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Honoring the commitment of federal engineers to innovation...

source: NSPE

In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, commercial real estate industry experts predicted that businesses would increasingly move toward a hub-and-spoke office model. Many employees had moved away from central office locations—large urban hubs—so they...

source: Building Design + Construction

The number of people living in cities could increase to 80% of the total population by 2100. That could require more new construction between now and 2050 than all the construction done since the start of the industrial revolution.

source: Building Design + Construction

The U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration announced recently the availability of $6.5 million in funding for research of innovative transit bus automation demonstration projects that will improve safety and efficiency. "This funding opportunity...

source: Roads & Bridges

As the timelines for digital transformation initiatives accelerate, the promise of artificial intelligence and machine learning is top of mind across the public sector. From increased flexibility, to automation, efficiency and...

source: Nextgov

Jet skis look great in spy movies, but for actual military use, they have some big drawbacks. They’re noisy gas-guzzlers and inconvenient aboard a warship, which must find a safe and secure place to store their fuel.

source: Nextgov


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