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Amazon unveils top 20 contenders for HQ2

Construction Dive

Let the jockeying begin: Amazon will make a final decision this year after a deeper dive into each city's potential


ENR's Top 25 Newsmakers of 2017 Raised the Bar

ENR Construction

To select the next class of ENR Newsmakers, our editors searched the magazine’s web and print pages for individuals who had served the “best interests of the construction industry and the public” in 2017

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At the ready: spec suites make hard-to-rent office space more attractive


The office vacancy rate in the U.S., which stood at 12.9% in the fourth quarter of 2017, is expected to decline to around 12% over the next two years.

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Jerry Rollen appointed Director of Pre-Construction and Design-Build at CES, Inc.

Constructor Magazine

Jerry Rollen was appointed Director of Pre-Construction and Design-Build at Orlando-based Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc

2017 Construction Forecast: A Post-Election Update

What's on tap for construction's economic fortunes in 2017?

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Viewpoint: Successful Employee Recruiting Requires a Multifaceted Strategy

ENR Construction

The construction industry needs to make a long-term commitment to solving workforce shortages and improving its recruiting practices

‘The Quarter’ is transforming a thriving urban neighborhood in Cleveland


Old is new again. Neglected urban centers are getting a second chance, and Ohio City is a prime example. The Cleveland, Ohio neighborhood is undergoing rapid revival, adding retail, restaurants and residences to the area

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Danforth Co. wraps up huge medical facility job

Constructor Magazine

A seven-story atrium, 650,000 square feet of classrooms and labs, and a whopping $375 million budget: The University at Buffalo’s new Jacobs School of Medicine facility has been a lofty project, to say the least

3 Steps For Construction Companies To Manage Tech Disruption

Construction Business Owner

The construction industry is at the start of a disruptive but exciting technological revolution, from using building information modeling software to create projects digitally before the first brick is laid, to using drones to survey jobsites.

You Can't Improve Construction Safety from Inside a Filing Cabinet

How mobile technology can mitigate risk, save money, and provide a competitive advantage.

Beleaguered $2B Seattle tunnel may see fall opening

Construction Dive

The eventual replacement for the Alaskan Way Viaduct is still years behind schedule, but months ahead of officials' most recent projection of 2019

Exec Turns Unknowns to Action to Speed Rebuild of Damaged Span

ENR Construction

As darkness fell on fire-damaged I-85 in downtown Atlanta last April, uncertainty was as pervasive as the smoke and rubble

Shape shifters: Kinetic architecture allows buildings to perform beyond their intended purpose


Energy efficiency funds education

Constructor Magazine

A Pennsylvania school district uses the savings from an energy performance contract to upgrade educational opportunities for its students

In an Amazing Move, McDonald's Just Launched a New Burger That May Totally Change How You Think About McDonald's


Danfoss Demonstrates DAVIS - New Autonomous Vehicle System

Construction Equipment

Danfoss Power Solutions recently debuted DAVIS and its ground-breaking autonomous capabilities with a technology demonstration at AGRITECHNICA in Hanover, Germany.


Trimble exec: BIM, constructible data will transform industry

Construction Dive

Software maker Trimble is teaming up with Dutch construction company VolkerWessels to hone BIM capabilities and better leverage project data

Project Neon Squeezes More Freeway Into Las Vegas

ENR Construction

Construction team is ahead of schedule on project that will add high-occupancy vehicle lanes and other congestion-reducing features

Mixed-use development under construction in Detroit’s central business district


In 2005, the historic 18-floor, 800-room Statler Hotel was torn down, leaving one of the most exclusive corners in downtown Detroit vacant. Now, over a decade later, a new mixed-use development has broken ground at the corner of Washington Boulevard and Park Avenue

3 Tips for Marketers in a Post-Net Neutrality World


Contractor helps Vets ‘Transition to Trades’

Constructor Magazine

Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical, Total Tech School and Praxis S-10 hope to go national with their Transition to Trades Program with the United States Army

Ford Faces Class-Action Suit Re: F-250 & F-350 Emissions

Construction Equipment reports Ford Motor Company and supplier Bosch are being sued for allegedly rigging a half-million heavy-duty pickup trucks to beat emissions tests


Schedules and payments dominate subcontractor challenges

Construction Dive

General contractors and subs need to be on the same page about these issues in order for the project to be done right and profitable

ENR Southwest’s 2018 Top Young Professionals

ENR Construction

This year’s honorees embrace community service and boast extensive credentials including international experience


How LaFleur Uses Bonusly to Turbocharge Praise

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Amazon narrows list of possible HQ2 locations down to 20 cities


Amazon, today, released a list of 20 cities that will proceed to the next step in the HQ2 selection process.


Three-Quarters of Construction Firms Plan to Expand 2018 Headcount

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Building Brains

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AI Is the Brain, IoT the Body speaking with the Face and Voice of Digital Transformation


Report: Resilient design saves an average of $6 for every $1 spent

Construction Dive

Building more resilient structures and ones to higher-than-required building codes could create as many as 87,000 new jobs

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UK Contracting Giant Carillion Collapses as Rescue Talks Fail

ENR Construction

Government and partners take steps to secure contracts, employee pay as lenders bail on deal to fix firm's $2.1 billion debt; some fears of industry-wide impacts

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Is farming ready to grow up?


The United Nations estimates that by 2050 nearly 10 billion people will inhabit the planet, including 6.5 billion living in cities. That would be double the number of urban dwellers today. This population explosion is going to require different modes for growing and distributing food, in terms of yield, land and water use, and nutritional value, because right now, “the field isn’t meeting the needs of the customer globally

3 Ways Telematics Can Optimize Operations for Your Mixed Fleet

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