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Multiple North Carolina public agencies partner with local gardeners and bee keepers to restore declining pollinator populations. More

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Helicopter Delivers Repair Crews to Mudslide Site

This dramatic video shows what Caltrans had to do to stabilize a hillside that...

President Trump Establishes Infrastructure Council to Oversee $1 Trillion in Expenditures

During the campaign, candidate Trump didn't define what constitutes "...

Roads Alone Could Consume President Trump's $1 Trillion for Infrastructure

Almost half of the $221 billion all levels of government invested in the nation's...

ANSI Approves Refuse Truck Chassis Safety Standards

Standard Z245.1-2017 applies to virtually every type of solid waste and recycling...

California Bridge Engineers in Home Stretch on Seismic Retrofits

After spending three decades strengthening more than 10,000 structures, the...

FAYAT to acquire the Road Construction Equipment Division of Atlas Copco

Fayat has agreed to buy the Road Construction Equipment Division of Atlas Copco,...

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Skanska Awarded Multiple Contracts
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Skanska Awarded Multiple Contracts

The world's fifth-largest construction firm is working on private and public... More

JWC Awards $25 Million Construction Contract
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JWC Awards $25 Million Construction Contract

An Oregon water supplier is using the construction manager/general contractor (CM/... More

Partnership's On For Another Two Years
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Partnership's On For Another Two Years

Automated pavement condition assessment probably ain't cheap, but it's helping... More

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DOT Awards $5 Million Construction Management Contract

Pennsylvania transportation managers are rebuilding a major corridor. More

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Texas Water Utility Attacks Arsenic Levels

Safe Drinking Water Act requirements that suppliers maintain running arsenic averages of 10 parts per billion or less apply to 5,523 Texas water systems, most of them rural. Development caused by a recent oil boom is draining supplies in and around the City of Kenedy, where residents have complained about tapwater taste for years. More

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