CH 150 Advances Worker Safety

CH 150 Advances Worker Safety  Editor: Debbie Reaney    The hilly topography and infamous, historic cobblestone streets of Seattle, WA have caused great distress for drivers for as long as cars have been in the city. Half of the 100 cobblestone streets still in use, some dating back 120 years, are historically preserved and thus narrow down options for transportation. Even if the remaining 50 were paved, the steepness of roads throughout the region as well ... Read more

Drilling Towards a Renewable Revolution

Drilling Towards a Renewable Revolution Non-Road Diesel Engine for Decarbonizing Road Use  Editor: Debbie Reaney    According to researchers, the world is creeping up on its carbon budget. Over the past decade, about 54 billion tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) has been emitted into the atmosphere; 85% of that amount is a result from burning fossil fuels in ways like heating our homes and running our vehicles. To help buy some time on the carbon clock, a joint ... Read more

East Side Coastal Resiliency Project (EXPANDED)

East Side Coastal Resiliency Project (EXPANDED)  Editor: Debbie Reaney  In 2012, Hurricane Sandy was the deadliest, most destructive, and strongest hurricane of the Atlantic hurricane season. It completely devastated the Northeast region, particularly New York City, its suburbs, and Long Island. Sandy's impacts included the flooding of the New York City Subway system, many suburban communities, and all the road tunnels entering Manhattan with the exception of the Linc ... Read more

CH 650 Signals a Faster Future for NYC Subway

CH 650 Signals a Faster Future for NYC Subway  Popular Transit System Undergoes Major Upgrades  Editor: Allison Braswell New York City is the city that never sleeps--and same goes for its world-famous and well-used public transit system. Every day, 268,000 suburbanites and sightseers ride the Eighth Avenue A/C/E subway lines between 59th Street in Manhattan and High Street in Brooklyn. The problem is, the Automatic Block Signaling currently being used by the su ... Read more

Drilling for Tranquility amid Turnpike Expansion

Drilling for Tranquility amid Turnpike Expansion Editor: Allison Braswell Four years after construction began, PennDOT has recently completed the first phase of their overhaul of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Major improvements so far include a second lane to the Turnpike ramps from northbound and southbound U.S. Route 1, the widening of Route 132 near the US. 1 Interchange, bridge and ramp replacements. All construction is expected to wrap up by mid-2026. While this new extra road spac ... Read more

Comacchio Drill for Earth Retention

Comacchio Drill for Earth Retention Culvert Replacement in the Queen City Editor: Allison Braswell    The City of Charlotte, NC is commencing their five-year mission to refine facilities and infrastructure for its ever-growing population. Funded by Mecklenburg County's Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), hundreds of construction projects taking place during fiscal years 2023-2027 will help the city keep pace with its growing community of over 1 million residents (about ... Read more

Comacchio MC28 Combats Cold Weather

Comacchio MC28 Combats Cold Weather  Keller Installs Ground Anchors for LNG Tanks  Editor: Allison Braswell    Wisconsin is infamous for its long, snowy, and freezing winters--a time when the demand for natural gas to heat homes is at its highest. Partially due to the economic recovery since the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. households can expect to pay around 54% more for natural gas this winter. Therefore, by storing it when demand is low in th ... Read more

ICE® Reintroduces Partner and Rig Training

ICE® Reintroduces Partner and Rig Training Editor: Debbie Reaney  Within a world of many choices, ICE® has developed a rigorous process to identify client necessity. Since 1974, the team has implemented small batch theory into our production facilitating client guided innovation and technologically advanced equipment. Choosing the right partner to enhance a one stop foundation and ground improvement service, sales and rentals team is key to staying on track with the Internationa ... Read more

Equipping Hospital to Combat Health Crises

Equipping Hospital to Combat Health Crises  Editor: Allison Braswell    It has never been more important than now to invest in healthcare infrastructure to strengthen efforts against current and future health crisis. Leaders at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC knew a solution was needed to adapt to the growing needs of this community. A new $450 million care tower was approved to be constructed at the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Cent ... Read more

Micropile Work on the FDR Bridge

Editor: Debbie Reaney  In 2012, Hurricane Sandy was the deadliest, most destructive, and strongest hurricane of the Atlantic hurricane season. It completely devastated the Northeast region, particularly New York City, its suburbs, and Long Island. Sandy's impacts included the flooding of the New York City Subway system, of many suburban communities, and of all road tunnels entering Manhattan except the Lincoln Tunnel. Forty-Four individuals lost their lives and $19 Million in dam ... Read more