New EPA Reg Preserves Coal Ash Recycling for Construction Materials
Environmental groups had advocated for a hazardous designation for the coal by-product.
White House Issues Final Part of Water-Resources Policy Rewrite
But Congress bars Corps from using the new project-evaluation guidelines through fiscal 2015.
A Coffee Brewer Tough Enough for the Jobsite
Grand Rapids-based manufacturer OXX has launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring a more rugged coffee machine to the market.
Haulotte Brings Crush Protection to Aerial Booms
Responding to growing demand for safety devices that protect aerial work platform operators from getting crushed by overhead objects, French producer Haulotte has introduced its Activ'Shield Bar, which is now available across much of its lineup of telescoping, articulating and vertical lifts.
Obama Plan to Restore Ties to Cuba Could Spur Equipment Exports
Plan includes more exports of building materials for private housing.
Kiewit-Turner Sets Deal to Finish Work on VA Hospital
Under the terms of a pact whose details still must be finalized, the VA will take advice from the Corp and Kiewit-Turner will work on a cost-reimbursable basis.
Pulse: Project News From Dodge
Contracts, awards, bids and proposals from Dodge.
Senate Passes Tax ''Extenders'' But Not Terrorism-Insurance Bill
Tax bill includes breaks for renewable energy projects and capital-goods purchases.
MWH Engineer Expat Sues His Now Former Employer Over Family Saga in Qatar
Employee challenges firm''s risk-prevention steps, but an international employment attorney says the situation was tough to ''predict on the front end.''
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Acquisition roils Sika management team which says it was not informed of deal ahead of time.