Alfred Benesch & Company

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Serving a broad range of markets, Benesch has played a role in shaping our nation’s infrastructure and local communities for decades. We are client-focused – dedicated to providing responsive service and recruiting the very best talent to deliver project success. Benesch is ranked #132 in Engineering New Record’s Top 500 Design Firm listing, and has been recognized as one of the nation’s Top “Go-To” bridge design firms by Roads & Bridges magazine.

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6 WAYS THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK WILL AFFECT CONSTRUCTION

Construction Dive | March 13, 2020

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Three words stand out to construction attorney Steve Lesser when thinking about how U.S. contractors should react to the negative effects of the global coronavirus pandemic: Wait and see. Lesser, the chair of Becker’s construction law practice, said he thinks the best thing for contractors to do is nothing at all, as the fallout from the effects of COVID-19 on the U.S. is far from complete and no one can predict its full impact. The smart money rests on the principle that full speed ahead ...

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IN THIS NEW NEIGHBORHOOD, EVERY BUILDING WILL BE MADE ENTIRELY OUT OF WOOD

Fast Company | January 17, 2020

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In an effort to build a more sustainable future, architects and policy makers are nodding to the past with structures entirely made of timber. From a 70-story timber skyscraper in Tokyo to an all-wood, 200,000-plus square foot university residence hall in Arkansas, constructions that have eschewed steel and concrete for forest-grown materials have been sprouting up across the world. Next up in this timber trend: a Copenhagen neighborhood built fully with wood, with housing for 7,000 people, a sc...

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prweb | February 11, 2021

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Egnyte, the pioneer in cloud content joint effort and administration, today declared the arrival of Egnyte for Construction and Engineering, another stage to help development and designing (C&E) firms increment project efficiencies while additionally empowering an assortment of cloud-first cycles and encounters for customers, accomplices and representatives. “C&E companies have historically ranked among some of the least digitized businesses, representing a more than...

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The Engineer | March 05, 2020

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Engineering – a damn dirty job or an exciting and diverse career choice? Overcoming perceptions about engineering and what a career in the sector involves is half the battle in raising awareness and increasing uptake of subjects that lead into engineering and technology. This is a job that needs to be done on multiple levels – from raising awareness among influencers such as teachers and parents, to bringing the topic to schoolchildren as young as possible and inspiring them from the...

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6 WAYS THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK WILL AFFECT CONSTRUCTION

Construction Dive | March 13, 2020

Three words stand out to construction attorney Steve Lesser when thinking about how U.S. contractors should react to the negative effects of the global coronavirus pandemic: Wait and see. Lesser, the chair of Becker’s construction law practice, said he thinks the best thing for contractors to do is nothing at all, as the fallout from the effects of COVID-19 on the U.S. is far from complete and no one can predict its full impact. The smart money rests on the principle that full speed ahead ...

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IN THIS NEW NEIGHBORHOOD, EVERY BUILDING WILL BE MADE ENTIRELY OUT OF WOOD

Fast Company | January 17, 2020

In an effort to build a more sustainable future, architects and policy makers are nodding to the past with structures entirely made of timber. From a 70-story timber skyscraper in Tokyo to an all-wood, 200,000-plus square foot university residence hall in Arkansas, constructions that have eschewed steel and concrete for forest-grown materials have been sprouting up across the world. Next up in this timber trend: a Copenhagen neighborhood built fully with wood, with housing for 7,000 people, a sc...

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ENGINEERING TECH

TO SUPPORT THE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF THE CONSTRUCTION AND ENGINEERING INDUSTRY, EGNYTE LAUNCHES A UNIFIED CONTENT PLATFORM

prweb | February 11, 2021

Egnyte, the pioneer in cloud content joint effort and administration, today declared the arrival of Egnyte for Construction and Engineering, another stage to help development and designing (C&E) firms increment project efficiencies while additionally empowering an assortment of cloud-first cycles and encounters for customers, accomplices and representatives. “C&E companies have historically ranked among some of the least digitized businesses, representing a more than...

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CREATIVITY IS KEY TO INSPIRING TOMORROW’S ENGINEERS

The Engineer | March 05, 2020

Engineering – a damn dirty job or an exciting and diverse career choice? Overcoming perceptions about engineering and what a career in the sector involves is half the battle in raising awareness and increasing uptake of subjects that lead into engineering and technology. This is a job that needs to be done on multiple levels – from raising awareness among influencers such as teachers and parents, to bringing the topic to schoolchildren as young as possible and inspiring them from the...

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