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Rare example of bipartisan legislation includes about $8.6 billion in federal funds for 34 new Corps projects.
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Dodge offers data on 2020 starts in the greater Sacramento area.
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In the engineering and construction sector around the world we are seeing projects paused and new opportunities stalled.
As technology keeps changing, states keep working on alternatives or add-ons to the gas tax.
Financier Goldman-Sachs clouds future of Helmut Jahn-designed structure with 90-day review, first major city project to pause construction over COVID-19 economic impacts.
County judge allows restart but orders more documentation from owner Enbridge to state and federal officials on repairs to damaged east leg before it can reopen.
Most bridges are built to connect.
David Richter, ex-chief of program management firm, beats operating engineers union official Kate Gibbs to face Democrat incumbent in November House district race.
Colorado-based Hensel Phelps will serve as design-builder for the expansion after delays due to an earlier bid-rigging scandal.
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Massachusetts and federal officials came a step closer to replacing a pair of 85-year-old bridges across the Cape Cod Canal.
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Caltrans enters agreement with private entity XpressWest.
Paycheck Protection Program loans are viewed as one factor driving construction's strong employment gain in June.
Permit rulings ding Keystone XL, Dakota Access oil line builds, as Atlantic Coast gas line ends work; but NWP-12 permit okayed on other projects.