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Crews hoisted a wooden beam into place on the giant metal canopy which will be the centerpiece of the park. The contractor calls this “an engineering marvel that no one has ever seen in Memphis before.”
When each of the 500-ton, 11,000-sq-ft floorplates are ready to be lifted, they’re raised by eight strand jacks, with a capacity of about 200 tons apiece, staged on the ground with pulley systems at the top.
The airport's extensive modernization project focused on creating larger energy efficient spaces that enhance the passenger experience and making some necessary seismic upgrades to the 350,000-square-foot facility.
Move over skyscrapers. One of the hottest property sectors today is data centers. Senior Associate Karen Grossett outlines some of the key factors influencing data center design, including flexibility, efficiency and sustainability.
Construction on Pittsburgh International Airport’s Terminal Modernization Program took off with a groundbreaking ceremony on October 14 attended by members of our structural engineering and sustainability teams.
When COVID-19 cases surged in the spring of 2020, and again last winter, our engineers, scientists and programmers lent a hand. Here are a few of the ways we helped our clients and communities meet some immediate challenges.