Doubling the Pace of San Diego’s Utility Undergrounding Work

The city of San Diego is expanding their plans and doubling the pace to bury neighborhood powerlines. The obtrusive powerlines and boxes will be relocated while closely following SDG&E’s circuitry. The new construction is being viewed differently throughout San Diego neighborhoods. Some agree that it boosts aesthetics while others wish to avoid road construction due […]

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Cryptocurrency and Commercial Real Estate

There’s a new trend in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Bitcoin is becoming a more popular choice when it comes to accepting money. We are seeing this trend expand through businesses such as retail, travel agencies and commercial real estate transactions. Bitcoin is already accepted within some of the restaurant industry, causing a new shift in how consumers […]

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WhatsApp Predicting Deadly Mudslides

WhatsApp is now being utilized as a tool to help predict potential landslides in Medellin City, Colombia. The local community is partnering with Scottish Universities and being trained by a multi-skilled team of engineers, planners, geologists and architects to learn how to identify early warning signs of landslides as well as monitor water ingress. Approximately […]

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Coastal Engineering Wave Tank

Here is an interesting video on Coastal Engineering wave tank and how different methodologies are used in protecting manmade structures along coasts.

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Changing the Chemistry of Cement

Limestone in traditional cement recipes are releasing more than .05kg (.11lbs) of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere for every 1kg (2.20lbs) of cement. The releases of the carbon dioxide levels are responsible for approximately 5% of global CO2 emissions, double the amount produced from the aviation industry.    A handful of cement production companies are trying […]

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Q&A w/ Enginuity Consulting and SDVoyager

We’re so excited to be featured in SDVoyager! Thank you, SDVoyager for taking the time to let me share what we at Enginuity Consulting are all about. Check out our Q&A to learn more!

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San Diego’s Most Dangerous Intersections

A new study from Estey Bomberger sheds light to the top dangerous intersections in San Diego. Weak lighting, blind spots, and poorly maintained roadways and sidewalks have major impacts on the increasing numbers of intersection collisions within the county. According the Estey Bomberger’s analysis, from 2010-2016, the number of recorded pedestrian collision accidents have jumped […]

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Rising Sea Levels & Urban Planning

With rising water levels, cities are developing innovative approaches for urban planning to protect neighborhoods who are most vulnerable to flooding. To tackle one of the largest outcomes of climate change, rising sea levels, architects, urban planners and engineers around the world are designing solutions. Boston is the latest US city to take action. The […]

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Women in Construction

“The traditional labor pool of young, white men who are the children of construction workers does not exist anymore. They went to college,” University of Massachusetts Labor Resource Center Director of Research Susan Moir said. With less men on the work site, women are beginning to take lead. Men are stepping into different career paths […]

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New Technology – Better Job Sites

There’s a new trend in technology that is quickly enhancing and reshaping the way our projects are constructed and completed. Experiencing a labor shortage in the construction industry, companies and firms are looking for other options to enhance productivity. Suffolk introduced Smart Labs and a new type of technology called the CAVE. With the use […]

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