Contractors Groups Praise New U.S. Job Training Law
Law will make it easier for more union, and non-union, employers to create and participate in craft apprenticeship programs.
Vermont PSB Halts Natural-Gas Line Pending Utility''s Soil Management Plan
Some 50 pipeline opponents held a "fish-in" outside the Vermont Public Service Board in Montpelier to protest alleged bait-and-switch tactics.
Product Snapshot: Breaker Attachments and Crimp Tool
This week we look at a new hydraulic breaker attachment from Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas and a crimp tool from Platinum Tools.
Pulse: Project News From McGraw-Hill Construction''s Dodge
Contracts, awards, bids and proposals from Dodge.
AECOM Announces Deal To Buy Hunt Construction
No price to buy privately-held Hunt was disclosed, but industry sources say it is an estimated $100-million transaction.
Manitowoc Gains Edge in Sany Patent Case
The U.S. International Trade Commission made an initial ruling that Sany violated Section 337 of the Tariff Act by infringing on one of Manitowoc''s crawler-crane patents and misappropriating trade secrets.
California Clears Path for Funding To Get High-Speed Rail Back on Track
Industrial polluters will help underwrite a 20-year funding commitment to pay for an ambitious high-speed rail system.
Looking To Reverse Recent Trend, India Unveils 2014-15 Budget
The budget has set determined goals with allocation for 8,500 km of roads, 16 new ports, 100 smart cities and industrial corridors
Lebanese Firm Overcomes Bid Protest Over $490-Million Pipeline in Kenya
The 450-kilometer, 20-in.-dia pipeline will link East Africa''s trade gateway of Mombasa to Kenya's capital, Nairobi.
Tanzania Won''t Build Highway Through National ParkStories 1 - 10 of 1459
The project has been permanently blocked, but Tanzanian government says highway program will not be abandoned.