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TheStructuralEngineer.info is pleased to announce the February issue #92 of the monthly Newsletter ! 

A new pioneering technique in steel castings fabrication provides enhanced earthquake resistance and allows implementation of unique architectural designs. The new technique, initially developed in Canada is currently applied in many construction projects across the country and the U.S.

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A video with many of New Jersey's aging and deteriorating bridges was recently released to raise awareness to the area's infrastructure fate if the gas tax is not raised. In nearly 1.5 minutes, the video features images of bridge components 

Bridges and related technical works across 35 prefectures of Greece will be inspected and evaluated by Egnatia Odos S.A. in the following months.  The 1.1 million project involves the inspection and evaluation of 3,000 km of road network around the country. The collected data will be used for the creation of the National Archive of Bridges.

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Hayward Baker (HB) announces the opening of its new office in the Charleston metro area.

CEECareers.com has arguably become the most comprehensive directory of job openings in civil, environmental, and construction industry.

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The most complex public works project in California history - the Bay Bridge's new eastern span - will be finally declared complete in a few weeks. The area's landmark was based on a bold design that had never been tried on that scale and will now pass under the control of state and local authorities after 16 years of construction.