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    State of Disrepair member content locked

    The Morandi Bridge collapse last year in Genoa, Italy left 43 people dead. The disaster drew attention to a global problem: Aging bridges are in urgent need of repair, if not outright replacement.…

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    Celebrating Smaller Delays member content locked

    Schedule overruns affected nearly 30 percent of Indian infrastructure projects monitored by the government in 2014. By 2018, that had dropped to under 20 percent, even as the number of initiatives…

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    Cleaning Spree member content locked

    By Parsi, Novid India is building roughly 62,000 toilets a day. As part of the US$29 billion Clean India program, the government's toilet-building project—the largest such effort ever--aims to build 111 million…

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    The Big Grapple member content locked

    The United States' most heavily used rail system is in a state of crisis. The subway in New York, New York sees more than 5 million daily riders. But it's in massive disrepair, with roughly 76,000…

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    By Ali, Ambreen As the desire for new tech piles up, so does the electrical and electronic waste. The amount of e-waste is expected to increase to 52.2 million metric tons a year by 2021, up from 44.7 million…

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    Dubai soon won't just be a city pushing buildings to new heights—it'll also be a place where project teams have to go 3D to reduce labor and materials costs. The government announced it intends for…

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    Global Power Play registered user content locked

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Japan's power companies can now look abroad for project opportunities. The country's government is set to loosen a rule preventing the companies from getting involved in overseas energy…

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    A Taxing Plan registered user content locked

    U.S. taxpayers aren't the only ones who need help dealing with the new tax codes. The government's Internal Revenue Service (IRS) launched a US$291 million program earlier this year to update…

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    By Fister Gale, Sarah Ports are often the economic epicenter of a city or town, linking urban commerce and production to vast shipping routes and the global trade economy. But as cargo ships get bigger and the technology…

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    Absolute Zero registered user content locked

    By Ali, Ambreen The energy efficiency bar keeps rising. For many organizations, the future of building construction is net-zero energy. It's a tall order, and one that some governments are beginning to mandate. To…

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