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Posts Tagged ‘YouTube’

Prineville, Oregon: Building the Ochoco Bridge Timelapse

Thursday, December 8th, 2016
Prineville, Oregon: Building the Ochoco Bridge Timelapse

Months of building the Ochoco Creek Bridge in Prineville, Oregon in just 3 minutes.D

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Washington State DOT: Building the Floating Bridge over Lake Washington

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016
Washington State DOT: Building the Floating Bridge over Lake Washington

An overview of the reasons why the new SR 520 floating bridge was built on Lake Washington, and some of the solutions the project team developed to efficiently build the world’s longest floating bridge. The project won a 2016 Excellence in Design (Engineering) Award from the Design-Build Institute of America.

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Keeping on: How Riverkeeper Is Bringing the Hudson River Back to Life

Monday, November 21st, 2016
Keeping on: How Riverkeeper Is Bringing the Hudson River Back to Life

In the fall of 2015, six alumni Fellows were commissioned to create a short documentary film for Riverkeeper in celebration our 50th anniversary. The film, KEEPING ON, explores how and why Riverkeeper was founded, many of its incredible accomplishments, and the steps necessary to preserve the integrity of the Hudson River.

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Share Your Transportation Story: Wynton Marsalis

Thursday, November 17th, 2016
Share Your Transportation Story: Wynton Marsalis

U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx sits down for a conversation with jazz legend Wynton Marsalis. Mr. Marsalis shares stories about streetcar rides with his great-uncle in 1960s New Orleans, the significance of trains in American mythology, and how the sounds of transportation continue to inspire his music today.

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Utah DOT: CANgineering – Canned Food Sculpture Competition

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016
Utah DOT: CANgineering – Canned Food Sculpture Competition

As part of the 206 UDOT Annual Conference, teams compete to build the best sculpture using canned food. The winners are selected by popular vote and all the food is donated to the Utah Food Bank.

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Jefferson County, CO: Improving the WestConnect Corridor

Monday, November 14th, 2016
Jefferson County, CO: Improving the WestConnect Corridor

This video offers an overview of the Colorado Department of Transportation’s study of the WestConnect corridor in metro Denver. Find out why the study is being undertaken, and what CDOT, the state of Colorado and the region’s visitors have to gain from an improved WestConnect corridor.

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Transit Trends Episode 8: Traffic sucks, so why do we sit in it?

Friday, November 11th, 2016
Transit Trends Episode 8: Traffic sucks, so why do we sit in it?

Sitting in traffic is super annoying, but most Americans do it every single day. We wanted to know why? And who better to ask than two psychologists?

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Pennsylvania DOT: Controlled Bridge Drop

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016
Pennsylvania DOT: Controlled Bridge Drop

PennDOT performed a controlled drop Wednesday, Oct. 26, of a section of the old PA 903 Bridge in Jim Thorpe, Carbon County.

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North Dakota Oil Boom Calls for Rework of Infrastructure

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
North Dakota Oil Boom Calls for Rework of Infrastructure

North Dakota is one of the most remote places in the United States, or should we say ‘was’ one of the most remote. Thanks to an abundance of natural resources, particularly oil, North Dakota is no longer as open as its range used to be…The Minot International Airport, originally built just 20 years ago, is one project under construction to handle the increase in flight and foot traffic in the region. NECA Contractor Main Electric Construction Inc., and their IBEW 714 craftsmen are building it.

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Creating the LEGO Bridge: A Civil Engineering Challenge

Friday, October 28th, 2016
Creating the LEGO Bridge: A Civil Engineering Challenge

In the summer of 2016 the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) attempted to break a Guinness World Record using LEGO bricks. In this video, ICE member and civil engineer Claire Gott takes us behind the scenes of the bridge build and follows the engineering story behind the world record break. If you enjoyed this video, please come and visit the record breaking LEGO bridge at ICE’s exhibition, Bridge Engineering.

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