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A Fitting Solution: Redesigning a Busy Chicago Intersection

The intersection of Clark and Roosevelt is one of Chicago's busiest.

BenchMark 2006 No. 1: Safety Corner/News in Brief

Safety Corner: New director plans to build on safety vision; News in Brief: EPC Transmission Line Project, F/A-22 Training Facility Award, Lambert-St. Louis Contract, Runway Work Wins Paving Awards.

BenchMark 2006 No. 1: Tech Q&A/How We Work

Technical Q&A: LEED in Aviation; How We Work: Happy 20th Birthday, ESOP.

Environmental Risk Transfer: Airports Can Open Up Options for Redevelopment

Airports all over the country have unused promperty available for hangars, maintenance shops, gates or terminals. But no one will take it.

In the Fastlane: Transportation Team Leads the Charge in Chicago

If you've spent any time driving around Chicago, you have gone over -- or through -- a project Michael Folta's transportation team has worked on.

Room to Grow: Getting More Mileage Out of Existing Transportation Infrastructure

One of the challenges of modern societies is finding ways to prolong the life of "built" transportation infrastructure -- airports, highways, bridges.

Security in St. Louis

New airport baggage system brings other welcome enhancements.

Streetwise: Traffic Accident Analysis for the Real World

A real-world solution for collision diagramming using geographic information systems (GIS).

Transportation -- Meeting the Challenge

The challenge facing those building and operating the nation's transportation system is to make existing systems more efficient.

BenchMark 2006 No. 1: Feature Projects

Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion, Springdale, Ark.; Jet Engine Test Facility, Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Specialty Sweetener Plant Expansion, Thomson, Ill.; Cyril E. King Airport Upgrades, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.