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Upon its completion in 1935, the Buzzards Bay Railroad Bridge was the longest vertical lift bridge in the world. Constructed with funds from the National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933 to help provide... Read More
In order to install underpinning through a forest of timber piles, designers used a finite element model and the rigidity of the structure itself to move or delete foundation elements while still meeting... Read More
What does it take to upgrade terminal roadways-while maintaining operations-at one of the country's busiest airports? Stantec's Nick Scenna discusses the Terminal B Entrance Roadways Project at Boston... Read More
CHA Consulting, Inc. (CHA) was retained by the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) to develop Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC) techniques for the rapid replacement of Bridge No. 078101,... Read More
Strategically located at the south end of Lake Champlain and serving as a check point between the St. Lawrence Valley and Hudson River Valley in upstate New York, Fort Ticonderoga served an important... Read More
Fall in Boston usually brings familiar sights – fallen leaves on the Common, seasonal flavors returning to Dunkin Donuts and Starbucks, and moving vans getting stuck on Storrow Drive as students return... Read More
Located on the campus of Merrimack College in North Andover, the Moseley Wrought Iron Arch Bridge, also known as the Upper Pacific Mills Bridge, is the oldest iron bridge in Massachusetts and one of... Read More
While the subject of this month’s edition of Historic New England Infrastructure is a result of our natural world and not a manmade engineered structure, the story of the City of Boston’s first water... Read More
Learn from the largest COVID-19 wastewater monitoring operation in Europe, and how it is being deployed in some communities in New England to anticipate the pandemic and save lives. Read More
As with any school complex, heavy traffic during peak drop-off and pick-up hours can cause problem. Find out why we used drone imagery to propose improvements that address both traffic congestion and... Read More
Understanding complex site evaluation assessments for environmental remediation requires a significant volume of diverse data, which needs to be gathered through long-term and continuous monitoring.... Read More
Construction of a large building project in Boston requires thoughtful collaboration between the Design and Construction team from project inception through completion. Keller North America, Inc. (Keller)... Read More
Stantec-designed Park at Amethyst in Portland, Maine, creates welcoming waterfront retreat adjacent to the Eastern Promenade Trail. The new park, the first to be added to the city-wide network in many... Read More
During the early years of our country, overland transportation was both very expensive and required more intensive labor than moving goods via waterways. Due to the additional travel related expenses,... Read More
Geothermal heat pump systems are one of the most efficient and sustainable energy systems and offer benefits including life-cycle cost savings, low maintenance, year-round comfort, and quiet operation.... Read More
While the New Bedford Hurricane Barrier isn’t necessarily “historic,” it's still an incredibly interesting and important structure that’s provided storm surge protection to one of the nation’s busiest... Read More
The bridge carrying Route 44 over Route 24 in Raynham, MA, is a critical asset within the local and regional transportation networks, providing a regional link between Providence, RI, and Southeast... Read More
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