A new offshore wind substation in Wallingford, Conn., aims to help bring down the energy sector’s carbon emissions, by contributing to the U.S. federal government’s goal to achieve a clean power target of 30 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind generation capacity by 2030.
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has awarded two California projects its San Francisco section 2022 project awards: outstanding geotechnical award for YouTube’s HQ in San Bruno, and outstanding seismic retrofit award for Riverside Elementary in San Pablo.
Denver International Airport (DEN), the U.S.’s largest airport, and one of world’s busiest, recently opened its new Concourse A-West, built to reach the goal of increasing the airport’s overall gate capacity by 30 percent, and expanding the annual traffic to the airport to 100 million within the next decade.
Stantec, a global leader in sustainable architecture, interior design, and engineering, has signed a letter of intent to acquire L2P, a 40-person Philadelphia-based architecture, interior design, and planning firm.
University of Nevada, Reno recently got a Large-Scale Laminar Soil Box System, an experimental facility for analyzing the complex interactions between structural systems, such as buildings and bridges, and the surrounding soil during an earthquake.
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