The middle-of-the-night collapse of Champlain Towers South in Surfside is spurring a recommitment across South Florida and the world to aging infrastructure. At FIU, Atorod Azizinamini, director of the Moss School of Construction, Infrastructure, and Sustainability, and a team of scientists are working to develop new solutions that can make buildings and bridges safer by retrofitting rather than rebuilding them. One of these solutions is called ultra-high performance concrete (see video), and the research team is working to make it more accessible to builders everywhere.

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