Month: June 2019

Complex Four-Part Stormwater Project Stirs Controversy in Denver

Complex Four-Part Stormwater Project Stirs Controversy in Denver The project’s multiple components aim to solve ‘a legacy problem’ for stormwater detention on the city’s north side. See Original Article Output up over past three months but slips in April Scape boss Mark Robinson says government is heading down “path of self-destruction”See Original Article In Aftermath of Fatal Attack, Virginia Beach Public Works Resumes Operations With an estimated 400 employees in new locations, police probe could continue for six months of building where 12 municipal workers were killed by a project manager on May 31. See Original Article

Mountain States City Scoop: Construction Starts in Denver

Mountain States City Scoop: Construction Starts in Denver Dodge presents data on projected 2019 construction starts in the greater Boise area. See Original Article Companies crying out for Brexit clarity, says British diplomat Dominic Schroeder was speaking at the BCO’s annual conference in CopenhagenSee Original Article Construction Jobless Rate Hits 19-Year Low, But Job Gain Is Modest Industry added 4,000 jobs in May, well below April's increase of 30,000, BLS reports. See Original Article

Questions About Wind as Dallas Crane Mishap Claims a Life

Questions About Wind as Dallas Crane Mishap Claims a Life A stormy Sunday afternoon in Dallas with gusts of 70 mph or higher. A tower crane tied to a new apartment building frame tumbles, smashing a completed parking structure behind it. See Original Article Mountain States Industry News for June 2019 Industry news from across the Mountain States region. See Original Article V&A to protect neighbours’ privacy with shrubs Move at Stratford site follows last year’s row between Tate Modern and Neo Bankside residentsSee Original Article

Texas & Louisiana Snapshot: 2424 Tulane

Texas & Louisiana Snapshot: 2424 Tulane Photographs chosen by our editors from submissions to http://bit.ly/2XKTOyw See Original Article Bourbon Street Overhaul Reorders a Tangled Past Project team tries new approach during phase 2 of reconstruction as underground obstructions prompt strategy shift. See Original Article Kier share price hits 23-year low following yet another write-down Firm says it will take an additional £40m hit in current financial year which ends this monthSee Original Article

ConstructConnect’s Hot Projects – June 3, 2019

ConstructConnect’s Hot Projects – June 3, 2019 Listed below are ConstructConnect’s Hot Commercial Construction Projects for the week of May 27 – 31, 2019. Our Hot Projects showcases three currently bidding or sub-bidding projects from all 50 states and the District of Columbia pulled from our extensive database of construction leads. Alabama Walmart Supercenter #2739-233 – Remodel / Bay Minette Location: Bay […] The post ConstructConnect’s Hot Projects – June 3, 2019 appeared first on ConstructConnect.com. See Original Article Glasgow EfW client cuts its claim against Interserve by £23m Pennon says move comes because of ‘lack of certainty over Interserve’s future’See Original Article Trust told to name Balfour Beatty as Carillion's successor on Birmingham hospital Firm due to be officially signed up this autumnSee Original Article

Public Works Department Staff Became Targets In Virginia Beach

Public Works Department Staff Became Targets In Virginia Beach Engineers, technicians and right-of-way specialists were among those killed; industry peers lend support to stricken families and work communities. How could office security change? See Original Article Exercising with Bridges For those who appreciate getting a workout while crossing that bridge, here are some suggestions. See Original Article Northwest City Scoop: Construction Starts in Seattle Seattle Area Construction Contract Volume to Increase Slightly This Year See Original Article

TransLink, BC Government to Explore Transit Link Across Burrard Inlet

TransLink, BC Government to Explore Transit Link Across Burrard Inlet The $500,000 put up by the government of British Columbia to study a fixed-link rapid transit connection across Burrard Inlet, connecting Vancouver, B.C., to the North Shore, revives an idea that has floated the inlet for years. See Original Article In pictures: Bennetts Associates' Cambridge student centre finishes Scheme built by KierSee Original Article Wates nabs rival boss to head up regional team David Saville swaps John Sisk for new role at £1.6bn businessSee Original Article