Patented sonic pile-anchors set to revolutionize building foundations

  It’s been a long time coming. In fact, it’s taken more than 50 years for sonic drilling research to come full circle – back to one of its earliest uses as a pile driver. Now, however, the technology is far superior and set to revolutionize the piling industry with…

Davide Trevisani takes home DFI’s DaVinci Legends Award

In the current world enamoured with hoodie-wearing CEOs, it’s refreshing to profile a successful business person who not only started his career without cell phones, computers, overnight delivery, or email, but who also still wears a suit and tie to every meeting. It’s been nearly 60 years since Davide Trevisani…

Trevi Hong Kong works on the Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facilities

Three major cities in China – Hong Kong, Macau, and Zhuhai – will soon be connected by a series of bridges, tunnels, link roads, and boundary crossing facilities, providing a new direct link between the east and west banks of the Pearl River Delta for passenger and freight land transportation….

The University of British Columbia is set to build the Canada’s tallest wooden building

The 10 storey height of the Home Insurance Building in Chicago, the world’s first skyscraper built in 1884-1885, pales in comparison to today’s modern mammoth high-rises, but it was a ground-breaking construction that would quickly be repeated and improved upon. Nowadays, high-rises are widespread with major cities depending on them…