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"Researchers at the University of Wisconsin have developed a hydrophobic concrete that is more flexible and durable that typical concrete."
Concrete Mix Adds Flexibility, Durability Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin have developed a hydrophobic concrete that is more flexible and durable than typical concrete. April 22, 2014—Bridge approach slabs experience higher dynamic loads than either the roadway…
HMB's softball team is competing tonight! Capital View Park @ 7:30. Come and watch!
Happy Earth Day!! Check out some of the beautiful scenery around our Frankfort, KY office.
Do you have any traditions on Earth Day? Such as planting a tree or flowers?
The Kingdom Tower will stand 3,280 feet high, over 500 feet taller than the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the current record holder, and over twice as tall as the Empire State Building in New York City. The tower, located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, will began construction next week and take five years to complete.
The 188th running of the Boston Marathon will take place today, one year after the horrific attack that rocked our nation. There are 35,755 total entries in the race this year and thousands more just in attendance. Good luck to all the runners today!
Keep track of the race's progress at: http://www.baa.org/
Happy Easter everyone! Hope you have a wonderful day with friends and family!
Last week, as part of the Emerging Leaders Forum, a group of HMB employees went zip-lining in the Red River Gorge. They had a great time, despite getting stuck in the middle of one due to high winds. Thank you to the Red River Gorge Zipline Tours for hosting us!
HMB's Brad Meyer and Steve Criswell were on-site of the Louisville Bridges project this week to view the progress and to listen to U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Anthony Foxx, speak on the importance of projects like this to our communities and to our country.
Ever wonder what Walt Disney thought transportation would look like in the future? In 1958, Disney and his Imagineers created "Disney's Magic Highway" to showcase his predictions. He had some pretty cool ideas!