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ISG opens new office in Minneapolis/St. Paul

ISG, a full service architecture, engineering, environmental and planning firm, opened a new office in Minneapolis/St. Paul. This becomes the seventh office location for ISG across Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin.

Team heads to Nepal to study seismic performance of buildings

After a magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal in late April, much of the country’s buildings were destroyed. But there were also several instances where one structure collapsed and another one, right next to it, did not. And that is why Andreas Stavridis, Ph.D., University at Buffalo assistant professor of civil, structural and environmental engineering, is traveling to Nepal with a team of researchers.

Houston METRO Purple Line opens (includes video)

Houston METRO’s Purple Line opened to great fanfare on May 23. The Purple Line begins in downtown Houston and runs along Capitol and Rusk southeast to the vicinity of Palm Center at MLK and Griggs, going through the center of one of Houston’s oldest African-American communities.

Nonresidential construction spending surges in April

Nonresidential spending expanded 3.2 percent on a monthly basis in April and spending totaled $646.7 billion on a seasonally adjusted, annualized basis, according to the government's initial estimate. Nonresidential construction is up by a solid 8.8 percent over the past year.

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