floods are the most common natural disaster in the United States.
By: Ray Schallom III
Decades ago, a seasoned carpenter showed me how to tie 2x4s and reinforcing bar together so I could lower it down a shaft without losing the load.
By: Liam Ireland
Concrete marine structures include dams, canals, docks, piers, and seawalls that are regularly exposed to either fresh or salt water.
By: Western Shotcrete Equipment
Western Shotcrete Equipment has been a leader in shotcrete pumping technology for over 30 years.
By: Bill Drakeley and Kerri Allmer
If you?re anything like me, you have probably asked yourself, ?Why bother with award programs??
By: Shaun M. Radomski, Dudley R. (Rusty) Morgan, Lihe (John) Zhang, and David Graham
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is engaged in structural modifications to the reinforced concrete draft tube exits from the turbines in the Ice Harbor Lock and Dam located on the Snake River near Burbank, WA.