Federal Software Choice For Asset Management Shuts Out Private Sector Vendors
One vendor protests the U.S. Dept. of Defense's decision to standardize on a software product developed and sold by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for managing asset information about DOD facilities, saying the opportunity should have been put out for bid.
Pulse: Project News From Dodge Construction
Bids, contracts, awards and proposals from Dodge.
High Court Contract-Case Ruling Draws Mixed Construction Reaction
Case deals with contracts'' "forum-selection" clauses, which specify where disputes can be litigated.
Crane Sweep Ordered at Brazil World Cup Stadium
Work at a Brazilian soccer stadium that was the site of a fatal crane collapse has resumed, but a ban on crane operations continues as the incident continues to be investigated.
New York Commuter Derailment Highlights Lack of Positive Train Control Investment
As Metro-North focuses on repairing damaged track, industry notes lack of support in installing technology that could prevent similar accidents.
Rising Costs Halt Downtown Quincy, Mass., Makeover
The $1.6-billion project, eight miles south of Boston, will now go into redesign to save money, according to Street-Works, the Quincy developer.
Pennsylvania Contractor Set for Dec. 13 Sentencing in Kickback Scheme with Developer
R.E. Crawford pleaded guilty in June to mail fraud in overbilling; former executive of mall developer Simon Property Group will be sentenced in March.
Judge Blocks California High Speed Rail Bond Sale
The High-Speed Rail Authority remains confident that the project will eventually be completed.
2014 Equipment Forecast: Mixed Growth Dampens New Machine Sales
As was the case this year, rental companies and dealers will continue to drive much of the sales of new heavy machinery, analysts say.
Coal Company Asks High Court To Hear Wetlands Permitting CaseStories 1 - 10 of 2845
The case, which construction industry officials say is critically important, centers on EPA''s authority to revoke a construction permit.