Keeping You Updated With Our
Industry News Roundup: December 14December 14, 2012
This week’s news resources:
Pinnacle Bank Arena topping out ceremony held today in Lincoln "The arena construction team has achieved 180 days and more than 500,000 worker hours without a safety incident." The Lincoln Journal Star has the story.
You’ve got to see the amazing history of San Francisco's Bay Bridge, plus plans for the future. "The new Bay Bridge is scheduled for completion in 2013 and cost an estimated total of $6.3 billion dollars making it one of the largest public works projects in US history." See the timeline on the Bay Bridge’s website.
In South Africa, the Autodesk University Extension program is bringing engineering training to the masses. The program will "expose participants to the technology used to design buildings, roads, railways, telecommunications, electricity, infrastructure and mining products. Read the story on Biz Community.
How is an arena built? Check out the progress of Pinnacle Bank Arena in one year's time. See the Lincoln Journal Star’s gallery here. http://bit.ly/VB6VKN
In case you missed our latest blog post:
Our development partner AceCad Software will exhibit at SteelFab 2013 in January. Read about it on our blog!