Construction And Engineering

Saudis say they don't want war, but will defend themselves

May 19, 2019

A top Saudi diplomat says the kingdom does not want war but will defend itself, amid a recent spike in tensions with archrival Iran

I.M. Pei, architect who designed Louvre Pyramid, dies at 102

May 17, 2019

I.M. Pei, the globe-trotting architect who revived the Louvre museum in Paris with a giant glass pyramid and captured the spirit of rebellion at the multi-shaped Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, has died at age 102

Trump's election has boosted Israeli settlement construction

May 14, 2019

Israel's government went on spending binge in West Bank settlements after Trump was elected, data shows

Descendants honor Chinese workers on railroad's 150th year

May 9, 2019

Descendants of Chinese laborers are paying homage to their ancestors on the 150th anniversary of the Transcontinental Railroad

The Latest: Chinese rail workers hailed at anniversary event

May 9, 2019

Several thousand train lovers have gathered in Utah to catch a glimpse of a pair of restored 1940s-era steam engines and celebrate the 150th anniversary of the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad

Refurbished 'Big Boy' locomotive fires up crowds in US West

May 7, 2019

A massive steam locomotive has roared back to life after five years of restoration work.

Communities hit by gas blasts get $80M to fix infrastructure

May 7, 2019

The utility blamed for a series of natural gas explosions in Massachusetts in September has agreed to pay $80 million to three communities to cover the costs of repairing roads and other infrastructure torn up during restoration efforts

Correction: Destined to Burn-New Homes story

May 7, 2019

Correction: Destined to Burn-New Homes story

USS Missouri undergoes restoration ahead of war anniversary

May 6, 2019

A section of the USS Missouri is being repaired as part of a $3 million restoration project to address rust and other deterioration on the Pearl Harbor memorial ahead of the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II

Records: Cracks in Miami bridge grew 'daily' before collapse

May 6, 2019

Just hours before a pedestrian bridge collapsed and killed six people at a Miami university, engineers confirmed that cracks in the concrete structure "increased in length daily."

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