December 21, 2017 - the debris that is left after the implosion could also teach lessons that could help communities and nations around the world better recover from natural disasters such as earthquakes and hurricanes.
December 21, 2017 - While the materials used to construct Cather and Pound Halls are not likely to be recycled, Nebraska Engineering faculty are working to develop recyclable and recycled building materials that could reduce costs, resources and environmental threats.
December 21, 2017 - When the Cather and Pound residence halls are imploded and crash to the ground, the result will not only be a large pile of debris but likely also a loud boom that has the potential to be heard at a long distance.
December 21, 2017 - The demolition of the Cather and Pound residence halls is expected to create a large cloud of dust immediately following the implosion, but that dust cloud should not pose a health concern to those who are outside the exclusion and evacuation zones.
December 21, 2017 - His multiple internships with Kiewit Corporation have provided "exceptional learning opportunities" and, Durham School senior Austin Greene said, poised for even greater future successes in the company.
December 19, 2017 - The implosion of Cather and Pound residence halls will create more than 20 million pounds of debris and Nebraska Engineers will measure the effects of the blast load on nearby buildings.
December 19, 2017 - Nebraska Engineering faculty will be using some of the latest technology available when they study the Cather-Pound buildings as they fall. Among that technology are unmanned mobile flight systems (drones).