Category: Civil Engineering
May 31, 2020
6 Ways Every Company Can Streamline Its Workflow in 2020

Due to the current economic landscape, it is imperative that your company is optimized. The economy is screeching to a halt and nearly 40 million are unemployed. Many companies are laying off employees to keep profit margins intact. This means business operations have to do more with less. One way to achieve the same productivity […]

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May 28, 2020
Bulletproof Home Defense: All You Need to Know About Keeping Safe

  With crime increasing all over the world, people have come up with an array of protection and security solutions for their properties. A family’s number one priority is keeping safe. Not only securing the lives of the people living inside the property, but also protecting valuable goods inside. Read more about bulletproof home defense. […]

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May 25, 2020
Warehouse Structuring: All You Need to Know About the Spacious Structures

What is Warehouse Structuring? If your business includes storing goods and you want to make your storing system more organized, then you might want to choose a warehouse structure. You may already have a warehouse, but the structure would determine how your business works. There are different types of warehouse structures, and by “warehouse structure”, […]

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May 13, 2020
How to Go Solar: A Simple Guide for Homeowners

There are many different ways you can go solar at home. You should check out our guide here to learn more about how to go solar. The U.S. has enough solar power up and running to power 12.3 million homes, but solar only counts for about 1.6% of all U.S. energy production. There's still a […]

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April 28, 2020
7 Exciting Activities to Do on a Singapore Vacation

Singapore is one of the most beautiful and exotic destinations in the world. Check out some exciting activities to do on a Singapore vacation. Do you plan on becoming one of the 18.5 million tourists who visit Singapore each year? If so, doing research on the best things to do in Singapore ahead of time […]

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April 15, 2020
Benefits Of Using Compact Crawler Lifts

Unlike cats whose anatomical features allow them to climb any surface, humans are not very self-sufficient in that regard. The old-school method of using your fellow’s hands as a springboard to climb a wall may not work for reaching walls taller than a few meters. Humans invented ladders, but then the requirement for making tall […]

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March 18, 2020
5 Exceptional Places You Must Visit!

1. Thanda Island | Tanzania   Thanda Island situated off the shores of Tanzania is the creme da la creme of private island getaways. This little piece of paradise is just that: it’s the place to kick back and relax in ultimate luxury. Thanda Island offers stunning private accommodation a manor house/villa as well as […]

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November 11, 2019
Devil's Bridge Germany: Kromlau Bridge Rakotzbrücke

A "devil's bridge" is a term used for dangerous looking bridges throughout Europe that were built during the Medieval Time (1000-1600 A.D.). Devil's Bridge Germany is one great piece of architecture. The Devil's Bridge has been a term attributed to these skimpy yet strong bridges because the construction of them seemed so impossible that only […]

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November 9, 2019
Chicago Architecture Versus New York Architecture

Comparing Architecture of Two Prominent American Cities Take a look at two very large metropolitan areas in the United States, Chicago and New York. They are very different in life style, charm, and architecture, but at the same time are very similar. There are so many different aspects to consider when comparing and contrasting two […]

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September 20, 2019
What you need to know about historical natural gas prices in Alberta

What You Need to Know About Historical Natural Gas Prices In Alberta You can access and study the historical pricing for Direct Energy natural gas in Alberta at any time and it reveals some interesting facts. Keep reading to learn all of the good things you can determine by historical pricing figures. The Price for […]

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September 10, 2019
What To Know About SHIPCO Pumps

Some businesses need pumps. They are special machines meant to transport liquids. You have probably seen some of them. They can be quite big. There are so many different types. It all depends on what you’re searching for. Like all machines, they can cost a lot. So, you shouldn’t be taken by surprise when you […]

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June 21, 2019
5 things to do in San Jose

San Jose is the capital of Costa Rica. Although it is not its main attraction, it is worth knowing some of the treasures of the most important city in the country. You will not be short of things to do in San Jose: from strolling down Central Avenue to disconnecting in La Sabana. In this […]

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July 23, 2015
Capturing the Architectural Significance of Chicago's "L" Trains
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January 26, 2015
Scary Trains that Share the Road With Drivers
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September 10, 2014
A Civil Engineering Internship Experience

Just Some Hands On Work Before You Launch You Career When looking for an internship, many people look for one that concerns their professional field, pays well, and is fairly close. Being able to advance your skills in your own professional area is amazing and even better when you can get a salary as well. […]

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December 27, 2013
AT&T Stadium (Home of the NFL Cowboys) Architecture, Texas

The AT&T Stadium is the most expensive sports complex in the world. Originally estimated to cost $650 million, the stadium's current construction cost was $1.15 billion. It is located in Arlington Texas. It is the official home of the Cowboys of the NFL. The original stadium was completed in 1971 and completely renovated in 2005-2009. The stadium […]

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December 10, 2013
Chicago's Heroin Highway Is a Real Problem

How a Major Chicago Interstate Allows Drug Trade to Prosper Have you ever wondered how drugs appear in new and unexpected places everyday? One answer: easy access and transportation. One new place the drug heroin has become extremely prevalent is the suburbs of Chicago. Many families have turned to reliable rehab centers in order to […]

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October 7, 2013
Most Affordable Cities in the United States

Where are the cheapest cities in the United States? Have you ever wondered what U.S. cities have the lowest cost of living? The Council for Community and Economic Research studied the after tax prices of common things in over 300 United States urban areas. The council dealt with calculating over 40,000 prices. Some of the […]

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May 23, 2013
Hwy 101: The Ultimate California Road Trip

Introduction: Hwy 101 Over the summer I had a chance to understand the Golden State of mind by visiting California. The trip consisted of various stops mainly along the Pacific coastline. The vacation started after landing at LAX in Los Angeles. The sun shinning into the windows of the plane during landing gave me a […]

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December 31, 2012
Diverging Diamond Interchange: The Ultimate Guide

Here is a little something for you Civil Engineers and Road "Architects". Transportation and infrastructure in the modern world advances everyday. We see examples while driving, flying, and even biking around our cities, towns, and villages. Keeping traffic to a minimum for CE's is as vital as CAD to an architect. Civil engineers attempt to […]

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November 9, 2012
The Bloomingdale Rail Line Converted Into Greenway/Linear Park Chicago

Transforming retired railroad lines is a new trend within cities. As you might remember the same type of transformation also took place in New York: Click here to see the post. CDOT, along with numerous community partners, is constructing the Bloomingdale Trail and Park-- a multi-use linear park that will be the first of its […]

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July 11, 2012
Contemporaine Building Downtown Chicago

Introduction Let me introduce you to the Contemporaine Building located in River North Downtown Chicago. Construction for this building started in 2002 and was finalized in 2004. In 2005 the building won an Honor Award for Outstanding Architecture from the American Institute of Architects National Body. In my opinion, this was well-deserved. As you can […]

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