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Aecom to renovate US Air Force Academy’s Sijan Hall
The infrastructure consulting firm agreed to a five-phase, $25 million design contract
Skanska to modernize Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Int’l Airport
The project is part of a Skanska-led joint venture along with New South Construction, FS360 and Synergy Construction
IPAF and SAIA announce alliance
The International Powered Access Federation and Scaffold and Access Industry Association have joined forces
CBNA and Barletta join to construct Rhode Island’s Pawtucket Tunnel
Narragansett Bay Commission has issued notice to proceed with work that’s part of program to improve water quality
New U.S. dealer for Denka
Service One Access will represent Denka manufactuer Rothlehner in U.S. and Canada
Fluor restructures to align with growth opportunities
U.S.-based global contractor will operate with three business segments: Energy Solutions, Urban Solutions and Mission Solutions
Firestone Building Products sold to LafargeHolcim for $3.4 billion
Swiss multi-national company calls sale a ‘strategic leap’ toward leading innovative and sustainable building solutions
Construction Backlog Indicator drops to 7.2 months
Contractor confidence appears to be improving slightly, despite a lack of jobs in the pipeline
Cat launches Next Gen wheeled excavator
Manufacturing giant releases M316 into North American, European and South Korean markets with up to 14% more swing torque
Department of Labor revises independent contractor status
Associated Builders and Contractors calls the move a win for small businesses, free enterprise and economic growth
Construction sector adds 51,000 jobs in December
Gains are likely temporary as new industry survey finds widespread pessimism for 2021
Q&A: ABC’s Michael Bellaman on critical issues facing construction
President/CEO of Associated Builders and Contractors digs into topics including mental health, a new president and unions
Construction spending reaches record high in November
Robust housing market and historically low mortgage rates driving growth
Nonresidential faces long-term struggle
Analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data shows lodging is hardest-hit sector
Tired of paying your bills?
Automated payment software aims to take time and risk off your plate, and it reduces errors as well
Half of U.S. contractors expect demand to drop in 2021
Survey reveals that over 50% of U.S. contractors do not expect business to return to pre-pandemic levels for more than six months
Covid-19 labor laws: Eight ways construction employees are supported
Attorney Iris Halpern offers expert guidance on how workers’ rights are protected as the pandemic continues into 2021.
Balfour Beatty nears completion of Travis County tollway
Colorado River Constructors’ opened a majority of new US 183 South expressway
Gilbane finishes interior fit-out of United Way Boston HQ
The building company adapted to Covid-19 restrictions to complete the project
Los Angeles World Airports, Skanska agree to $335M contract
Construction group to build new infrastructure by 2025
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