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DC BLOX Will Invest $31.5M To Expand In South Carolina

Business Facilities

In Horry County, DC BLOX, Inc.'s s new specialized data center, known as a Cable Landing Station (CLS), will serve as the landing point for subsea optical communication cables.

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$583M stormwater tunnel complete in DC

Construction Dive

A Salini Impregilo and Lane Construction JV built the Northeast Boundary Tunnel, the largest part of a $2.7 billion system in progress.

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Green Building Code Proposed in Washington DC is a National Model

Green Building Law Update

The Mayor will submit the codes to the DC Council for adoption. The new Green Code is significant, not only for those constructing or renovating buildings within DC, but because it portends a new green regulatory scheme that may well be a national model. Green Building Law Update blog will monitor the DC Green Code enactment.

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Most DC Tech Workers Would Quit For A Job At Amazon

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In a tight labor market, Washington, DC area employers might have to up their games to hang on to their valued employees before Amazon HQ2 arrives. Read: Most DC Tech Workers Would Quit For A Job At Amazon at

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PHCC Legislative Conference: Collaboration on Capitol Hill

Contractor Magazine

Different segments of the PHCC organization, and the p-h-c industry as a whole, came together for another impactful legislative event in Washington, DC.

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Autocar Announces Mixer Version of DC-64 Conventional

Construction Equipment

Autocar Trucks is expanding its DC-64 conventional-cab series of heavy trucks to include an “M” model for use as a concrete mixer chassis. Introduced early this year as the DC-64R for refuse (trash) service, the series includes a severe-service steel cab and composite hood, as well as a severe-duty…

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National Parks Service Gives DC Sign-off to Demolish RFK Stadium

ENR Construction

Washington, D.C.’s s 63-year-old Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium is set to be demolished, pending the expected issuance of a permit to proceed.

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