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JLC visits the Boston neighborhood of Jamaica Plain to see how Placetailor architect-builders and their crew build an insulated stemwall and slab foundation using ICFs on a tight urban lot.
A Passive House gut-rehab of a historic brick row house in Brooklyn starts at the bottom: with shovels, in the basement.
As part of a major gut-renovation project on a historic Brooklyn row house, contractor Jose Maldonado and his crew excavated a new, lower basement space. The tricky part: buttressing the shared foundation walls that support neighboring homes along with the project house.
Town officials in Westerly, Rhode Island, have FEMA money to spend to lifting houses along the beach.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner! Well, ten winners in the first round of a public-private initiative to develop good ideas for protecting New York and New Jersey from coastal flooding.
It doesn’t take sea level rise to make for wet streets in Miami Beach—just a high tide.
Instead of pumping the water out every time there’s a heavy rain, some New Orleans planners envision a system of occasional wetlands to soak up the extra water.
Some homeowners with foundations damaged by Sandy flooding are finding they can’t collect on their flood insurance policies.
Built more than two thousand years ago, the concrete seaport facilities of ancient Rome are still solid. Now scientists are rediscovering the secrets of the Roman engineers’ lost art.
As Hurricane Katrina taught in New Orleans, the road home after a hurricane is not a simple path.
Authorities aren’t sure why a sewer plant in Hull, Massachusetts, flooded and broke down last week, forcing operators to spill untreated sewage into the ocean.
How about a tunnel 3,900 feet long? That's the job facing a public-private consortium that's working to improve traffic flow in the Port of Miami.
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