As engineering methods improve and technology advances, tunneling is extending to places where it was not possible to build in the past: under cities, through mountain ranges, even under oceans. Learn more from Stantec and other industry experts in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)'s November/December issue of Engineering Inc.
Waste not, want not: Turning human waste into a renewable-energy source for buildings
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