Volume: 6, Issue: 20 - 05/19/2017
Atlanta’s traffic is always problematic, but consider how much worse it was when a bridge of a major highway recently caught fire which forced 243,000 people to find alternate routes for several months. Read more.
Volume: 6, Issue: 19 - 05/12/2017
The Salesforce Tower, near completion, rises 61 stories over the city’s Financial District, making it the tallest building west of Chicago that’s capable of being occupied. Click to learn more.
Volume: 6, Issue: 18 - 05/05/2017
MIT Media Lab introduces a new digital construction platform (DCP) that is a “robot arm that uses additive construction techniques to build large structures safely and quickly. Read more.
Volume: 6, Issue: 17 - 04/28/2017
A ground breaking took place this week for the new luxury hotel that will go up at the Johnson Controls Pro Football Hall of Fame Village in Canton, OH. The 243-room, 345,000-square-foot hotel is scheduled to open in 2019. Read more.
Volume: 6, Issue: 16 - 04/21/2017
Claimed to be the largest private development in the U.S. - $20 Billion - and creating 23,000 construction jobs, the Hudson Yards project in New York City is well under way. Check out this timelapse and other videos of the project. Read more.
Volume: 6, Issue: 15 - 04/14/2017
Volume: 6, Issue: 14 - 04/07/2017
The Big Bertha saga on the Seattle Viaduct Replacement project has come to an end as the tunnel boring machine broke through the final three feet into the disassembly area. Read more.
Volume: 6, Issue: 13 - 03/31/2017
Covered previously here in ConstructionPro Week (Nov. 2015 and Oct. 2016), the Mercedes-Benz stadium is taking its final shape in preparation for completion this summer. Read more.
Volume: 6, Issue: 12 - 03/24/2017
The Tottenham Hotspur (Spurs) of the English Premier Soccer League has a new stadium under construction. The 61,000-seat stadium, set to be complete for the 2018-2019 season, will also be hosting two National Football League (NFL) games per year, featuring tailgate parties and American food. Read more.
Volume: 6, Issue: 11 - 03/17/2017
The Seattle DOT released a 5-minute 360-degree video of the SR99 viaduct replacement project that features the Big Bertha tunneling machine, covered here in ConstructionPro Week several times in the past few years. Read more.