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High Court Says EPA Should Have Weighed Mercury Rule's Costs
EPA foes praise the 5-4 ruling, but environmental advocates say it is limited in scope.
Experts: Berkeley Balcony Collapse Spotlights Gap in Building Oversight
Dry rot failures are a sign, experts claim, that potentially catastrophic structural problems in wood-framed construction are being overlooked.
Hawaii Takes Steps to Be First State to Reach 100% Renewable Energy
A law signed June 17 to mandate alternative power sourcing by 2045 follows sale of state utility to NextEra, the largest U.S. solar energy developer.
Maryland Gov. Tentatively Okays One Transit Line, Rejects Another
Gov. Larry Hogan's approval of the Purple Line hinges on cutting the $2.4-billion project's cost and boosting counties' share of costs.
- Supreme Court Upholds Obama's Health Care Law for Second Time
- Senate Panel's Six-Year Highway Bill Wins Praise
- EPA Floats New Fuel Efficiency Rules For Medium- and Heavy-Duty Trucks
- Envision Infrastructure Rating Tool is Gaining Critical Mass in Industry
- Wash. State Pulls Plug on Panel Monitoring Seattle Tunnel Project
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ENR Top 200 Environmental Firms Survey 2015
The 2015 ENR Top 200 Environmental Firms on line survey was launched May 1 and is due June 26. Please contact the survey team at ENRT200env@construction.com to update contact info, or check if your firm's 2014 revenue for environmental services would rank it among the Top 200. To see a pdf of the survey, please click here. To see the 2014 list of the ENR Top 200 Environmental Firms, please click here.
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