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Kiewit gets final nod in controversial Las Vegas interchange project
Despite a bigger price tag, Kiewit edged out two other contractors vying for the $270-million construction of key local infrastructure
LA Clippers begin construction of long-awaited $1.8-billion arena
Intuit Dome will incorporate the latest construction technology and will include amenities such as a two-sided halo video screen that will hover over the court
The worst is over for construction, so when will supply chains loosen up?
Wells Fargo economist says labor and inflation will work themselves out, but prices for raw materials remain the toughest challenge in a post-pandemic economy
Four U.S. tower crane companies make the world’s top 25
Annual global ranking reflects growth in the crane sector and a general confidence in the construction market, despite unprecedented economic challenges
Former Walmart exec scouting U.S. locations for construction of new $400-billion city
‘Telosa’ aims to be a fully sustainable metropolis located in the American desert with up to 50,000 residents as soon as 2030 
Komatsu’s newest small-size excavator is built for versatility in tight spaces
The PC78US-11 allows operators to quickly switch attachments with automatic adjustment of flow and pressure at the touch of a button 
Infrastructure plan could create one million new jobs for construction, other fields
A new report said the $1-trillion bipartisan spending package is expected to result in 883,600 new middle-class jobs if the measure passes in the coming weeks
Will Ford F-150 lose the title of topselling truck?
Production of the popular icon is disrupted as a global shortage of semiconductor chips forces Ford to make adjustments at two factories 
Herc Rentals CEO to talk about the keys to equipment rental growth at ALH Conference
Slated for Sept. 14 in Chicago, the event features speakers focused on best practices for the access and rental industries as well as networking opportunities
Top 10 construction companies in the U.S. for 2021
The latest ranking illustrates the resilience of the U.S. construction market, particularly in the residential sector, which shook things up at the top of our list 
Elon Musk targets Texas cities for next tunnel projects
San Antonio and Austin are considering underground transport loops that use Tesla electric vehicles to move people
Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc. to pay $21 million after pleading no contest to wage theft charges
Over a thousand Pennsylvania workers affected by what is being called the biggest prevailing wage fraud case in U.S. history
Department of Labor asks for more OSHA investigators
OSHA among federal protection agencies proposed to receive additional funding to improve response to a rising caseload 
Civil contractors know there’s work in the pipeline, but who will do it?
Study by Dodge Data & Analytics suggests there’s healthy optimism for the near future, but success hinges on workforce development and construction tech
3 ways to capitalize on government contracts
The American Jobs Plan could create a flood of contracts and millions of jobs in construction if contractors take the right approach   
Interview: ‘The Undercover Contractor’ talks about how to prevent construction catastrophes
Matthew DiBara of DiBara Masonry said contractors and owners need to take the blinders off when faced with telltale signs of trouble
VIDEO: Chevy Silverado gets dirty with ZR2 package in 2022
The flagship work truck gets a sporty treatment option that puts it head to head with Ford F-150 Tremor and Ram 1500 Rebel
5 infrastructure projects to receive part of $905 million in federal grants
Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA) program to award federal funds to projects which ‘position America to win’ in the 21st century
Interview: How to significantly reduce taxes while saving for retirement
Scott Poulin with Calamos Wealth Management explains why cash balance pension plans are gaining popularity among construction business owners
Falling lumber prices are good news for construction... and the economy
Increasing supply combined with easing demand means contractors might be able to bring their bids in line with more realistic materials costs
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