States'' Total Capital Spending Rose 2% in Fiscal 2014
State budget officers'' report shows upturns for transportation, environmental categories, but cutback in higher education.
Construction Groups Say Obama Immigration Directive Will Slow Search for Legislative Fix
Executive order would provide millions with protection for being deported, but with conditions, and only for three years at a time.
Owners and Contractors Debate Labor Shortage Remedies At Texas Summit
Owners'' group CURT will release its new targeted labor supply tool in December and an updated workforce risk mitigation white paper next February.
Young Talent and Unconventional Wisdom
Industry practitioner-academic says construction generations must share knowledge and skills.
Japan Vies for $10.5B Indian High-Speed-Rail Project
Japan rail companies are planning to compete in the emerging high-speed-rail market in India.
Link-Belt Gives Crane Owners Telematics Data
Crane owners are gradually seeing the benefits of telematics for managing what is a capital intensive and risky business.
Combined Design-Builders WSP-PB and AMEC-Foster Wheeler Announce New Executive Structures
Jacobs Engineering mames new consumer products sector exec as new CFO, while Balfour Beatty seeks a new one
PBGC Says Multi-Employer Pension Aid Program Faces Record Deficit
Pension agency report comes weeks before legislative provisions to help ailing plans are set to expire.
Egypt Launches Suez Canal Expansion Project
Now in the early stages of construction, the expansion project is estimated to cost $4 billion and has an optimistic target of one year to complete.
To Cope With a Complex World, Broker Defines the New Risk ProStories 1 - 10 of 1417
Risk professionals and brokers, the Willis chief executive said, must assess operational risks in P3s, supply chain and cyber theft, as well as new carriers and underwriters entering the market.