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Biden’s $3-trillion economic plan starts with infrastructure
Economic advisers might recommend breaking the spending plan into pieces, beginning with infrastructure which has support on both sides 
Pro-union politician confirmed as secretary of labor
Construction industry will wait and see after Senate votes decidedly in favor of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh leading the U.S. Department of Labor
Avalanche Equipment of Colorado joins Magni network
Avalanche Equipment has become a Magni Telescopic Handlers authorized dealer for the state of Colorado
Building permits up 10% in January
Government data shows U.S. construction spending was up and the rise in permits suggests the uptick will continue
Texas, Louisiana have worst job losses since pandemic struck
Employment data shows Idaho adding the most construction jobs while California, South Carolina have worst one-month job losses 
Survey: Things are looking up for women in construction
Results released in honor of Women in Construction Week, March 7-13, show a strong majority of women in construction see oportunities increasing
Nonresidential construction sees modest gain in January
The big picture for private nonresidential construction remains challenged as materials prices and labor law changes threaten recovery
Case delivers electric backhoes to New York utilities
Electrification of the CASE 580 EV was performed in conjunction with New York companies Green Machine Equipment Inc. and Moog Inc.
Now is a ‘once in a lifetime’ moment for infrastructure
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg says low interest rates and high unemployment make this the ideal time to repair and build
New immigration bill could protect more than 100,000 construction workers
AGC says offering undocumented immigrants a path to legal status could help end unfair competition and labor exploitation
One-stop shop contractor finds software that does it all
Florida-based Vallencourt Construction looks to B2W ONE Platform for help with maintenance, estimating and more
Report: Now’s the time to get into infrastructure
Experts predict a rapid recovery for construction later this year, and urge contractors to innovate toward infrastructure to ride that wave
Chicago bridge construction uses crane alternative
Engineered Rigging uses Enerpac strand jacks in Cline Avenue Bridge build over Indiana Harbor and Ship Canal
Ziegler Rental appointed Magni dealer for Minnesota
Ziegler Rental appointed Magni dealer
Prefab construction trend continues with VaxMod units
Boldt and Boulder Associates Inc. collaborate on modular solution for administering Covid-19 vaccines across the U.S.
Kobelco suspends excavator production in the U.S.
Issues with U.S. engine certification leads to temporary suspension of some equipment at U.S. plant
ARA forecasts 1.5% growth for U.S. rental in 2021
American Rental Association expects the market to rebound strongly in 2022 with growth of 11.3%
Inflation threatens construction recovery
Contractors urged to beware of rapidly rising commodity prices as they enter new contracts in the coming year
Just over half of construction workers willing to get vaccinated
Survey reports 53% of contractors said they would receive Covid-19 vaccination if offered 
Volvo CE integrates excavators with Rototilt tech
Volvo customers could purchase excavators ready to accept tiltrotator and smart functions
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