Engineering & Construction

Engineering & Construction

How Cable-stayed Bridges Are Connecting the World

On October 11 2009, the Korean city of Incheon witnessed a quite incredible sight. Some 20,000 men and women ran along the newly constructed Incheon Bridge, one of the longest cable-stayed bridges on the planet. For the runners, the event was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Before the bridge’s construction, only one

Tunnel Boring Machine Specialist Sheds Light on His Trade

Ju-Young Oh is a manager at Samsung C&T’s Civil Estimation and Engineering Team. He specializes in Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) technology. This year, he has been included on Marquis’ ‘Who’s Who’ list, one of the world’s leading biographical directories, thanks to a work he published entitled Research on Ground Response in

Why Tourists Can’t Get Enough of the World’s Tallest Building

Mankind has been captivated by the idea of tall buildings since the dawn of time. For some, there is something almost transcendental about the experience of seeing grand, manmade structures with your own eyes. Normally imperious Napoleon Bonaparte, upon arriving in Egypt in 1798, is said to have told his

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