Engineering Inc. - January/February 2014 - (Page 1)
JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2014
VOL. 26 NO. 1
2014 LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK
Despite partisan challenges, progress foreseen.
Advances in traditional modeling technology take
designs to a larger scale.
THE HARD MARKET THAT NEVER CAME
AP PHOTO/JOHN MINCHILLO
the entrance of the
Brooklyn Battery Park
Tunnel in the wake of
EXTREME WEATHER RESISTANCE
As the evidence toward climate change continues to mount,
engineers shift gears from mitigation to resiliency planning.
Breaking down the results of the annual Professional
Liability Insurance Survey of Carriers.
2013 FALL CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
Relive the best moments from our Fall Conference
in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Comparing the problems faced by firms operating
overseas with those here in the United States.
FROM ACEC TO YOU
How to engineer your business as well as
you engineer your projects; indemnification
clauses; business practice documents for
ACEC to Congress: "Let's get it done."
2014 construction growth to outpace
the U.S. GDP.
Budget deal increases discretionary spending,
avoids next round of sequestration cuts; House
clears ACEC-backed energy bills.
Tips and tricks for editing risk out of
standard business contracts.
MEMBERS IN THE NEWS
Steve Edwards appointed chairman, president
and CEO of Black & Veatch; Thomas R. White
named chairman, president and CEO of
Sargent & Lundy.
MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
Industry M&A outlook for 2014.
COVER PHOTO: AP PHOTO/JOHN MINCHILLO (2)
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