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Green Design for Korea Hydro Nuclear Headquarters
Tuesday, 06.26.2012, 01:55am

H Architecture releases plans for a green-roofed, mixed-use research center
Data-Driven Cities   Heartland Expressway to cost $500M over 20 years

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Football island
Wednesday, 06.20.2012, 04:05am
Real Madrid builds $1bn island resort in UAE
Can China Build the World's Tallest Tower in 3 Months?
Final warm ups for Euro 2012
   
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WSP bought by Canadian consultant for £278m
Tuesday, 06.12.2012, 02:13am
Canadian engineering consultant Genivar has agreed to buy UK consultant WSP in a deal worth £278 million.
2012 London Olympics: Architects Grapple With Publicity Clampdown
US billings index falls for first time in five months
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Newsmaker: Toni L.Griffin
Friday, 06.08.2012, 02:44am
The noted urban planner is heading up the new Bond Design Center at the City College of New York.
Future Architects Brace for Major Hike in Student Loan Interest Rates
Study examines violations in developing natural gas in Pennsylvania's Marcellus shale
   
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Offshore wind industry to slash costs by over 30% in next seven years in UK
Thursday, 06.14.2012, 02:18am
A new report launched today by the industry-led Offshore Wind Cost Reduction Task Force shows that the UK is on course to reduce the cost of electricity from offshore wind substantially over the next seven years
U.S. Green Building Council announces changes to LEED 2012
Global water shortages emerge as engineers’ greatest concern
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South Africa, Australia to Split SKA Telescope Site
Saturday, 05.26.2012, 12:18pm
The Square Kilometer Array - the world's largest radio telescope - will be shared between the two construction sites
Industry growth continues in Brazil
Report highlights critical issues for hydraulic fracturing
   
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New Mexico's Scientific Ghost Town
Tuesday, 06.12.2012, 02:22am
A mock-city for 35,000 non-residents is being built in the desert to test innovative infrastructure technologies
Offshore Drilling Could Become Safer With New “Smart Cement”
Renderplas makes Shadow Gaps simpler with new PVCu profiles
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In Los Angeles, Grimshaw and Gruen on Track to Win $4 Million Union Station Contract
Monday, 06.25.2012, 07:28am
The L.A. Metropolitan Transportation Authority staff has recommended a master plan by UK-based Grimshaw Architects and local firm Gruen Associates.
Moving on From Boston's Big Dig
Transport for London efficiency programme running ahead of schedule
   
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National Stadium in Addis Ababa by LAVA
Saturday, 06.23.2012, 02:39am
LAVA Architectural practice in collaboration with Ethiopian practice JDAW, have won a competition to design the ‘National Stadium and sports village’ in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Velo Towers, South Korea : Seoul Skyscrapers
Block H by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
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Alexandre Gustave Eiffel
Friday, 05.18.2012, 03:18am
Alexandre Gustave Eiffel  (December 15, 1832 – December 27, 1923) was a French civil engineering and architect.  He is best known for the world-famous Eiffel Tower, built for the 1889 Universal Exposition in Paris, Fance.
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List of famous civil engineers all around the world
   
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References for Young Modulus - Modulus of Elasticity
Wednesday, 09.14.2011, 09:35am
To describe elastic properties of linear objects like wires, rods, or columns which are stretched or compressed, a convenient parameter is the ratio of the stress to the strain, a parameter called the "Young's modulus" or "Modulus of Elasticity" of the material. Young's modulus can be used to predict the elongation or compression of an object as long as the stress is less than the yield strength of the material.
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Sunday, 06.12.2011, 05:02am
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