Vertical plans for this hospital—one of the tallest in the US—rose to new heights thanks to a last-minute, $100 million grant.
The modern world is on the move. To keep up with millions of air passengers today means building an airport for tomorrow.
Stronger hurricanes are devastating coastal communities. In the aftermath, we act fast and get it done right to help rebuild. For the future, we are working to better protect them.
New technologies to protect buildings and critical infrastructure from seismic hazard may come from a surprising place: advances in metamaterial science, proven in the defense sector.
For facilities with a critical mission, security is paramount. With expertise in structural engineering and protective design, we make sure they’re safe.
Secure without obscuring. Protect without overpowering. For one of the most treasured national monuments in the US, our mission was to find just the right balance.
Constructed circa 1880 and designed by Henry H. Richardson, the Woburn Memorial Library combines wood, masonry and stone and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
On the afternoon of September 11, 2001 our engineers conducted an initial walk-through of the World Trade Center site with city officials to survey the situation and begin planning for widespread b