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1953 AEC London Bus

Early double-deckers put the driver in a separate cab. Passenger access was via an open platform at the rear, and a bus conductor would collect fares.

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New Trends Encourage AutoCAD Adoption and Market Growth

Computer-assisted design software has been a staple within the architecture, engineering and construction community for decades. These platforms hit the market back in the 1980s and made an immediate impact, The New York Times reported. 493 more words

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Road Trip in One of the Most Dangerous Highway in the World (Halsema Highway)

The Philippines Most Dangerous Road has very beautiful and scenic views but also is very dangerous for the drivers and the commuters who always have to pass this road. 185 more words

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Addressing Lead in the Workplace

Workers within the industrial and construction sectors regularly encounter one serious workplace health hazard: lead. In fact, an estimated 1.6 million are exposed to the toxic alloy every year, according to research from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. 306 more words

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Just Released: Natural Gas Systems - Sizing and Design Consideration

RedVector is happy to announce this one-hour mobile-ready webcast course!  This course is authored by our subject-matter expert Mr. Bob Hazelton, PE, who came to us with over 40 years of mechanical engineering experience. 223 more words

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Design and Construction Firms Continue to Address Climate Change

Organizations across most sectors have grappled with climate change in recent years. Construction firms are no different. Many have begun adopting new workflows and sourcing green materials to promote sustainability and shrink their environmental footprints. 533 more words

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002 - Training: Craftsmanship in a Model

Let’s talk about craft for a minute. As a BIM professional working in the AEC Industry, I am fully aware of the belief that computers and especially BIM are bringing about the end of craft and thoughtful design. 474 more words

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