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There are Roman concrete breakwaters built more than 1,500 years ago that still stand strong, maybe even stronger now than they were back then. A team of scientists from USA, China and Italy have discovered the recipe of the Roman concrete: a mix of volcanic ash, lime (calcium oxide), seawater and lumps of volcanic rock. Their findings could help today's builders construct durable marine structures.

Pipeline Screw Anchors provide an excellent answer for stabilization of oil, gas, and other pipelines.

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Designed by architects Alison and Peter Smithson during the 1960s and completed in 1972, Robin Hood Gardens is considered by some people as one of the most important post-war Britain's social housing development. However, it is set to be demolished in the coming weeks to make way for a suite of new housing blocks.

The new office supports Hayward Baker customers in the Carolinas region, providing comprehensive geotechnical construction solutions and enhanced services.

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It should be able to support the transition period and become the basis for the future, fully automated, transport systems

TheStructuralEngineer.info is excited to announce the June Newsletter Issue#111

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Tuesday, 27 June 2017 10:33

Mark Koelling Receives Distinguished Service Award Featured

Mark Koelling, PE is one of this year's recipients of the Distinguished Services Awards from the ASCE Seattle Section Geotechnical Group and Seattle Geo-Institute Chapter.

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