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Separating facts from earthquake fiction in San Andreas, the movie

The latest disaster movie, San Andreas, has drawn considerable attention, especially when coupled with the real-life earthquake disaster that struck Nepal April 25 and the magnitude 4.8 gentle-reminder earthquake 100 miles north of Las Vegas that rattled homes and highways throughout the valley on May 22.

CFSEI announces 2015 Design Excellence Award winners

The Cold-Formed Steel Engineers Institute (CFSEI) presented three Design Excellence Awards recognizing small and large projects that exemplify excellence in the structural design of new or renovated structures utilizing cold-formed steel products.

Thornton Tomasetti opens office in Seattle

Thornton Tomasetti announced its expansion into the Pacific Northwest with the opening of a new office in Seattle. Greg Briggs, P.E., S.E., LEED AP, has joined the firm as principal and will oversee the Seattle office.

WateReuse announces 2015 research program

The WateReuse Board of Directors recently approved funding for 13 new research projects valued at nearly $6 million, all designed to improve the treatment, distribution, and acceptance of recycled water.

Nonresidential construction continues on growth path

The nonresidential construction sector continues to grow at a solid pace, reflecting 18 months of improving activity despite rising costs of construction materials and labor and a slight decline in regional economies where most construction activity is taking place, according to the FMI Nonresidential Construction Index Report (NRCI) for Q2 2015.

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