Structural News

USGBC ranks Top 10 Countries for LEED

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) announced its international rankings of the Top 10 Countries for LEED. The Top 10 list highlights countries outside of the U.S. that are making significant strides in sustainable building design, construction and transformation.

One WTC Receives CTBUH 2015 Best Tall Building Award

One World Trade Center (WTC) was awarded the 2015 Best Tall Building Award for the U.S. from The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. WSP served as structural engineer for the 104-story office tower on behalf of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

Experts focus on corrosion protection for Bay Bridge tower anchor rods

In a nondescript construction trailer at the foot of the Bay Bridge, a panel of world-leading engineers and scientists has spent the last two days poring over reams of data and listening to hours of presentations from Caltrans bridge builders, seeking the best way to protect hundreds of anchor rods at the base of the Bay Bridge’s iconic white tower.

PS&S expands in Cherry Hill

Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor (PS&S) announced its continued expansion in Southern New Jersey with the addition of three architects, formally of Moorestown-based Costanza Spector Clauser Architects.

AISI and SMDI launch #SummerOfSteel Roadtrip campaign

The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) and the Steel Market Development Institute (SMDI), a business unit of AISI, announced the launch of the #SummerOfSteel Roadtrip social media campaign promoting steel messaging through a digital “road trip” across North America.

Experts advise immediate actions on Bay Bridge anchor rod testing plans

Acting on the advice of a specially convened panel of experts, the chief engineer of the Bay Bridge will ask an oversight board to begin taking steps toward providing long-term protection for a network of more than 400 anchor rods beneath the span’s iconic tower. Although the recently convened panel has many weeks of work ahead of it, the internationally renowned scientists and engineers agreed that Caltrans should take certain immediate actions.

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