Hong Kong International Airport’s Trenchless Pipeline Installation Wins International Award
The International Society for Trenchless Technology has selected the Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) Installation at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) to receive the 2018 No-Dig Award in the Project Award category.
How to select the right Land Surveyor for you!
Selecting the right Land Surveyor for the job is very important! There are several things that you need to consider when making your decision.
Turning The Ship Around? Teekay Offshore Partners Worth A Look In 2019
Teekay Offshore Partners' L.P. units have performed poorly in 2018, and this once $35+ stock is selling below $2/unit. New sponsorship by Brookfield Business Pa
How to Settle Property Disputes through Land Surveying
Hiring a land surveying company is the only legally acceptable way of settling property disputes. Learn how to handle such disputes today.
How Do Land Surveyors Establish Boundary Lines?
In order to define property boundary lines, homeowners should enlist the services of land surveying companies.
Watching Philly Grocery Shoppers Is Changing How Cities Build Supermarkets
The city that pioneered incentives for supermarkets in underserved areas is learning that solving food access problems requires working closely with communities.
Chicago Bike Week aims to build a community around personal health and environmentalism
This Friday, June 16, marks the start of Chicago Bike Week. This week of bicycle-centric programming dates back to 1991, when the Chicago Bicycle Federation first launched the campaign. The followi…
How drones are advancing civil engineering and surveying
Drones mean a quantum leap for surveying. They provide eyes that can reach and hover above specific sites. Their height and cameras can be adjusted remotely. And, equipped with sensors, they can measure, transmit and store data.
How to create a Killer Engineering Resume
ERG, Inc offers their tips for creating a killer engineering resume and landing your next contract!
How Origami Is Informing Structural Engineering
An emerging design technique is based on a centuries-old Japanese art form.