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Taking carbon out of building construction just became today’s growth industry
Buildings and construction set carbon-output records in 2021 and contractors who lead halving that footprint by 2030 will tap more than $1.3 trillion in annual spending
Fluor breaks ground on I-35 Capital Express South project in Austin, Texas
The $548-million project is anticipated to see substantial completion by 2028
Skanska gets $150-million contract to rehab Williamsburg Bridge in NYC
Work will be funded in part by the Biden Administration’s newly announced first round of Bridge Investment Program Grants revealed earlier this month
BNSF to spend $1.5 billion building Barstow rail complex
First-of-its kind facility expected to create 20,000 direct and indirect jobs and reduce port and freeway congestion around the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach
North America’s first two-story 3D-printed structure built in only 80 hours
Construction was done by the BOD2 printer from COBOD which can print with real concrete with a particle size up 10mm and 99% based on locally found raw materials
$38B in CHIPS Act grants aim to build US microchip boom
Federal program needs to draw ‘many multiples’ of the incentive amounts in private investment to construct domestic semiconductor supply
Texas plans to spend record $85 million on road construction over 10 years
An additional $32 billion for routine maintenance contracts and project development for more than 7,000 transportation projects brings the total investment to $117 billion statewide
Florida zoo uses Shuttlelift crane for manatee rehab
The new SCD09 carrydeck crane helps with transferring animals between transport trucks and pools as well as providing an efficient daily weighing solution
More durable roadways at no extra cost? Michigan thinks so
The City of Muskegon is working with Michigan Technological University to mix scrap rubber tires and concrete in a pilot recycling project with promise
Milwaukee is home to the world’s tallest mass-timber building
Officials have declared the honor upon a 284-foot tall high-rise apartment complex known as Ascent
Casey-Bertram meets challenges in Indiana high-reach demolition job
Assisting in the tear down were a Kobelco SK300 with a 15-meter high-reach front and a LaBounty multi-demolition processor (MDP 20R) 
VIDEO: The worst excavator recovery in one man’s career
See what happens when YouTuber LetsDig18 rescues a rented XCMG excavator from the depths of a muddy pond excavation project
VIDEO: Mike Rowe tackles the ‘hardest job in contruction’
Compliments of Discovery Plus, watch as Mike Rowe teams up with rod busters in the building of the Bayside Bridge in Pinellas County, FL
VIDEO: DH Griffin demolishes University of Alabama residence hall
The North Carolina-based demolition contractor used 500 lbs of dynamite to implode Tutwiler Hall, making way for a new version of the building that will house 1,300 students
United Rentals partners with Turner on data center construction
The world’s largest rental chain will provide electric Ford F-150 pickups, as well as zero-emission equipment, to minimize environmental impact of a megaproject for Meta, formerly Facebook
California High-Speed Rail gets $4.2 billion in new money
Connecting Merced and Bakersfield, the project is expected to cost $113 billion and has reportedly so far created some 5,500 construction jobs, with more to come
Texas to build high-speed railway between Dallas and Houston
Despite several hurdles to the project, the Texas Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Texas Central LCC building the $30-billion system
Building America’s longest cable-stayed bridge takes the latest tech
AECOM using cloud-based platform to integrate and manage 3D design data in real time in the construction of the $6-billion Gordie Howe International Bridge 
Las Vegas gives Elon Musk the go ahead for more tunnels
The Las Vegas City Council has taken the next step toward construction of the ‘Vegas Loop’ which will use Teslas to transport people throughout the popular travel destination
LA’s $15-billion airport modernization takes one step closer to completion
LINXS Constructors has finished the $4.9-billion Automated People Mover portion of a 30-year project aiming to modernize one of the world’s busiest airports
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