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Oklahoma, Texas Look at Link Between Fracking and Seismicity
Oil and gas stronghold states, alarmed by recent spikes in seismic activity, apply closer scrutiny to fracking operations.
Teams Mobilize to Rescue Survivors, Assess Quake Damage in Nepal
Global funds and personnel pour into Katmandu but upgrading poor nation's construction will not be quick; read and see US structural engineer Kit Miyamoto's reports from the quake zone.
Construction March Spending Up 2% From Year-Earlier Level
But Census Bureau report also says completed projects' value declined 0.6% from February's annual rate.
Fight Looms in Congress Over ExIm Bank Extension
Capitol Hill battle expected to intensify soon with bank's authorization due to expire June 30.
- SNC-Lavalin Wins Big Canada Jobs, But Infrastructure Chief Joins Golder
- U.S. Ports Peg 10-Year 'Landside' Needs at $28.9 Billion
- Fred Berger, Louis Berger Top Exec and Global Industry Activist, Dies at 67
- Manitowoc Wins Crane-Patent Case Against Chinese Manufacturer Sany
- Congress Clears Bill to Improve Buildings' Energy Efficiency
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ENR's 3rd Annual Construction Risk Summit
June 16, 2015: Dallas, TX
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ENR Top 200 Environmental Firms Survey 2015
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ENR International Contractors Survey
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Florida Deep Creek Partners LLC is planning to build the Orlando Hockey Center in Winter Garden.
Bids, Contracts, Proposals
California Davis Reed Construction has started building the Kimpton Palomar Hotel in Palm Springs.
Bid, Proposal Dates
Alaska 5/5 The Lower Kuskokwim School District is seeking bidders to build a replacement school for the Kwethluk K-12 school. The project will include the demolition of existing structures, including fuel tanks, and the construction of a two-story, 48,500-sq-ft school building.
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