How New Technology Saved an Old Bridge

How New Technology Saved an Old Bridge

By John Schneidawind  For Ken Butler, senior vice president and chief bridge engineer at AECOM, restoring the nearly 90-year-old Arlington Memorial Bridge was like restoring a priceless antique.  The National Park Service-owned span was so deteriorated it ranked among...
ARTBA’s Dave Bauer on ‘American Jobs Plan’

ARTBA’s Dave Bauer on ‘American Jobs Plan’

Please attribute the following statement on President Joe Biden’s “American Jobs Plan” to American Road & Transportation Builders (ARTBA) President and CEO Dave Bauer: It is only fitting President Joe Biden announces his transportation investment plan in...
Vermont Bridge Project Nears Summer Completion

Vermont Bridge Project Nears Summer Completion

By Mark Holan, editorial director, ARTBA Crews are on target to complete the southbound span of the I-91 Rockingham Bridges project in Vermont by early summer, design-build engineer and ARTBA member firm HDR says.  The $50 million Vermont Agency of Transportation...
Transitioning from Plan Sheets to BIM & 3D Design

Transitioning from Plan Sheets to BIM & 3D Design

By Mark Holan, editorial director, ARTBA The continued adoption of building information modeling (BIM), 3D design, and digital delivery means transportation design and construction professions should be prepared for a sea change in how they develop and utilize project...
$1.6 Billion Train Annex Opens in New York City

$1.6 Billion Train Annex Opens in New York City

By Mark Holan, editorial director, ARTBA ARTBA member firm Skanska and other private partners and public agencies on New Year’s Day opened the $1.6 billion Moynihan Train Hall, an annex to Manhattan’s Penn Station. It is in the former James A. Farley Post Office...