Monthly Archives: October 2012

Driving on Styrofoam, Building on Pillows

You may have seen this recent blog headline: In New York, Buildings ‘Sleep’ on These Giant Red Pillows. Since that headline was called out in an engineering-related notice, you might have assumed it had something to do with seismic stability … Continue reading

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Potential New Airborne Pile Driving Criteria for Marbled Murrelets

The marbled murrelet is a small seabird listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act in the Pacific Northwest. Most Pacific Northwest subpopulations are declining. In Puget Sound declines are about seven percent a year. If the decline goes unchecked, … Continue reading

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