Balfour Beatty Notes New Profit Warning on Troubled UK Construction
But firm wins $500-million nuclear site award in joint venture; Atkins reports earlier year layoffs.
OSHA Delays Crane Operator Testing By Three Years
Operators will now have until Nov. 2017 to obtain a valid certification to run a crane on U.S. construction sites.
Quebec Public Construction Arena Weighs Next Steps After Hearings
Charbonneau Commission corruption panel now seeks suggested procurement reforms; previously cited engineer Dessau now is set for acquisition by Stantec.
Manufacturers'' Group Charts Benefits of Infrastructure Funding Hike
New NAM study says annual infusion of $83 billion over 15 years will boost GDP, jobs, workers'' pay.
Pneumatic System Gets First Use Firing Live Fish From River
Design adapted from fruit handling system shoots live fish uphill through 120 ft tube without harm.
Airport Officials To Congress: Raise Passenger Facility Charges
In terms of NextGen air-traffic-control technology, U.S. airports are ready for takeoff, but the industry is still waiting on the tarmac for progress on a key goal: raising the per-ticket passenger facility charge (PFC) to $8.50 from $4.50, to fund infrastructure projects.
Product Snapshot: Skid Steer Loader and Decking Tool
This week we look at a skid steer loader from Mustang and a stand-up decking tool from Hilti.
ASCE Calls For National Flood Risk Management Vision
Task force delivers an analysis of why national progress on flood risk management is disappointing and offers recommendations to get things moving
Studies Find No Link Between Fracking, Water Contamination
But faulty drilling and construction of wells could cause environmental problems.
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The new Tappan Zee Bridge is beginning to rise above the water line, but the project's finances remain in a state of flux as the EPA rejected a plan pushed by N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) to use state clean water funds for the project.