Posts tagged engineering
Five-Minute Journey Paves the Way to a Global Aviation Career

As Director of Aviation – North America at Ross & Baruzzini, Mike Zoia leads a team of about 25 airport engineering specialists who focus on modernizing the security and technology infrastructure at airport terminals across the U.S., Canada and Mexico.

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The Pride of Working in A/E/C

When I joined HOK in early 2001, one of my first observations was how passionate its architects, engineers and designers were about their work. They took seriously their role in addressing so many of society’s greatest challenges. It was—and is—infectious. With that in mind, I reached out to several A/E/C friends and former colleagues to ask them why they’re proud of what they do.

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A Journalistic Career Propelled by Transportation

Serendipity paved the way for Aileen Cho to build an enduring career writing about the world’s most innovative transportation and infrastructure projects. For more than two decades, Cho has reported on airports, roads, ports, rail systems, bridges and infrastructure developments as senior transportation editor at Engineering News-Record (ENR).

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