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  • Ford Picks Walbridge as General Contractor for $5.6B Tennessee Plant

    Ford Picks Walbridge as General Contractor for $5.6B Tennessee Plant

    Subcontractors and suppliers are already being sought for the project near Memphis, automaker says.

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  • House Democrats' New Bill Has $52B for US Chipmaking Facilities, R&D

    House Democrats' New Bill Has $52B for US Chipmaking Facilities, R&D

    After House approval, negotiators would aim to work out differences with Senate-passed version.

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  • ENR MidAtlantic Names Linda Rabbitt 2022 Legacy Award Winner

    ENR MidAtlantic Names Linda Rabbitt 2022 Legacy Award Winner

    ENR MidAtlantic selected Linda Rabbitt as its 2022 Legacy Award Winner

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  • ENR's 2021 Photo Contest: A Step Forward

    ENR's 2021 Photo Contest: A Step Forward

    With this year’s 40 photo contest winners appearing here and throughout the magazine, senior art director Scott Hilling curated the images to take the reader through a visual narration of the ups...

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  • Reader Buzz Drives Photo Contest

    Reader Buzz Drives Photo Contest

    The ENR community came out in droves to participate in ENR’s annual Year in Construction Photo Contest: as photographers, submitters and even helping to pick the gatefold cover.  

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  • Judge Rules Against AECOM in COVID-19 Property Damage Claim

    Judge Rules Against AECOM in COVID-19 Property Damage Claim

    The engineering giant plans to appeal.

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  • Curtain Wall Suppliers Claim Rival Duplicated Unique System

    Curtain Wall Suppliers Claim Rival Duplicated Unique System

    Chicago curtain wall manufacturers file lawsuit against a former executive and his new employer.

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  • McCarthy/HITT Deliver $1.7B NGA West Headquarters in St. Louis

    McCarthy/HITT Deliver $1.7B NGA West Headquarters in St. Louis

    St. Louis nearly lost the headquarters of the National Geospatial Agency, but a fast turnaround construction plan and local leadership saved it.

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  • DOT Releases $246M in IIJA Funds To States For Appalachian Highway

    DOT Releases $246M in IIJA Funds To States For Appalachian Highway

    Funds, set for 11 states, are for first year of five-year, $1.25-billion program.

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  • OSHA Pulls Vaccine Mandate, But Will Propose as a Rule

    OSHA Pulls Vaccine Mandate, But Will Propose as a Rule

    Rulemaking process starts Jan. 26, with industry groups applauding rescind but seeking more input on construction-specific regulations.

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  • Paul King's Legacy is Opening Up Opportunity

    Paul King's Legacy is Opening Up Opportunity

    Decades after leading protests that shut down Chicago worksites, Paul King hasn’t given up the battle against racial bias.

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  • Mass. Commission Tackles How to Decarbonize Buildings

    Mass. Commission Tackles How to Decarbonize Buildings

    What to do about natural gas will be one of the biggest challenges facing a new state-appointed commission on decarbonizing the building sector in the Bay State. 

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  • Midwest Top Young Pros Persevere and Find New Ways to Work

    Midwest Top Young Pros Persevere and Find New Ways to Work

    Midwest Top Young Professionals, 2022.

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  • Pump Station Will Cut Town’s Sewage Overflow

    Pump Station Will Cut Town’s Sewage Overflow

    When Daniel O’Connell’s Sons won the construction contract in 2018 for the $122-million York Street Pump Station and Connecticut River Crossing project in Springfield, Mass., the owner’s designer,...

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  • Tech Sets Up Tower for Carbon-Friendly Future

    Tech Sets Up Tower for Carbon-Friendly Future

    Geothermal heating and cooling aren’t new to New York City office buildings, nor are thermally activated floor slabs, dedicated air ventilation units or even all-electric HVAC systems.

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  • Collaboration Yields Funds for Dam Safety and Upgrades

    Collaboration Yields Funds for Dam Safety and Upgrades

    Hydropower sector participants usually at odds—industry firms, dam safety groups and environmental advocates—now are finding common ground in project funding and new legislation.

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  • Exec Eyes the Future But Still Sticks to His Roots

    Exec Eyes the Future But Still Sticks to His Roots

    A modest house set on an equally modest lot in tiny Pearl River, N.Y., north of New York City, was built in the early 1900s by Fred L. Holt, founder of what became Holt Construction Corp. It still...

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  • ENR New York Top Young Professionals 2022

    ENR New York Top Young Professionals 2022

     ENR New York is pleased to present the 2022 Top Young Professionals. This year’s group impresses with their continued dedication to learning and industry advancement, their contribution of...

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  • Intel's $20B 'Mega-Site' Is Latest Effort to Boost US Chip-Making

    Intel's $20B 'Mega-Site' Is Latest Effort to Boost US Chip-Making

    Company estimates a $100-billion full build-out of the 1,000-acre site near Columbus, Ohio.

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  • Wind Energy Gives Big Push to New England Top Starts

    Wind Energy Gives Big Push to New England Top Starts

    While many projects across New England remained in a holding pattern with continuing financial uncertainty in another pandemic year, one project finally got out of the gate in 2021 after years of...

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