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A Safe Endpoint Through The Fog: The George Washington Bridge

on Fri, 02/26/2016 - 04:58

Spanning across New York City’s Hudson River, the George Washington Bridge safely connects travelers crossing between New York and New Jersey states.  Not only is it the busiest bridge in the world, the George Washington Bridge is also home to the world’s largest free-flying American flag.  

“The George Washington Bridge is the most beautiful  bridge in the world”
– Le Corbusier, architect, designer & artist

In 1931, the George Washington Bridge completed—later the American Society of Civil Engineers dedicated it as a National Historic Civil

George Washington, America's first President and an engineer

on Mon, 02/22/2016 - 22:07

National Engineer's week in the United States is held every year during the week of George Washington's birthday on February 22nd. George Washington was the nation's first President and he was also an engineer in his own right. At a very young age, Washington began surveying (for more information search Engineering Village database, GEOBASE,1973-2016: (((george washington) WN ALL) AND ((surveying) WN ALL)) in Expert Search. Later, Washington designed and expanded his country estate, Mount Vernon. Washington also created new farm tools, invented a new