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Inadequate fall protection cited in Viking Stadium fatality

New construction to handle spent nuclear fuel from aircraft and submarines

Plans to build new brick-and-mortar repair shops and upgrade communication connectivity

Worker speaks out about safety conditions at Sioux Falls demolition job

Behind-the-wheel training hours no longer mandatory

Delays mount but costs probably not enough to kill Dakota Access pipeline project

Two entwined Massachusetts companies deliberately misclassified hourly workers as independent contractors

IronDirect announced the grand opening of its 100-acre Customer Experience Center in Asheville, N.C.

Dollar-for-dollar matching grant from the Caterpillar Foundation

But California drought and "Buy America" provision could hang up final funding

Kobelco Construction Machinery U.S.A. and Kobelco Cranes North America will merge under the Kobelco Construction Machinery U.S.A. name

Founder says Nikola Two will probably be the first model to enter production

New rule makes room for innovation

Army Corps wants responsible alternate route for pipeline crossing.

Titanic Redoux - Just in case you missed the first trip

Public-private partnership for commercial space infrastructure

Photo: Felipe Santana

Majority of voters want lame-duck Congress to pass WRDA and pipeline rehabilitation by in year-end

Nikola Motor Co. long-awaited fuel cell-electric truck comes to market in 2020

Data integration simplifies the process of utilizing 3D design files when grading

Factory-installed, fully integrated machine optimization system now available for Deere's G-Series skid steers and compact loaders
 

Proactive programs to keep  workplaces safe

Looking up at a 3.4 percent year-to-year increase

ISO has published the mixed-fleet telematics standard.

Red dots show 1.6 inch sinking a year observed by Europe's Sentinel-1 satellite

Scientific proof from space that luxury condo is sinking

Lack of public-sector investments in infrastructure and other civil works the cause

Company says its Moss Mine has about 200,000 ounces of gold - worth $236 million at today's price

Exports of U.S.-made construction equipment fell 25 percent for the first three quarters of 2016

Double homicide investigation at suburban Chicago townhouse construction site

High radiation levels near the failed reactor meant the new protective shelter had to be assembled away from the site, then slid slowly into place
 

Drone view of Apple Headquarters, due to open in 2017

How Japan meets an infrastructure dilemma

Provides "free speech zone" for water-protectors after December 5 closure of Federal property

Employee creates a simple and inexpensive solution to freeway sign pollution

Vanderbilt University develops 'self-reporting' coatings that show potential for near-future failure

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