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Can you dig it? Infrastructure and past archaeological mistakes

In this series of blog posts Ellie Dewdney will be keeping you up to date with current issues that could affect Britain’s most special places and what the National Trust are doing to preserve these national treasures. 719 more words

Planning

Can you dig it? Infrastructure and archaeology

In this series of blog posts Ellie Dewdney will be keeping you up to date with current issues that could affect Britain’s most special places and what the National Trust are doing to preserve these national treasures. 674 more words

National Trust

Mike Honnold pedals the Netherlands (and returns to Peoria)

Mike Honnold is a Caterpillar engineer based in Peoria. A member of Bike Peoria and former president of the Illinois Valley Wheelm’n (the “e” is non-existent), he rides thousands of miles each year. 2,824 more words

Report From The Road

So What Are We Really Getting Here?

I’d heard that the Burbank Airport’s new Regional Intermodal Transportation Center opened some weeks ago, and I’d been meaning to check it out. This morning I went over and took a few photos. 422 more words

Infrastructure

Proof of concept

I recall a quote from the cold war era when Nikita Kruschev was supposed to have asked “how many divisions did the Pope had under his command?” This was basically a challenge to the Pope after the latter made some statements regarding the Soviet Union and its military action in Eastern Europe and elsewhere. 481 more words

Governance

Exploding Pipes in the City of Angels

The infrastructure of the U.S. has been in severe need of investment for more than 30 years and the estimated cost of finally doing something about it continues to grow. 434 more words

Clean Water

5 Critical Assessment Questions for Design Safety

Hello, I hope everyone is doing well.  Work has slowed down for me a bit, but I did go on a site visit recently where our firm inspected a floor structure collapse.   550 more words

Engineer