Tue.Jun 11, 2024

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Skanska inks deal for Key Bridge removal

Construction Dive

The Maryland Transportation Authority contracted the Sweden-based company for $50 million to remove and dispose of debris of the ill-fated span.

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Marcum 2024 Q1 Report: Construction Sector Defies Rising Costs and Interest Rates

Construction Superintendent Magazine

The Marcum Commercial Construction Index for the first quarter of 2024 reports that the construction industry continued growing despite various challenges. The construction industry continues to benefit from massive investment in manufacturing structures. “Construction spending on manufacturing structures is up 184% over the past four years,” said Anirban Basu, Marcum’s chief construction economist and report author. “Given the size of many of these projects and ongoing efforts to st

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Work begins on Virginia airport’s $920M overhaul

Construction Dive

Norfolk International will see a series of upgrades and rehabilitation projects in the coming years, many of which have been recently awarded.

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ENR Northwest 2024 Design Firm of the Year: Parametrix Builds On Strong Local Ties

ENR Construction

Developing connections with the local community have helped drive revenue growth for ENR’s Northwest Design Firm of the Year.

Design 72
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Future-Proof Your Firm: Discover the Power of Next Gen Construction ERP

In the face of rising customer expectations and evolving industry standards, staying ahead in construction demands innovation. A Next Generation Construction ERP is designed to meet these challenges head-on. By integrating this advanced system into your tech stack, you empower your team with a single source of truth, enhancing decision-making and operational efficiency.

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How to love the deal you cut

Construction Dive

Sour feelings around the bidding process can carry into a project, causing conflict and reputation damage, writes construction consultant Chad Prinkey.

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Clayco breaks ground on $180M Phoenix luxury tower

Construction Dive

The Chicago-based construction firm anticipates the completion of the 26-story luxury multifamily building in early 2026.

Phoenix 131
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Injured Ironworker Files Lawsuit in Scaffolding Accident in Chicago

ENR Construction

A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of an iron worker injured when he fell from scaffolding at a cancer center under construction in Chicago.

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NV Energy proposes 400 MW gas peakers, more than 1 GW each of solar, storage

Construction Dive

The cost of the Greenlink Nevada transmission project has risen 70%, to $4.2 billion, due to inflation, supply chain constraints and labor costs, the utility said.

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Crews Face the Unexpected In Historic Upgrade of Oregon Capitol

ENR Construction

The $505-million retrofit of Oregon's 86-year-old Capitol involves tackling a host of unexpected challenges.

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Leading the Way in Construction EHS Software

The Verdantix Green Quadrant: EHS Software 2023 is an independent third-party analysis of 23 EHS software vendors (including Intelex) that provides an in-depth look at the technical capabilities, application breadth, innovation focus, and momentum of key environmental, health, and safety management software market players. The guide is essential reading for EHS software benchmarking, especially for understanding unique vendor strengths and capabilities.

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Turner uses electric skid steer at Berkeley’s $550M Gateway project

Construction Dive

The quieter equipment will allow crews to work with minimal disruption to classes at the University of California.

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Injured Iron Worker Files Lawsuit in Scaffolding Accident in Chicago

ENR Construction

A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of an iron worker injured when he fell 100 ft from scaffolding at a cancer center under construction at the University of Chicago Medical Center.

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ENR California 2024 Design Firm of the Year: Arup Builds on Success in California

ENR Construction

A focus on sustainability, clients and carefully selected projects generates results for ENR California’s 2024 Design Firm of the Year.

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ENR California 2024 Design Firm of the Year

ENR Construction

A focus on sustainability, clients and carefully selected projects generates results for ENR California’s 2024 Design Firm of the Year.

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Unlock Project Efficiency with the Ultimate Construction ERP Buyer’s Guide

Optimize your construction operations with our in-depth Buyer’s Guide on selecting the right ERP system. As the construction industry evolves, leaders must make decisions that ensure long-term success. Our guide provides a roadmap for choosing a specialized construction ERP that streamlines processes, enhances productivity, and boosts project visibility.

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Georgia DOT Advances Plan for New Savannah River Crossing

ENR Construction

Officials planning to replace the Talmadge Memorial Bridge aim to select a preferred alternative by this fall.

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ENR California & Northwest 2024 Top Design Firms: West Coast Design Firms Keep an Eye on the Bottom Line

ENR Construction

Opportunities abound, but headwinds continue to temper prospects in California, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington and Alaska.

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LeChase Wins ENR New York Contractor of the Year Award

ENR Construction

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