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TYLin | December 22, 2022
TYLin, a globally recognized, full-service infrastructure consulting firm, announced today it is expanding its water and wastewater capabilities in North America with the acquisition of Chicago-based Greeley and Hansen, a leading water infrastructure engineering firm known for creating some of the world’s largest and first-of-its-kind water and wastewater treatment facilities in the U.S. and Latin America. Greeley and Hansen will continue to go to market as Greeley and Hansen, A TYLin Comp...
Hill International | March 23, 2022
Hill International delivering the infrastructure of change, announced today it was selected by City Edge Development on behalf of New Urban Communities Authority (NUCA) to provide Construction Management services for its flagship mixed-use project in the New Alamein City, North Coast, Egypt. The project is one of the most prominent developments in New Alamein City and will feature three residential towers, a commercial tower, and a hospitality tower, each ranging from 30-40 floors. The Hill Inte...
GRBJ | February 17, 2020
Prefabrication, also referred to as off-site construction, allows various building elements to be manufactured and assembled in a factory and then erected on a construction site. Anything from light fixtures to whole multilevel exterior walls can be prefabricated. Although this process is not new to construction, the way prefabrication is being used has drastically streamlined the building process. The facade at Western Michigan University’s Arcadia Flats serves as an example. Triangle Ass...
Savannah Morning News | February 18, 2020
Georgia’s timber industry, which already tops the nation in a number of categories, may get a boost from new technology that lets developers construct mid-rise office buildings made mostly of wood. The General Assembly is considering legislation asking the state Department of Community Affairs to recommend whether Georgia should adopt a provision in the International Building Code that allows buildings constructed of mass timber to rise as high as 18 stories. The state building code limits...
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