Engineering

Ethiopia sets 2022 for Nile dam's completion amid delays

Dec 13, 2018

Ethiopia's controversial Nile River dam will not be completed until 2022, more than four years behind schedule, because of possible defects with the hydro-electrical plant's equipment, an official said Thursday

How 'net neutrality' became a hot-button issue

Nov 5, 2018

Once a nerdy engineering issue, net neutrality is pushing a lot of buttons these days.

China opens mega-bridge linking Hong Kong to mainland

Oct 23, 2018

China opens world's longest sea-crossing bridge linking Hong Kong to mainland

California homeowners: Wildfire cleanup made matters worse

Oct 8, 2018

One year after wildfires devastated Northern California's wine country and destroyed thousands of homes, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' first experience cleaning up after a wildfire has turned into an expensive bureaucratic mess.

Engineers search for cause in cracked beam at transit hub

Sep 27, 2018

San Francisco officials are struggling to find the source of unusual cracking in support beams that shut down a $2 billion transit center

Amnesty: Firm by Qatar 2022 World Cup site didn't pay wages

Sep 26, 2018

Amnesty International says contractor involved in projects around stadium for 2022 World Cup didn't pay its workers

Report: Most dams in Hawaii have 'high hazard potential'

Sep 15, 2018

The vast majority of Hawaii's state-regulated dams are considered to have "high hazard potential," according to a 2017 infrastructure report by the American Society of Civil Engineers

The Latest: Report: 124 Hawaii dams 'high hazard potential'

Sep 15, 2018

Workers continue to pump water out of a Honolulu dam after heavy rains prompted an evacuation warning

New California bridge gets sensors to gather earthquake data

Sep 4, 2018

A replacement bridge under construction at the nation's second-busiest port isn't just a crucial route for cargo trucks and Southern California commuters _ it's a concrete-and-steel science experiment for engineers and seismologists

Corps: No new impacts found in Dakota Access pipeline review

Aug 31, 2018

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has completed more than a year of additional study of the Dakota Access oil pipeline, saying the work has substantiated its earlier determination that the pipeline poses no significant environmental threats

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