P3s Fuel Construction of Lone Star Lanes
December 23, 2013
Facing an unprecedented population boom and with limited financial resources on hand, Texas officials have gone for public-private partnerships and other alternative delivery methods in a big way to bolster the state's ailing transportation infrastructure.
As the Panama Canal Third Lane Expansion construction reaches its peak, innovative methods to handle the scale of the work have been introduced to meet the challenge. Additionally, designers outline how they have seismic-proofed the critical waterway.
From North to South, New Pipe Delivers Power to Argentina
November 5, 2008
Argentina has abundant natural gas resources but they are located thousands of miles from the country's populated areas that need them. To forestall an energy crunch, the country has undertaken a massive pipeline project to bridge that expanse.
Brazil's boom has created unprecedented infrastructure and energy demands following decades of neglect and the nation's construction industry is racing to catch up. Massive transportation and hydroelectric projects are underway across the vast country and even more ambitious ones are in planning stages.
Panama Canal Construction Shapes the Future for Shipping
April 25, 2007
As the long-awaited Third Lane Expansion prepares to kick off in Panama, the nation is advancing it's strategy of becoming an indespenible logistics hub for the hemisphere. Regional construction giants have converged on the isthmus to partake in the infrastructure projects being proposed to capitalize on the opportunites.