National Miner's Day Recognizes One of the World's Most Dangerous Occupations
National Miner's Day Recognizes One of the World's Most Dangerous Occupations | December 6 is National Miner's Day. HJ3 thanks and recognizes our miners.
MIT's Carbon Fiber Blocks Could Build Bridges, Rockets, and More!
MIT's Carbon Fiber Blocks | Engineers at MIT have developed new carbon fiber blocks, capable of building bridges, airplanes, rockets, and other structures.
National Preparedness Checklist
September is National Preparedness Month. Be prepared for any weather or other natural disaster with the National Preparedness Checklist.
Carbon Fiber Helps Pioneer a New Era in Airships
A carbon fiber frame has brought new life to forgotten zeppelins. The skies may soon be filled with airships ferrying people and cargo like never before.
Deadly Dangers Of Parking Structures
Conventional repairs to steel-reinforced parking garage can cost millions, but a failing structure is a potentially deadly issue - FRP composites can help lower the cost.
160,000 miles of track, 76,000 rail bridges and 800 tunnels...
Rail infrastructure and it's impact on the environment
Water Infrastructure Crisis
Much our water infrastructure is reaching the end of its serviceable life, with some pipe and mains that are more than 100 years old.
It’s Time to Fix the US Infrastructure
It's Time to Fix the US Infrastructure
Infrastructure Repair Plays Big Role in New Budget
Infrastructure Repair Plays Big Role in New Budget | Obama's budget for fiscal year 2016 includes $478 billion for infrastructure repair efforts.
Submerged Parking Garage to be Built in Brighton
Submerged Parking Garage to be Built in Brighton | Construction has begun for a 350-space underwater parking garage at UK's Brighton Marina.
MSHA Pushes For Proximity Detection Systems
MSHA Pushes for Proximity Detection Systems | MSHA & the mining industry have worked together to design a PDS system that may prevent 20% of mining deaths.
EPA's Clean Power Plan Seeks to Reduce Power Plant Emissions
EPA's Clean Power Plan | The EPA has proposed a plan to reduce carbon emissions from power plants by helping states set and implement their own goals.
Bay Bridge Corrosion Woes
The $6.5 billion Bay Bridge, which opened in 2013, is already exhibiting signs of rust. Prevent or repair bridge corrosion with HJ3's carbon fiber systems!
More Hurricanes Means More Destruction
Hurricane season brings record rainfall to Southwest US and destruction along Mexico's coast. Watch HJ3's carbon fiber withstand category 5 hurricane winds!
NASA and Kansas City Students Work Together to Understand Corrosion in Space
Goole’s New Underground Pipeline
An 800 meter-long pipe is being constructed at an East Yorkshire pumping station with the intent of easing the future flooding potential in the area.
Wall Collapse In East Rutherford
On the morning of August 7th, a partially collapsed wall disrupted traffic and forcing Paterson Avenue to close down while debris was cleared away by local crews.
Plumbing Problems For Royal Victoria’s New Addition
A new critical care unit in Belfast, carrying a price-tag of 150 million pounds, is expected to experience delays due to corrosion in the building’s hot water pipes.
Harris Park Embankment Collapse
Heavy rains and extreme weather conditions have been blamed for the embankment collapse at Harris Park, Sydney – but a RAILCORP report brings new factors to light.
Bad Timing For Formosa Plastics
FPC, the largest industrial group in Taiwan, has postponed plans to sell more than 500 million shares of subsidiary, citing bad timing and falling stock markets.
India’s Battle For Fair Mining Rates
The Federation of Indian Mineral Industries (FIMI) is calling for iron ore royalties to be lowered from 10% to 7.5% to help encourage growth in the industry.
Sympathy From One Atlantic City Resident
Warren L. Webb Jr. remembers well the tragic Tropicana parking structure collapse in Atlantic City in 2003, and he can sympathize with Philadelphia's victims.
The New Agricultural Spending Proposition
With the debt ceiling looming in the fall, the White House is threatening to veto yet another bill for agricultural spending, creating fear of a new fiscal cliff.
What is the cost of our failing U.S. infrastructure?
Our failing U.S. infrastructure could cost our cities and businesses $1.2 trillion by 2020, and individual families $3,000 each per year.