Cover Story: Prefab-ulous
Racking Up Big Points For Prefab
Cover Photo: Skip Peterson
The Top 100 Green Contractors
Contractor Cuts Schedule by Decade for Super-Fast Superlevee
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and its contractors are setting a record for achieving the fastest gain in consolidation and strength on earthen levees.
Accounting Changes Could Mean Trouble
Contractors say standards-board proposal could add costs and invite manipulation.
Family Mourns as Oklahoma Fatality Remains a Mystery
Dena Parsons wants to know why something suddenly hit her husband in the head, killing him.
Industry Merger-and-Acquisition Activity Gaining Steam
Lots of buyers with lots of cash and motivated sellers are fueling a rebound in merger-and-acquisition activity.
Labor Board Ruling Upholds Union 'Bannering'
Construction labor unions and industry groups agree that a newly issued National Labor Relations Board ruling is precedent-setting.
Hoover Dam Bypass Cableway Supplier Will Be Reimbursed
Obama Infrastructure Plan Faces Tough Path in Congress
Back to the Future: AutoCAD Now Available for Macs
Despite Seasonal Gains, Unemployment Still Tops 2009
Workers May Shun Nuke Sector If New Projects Do Not Proceed
State Court OKs Power Line To Planned Cape Wind Project
Deere Sells Its Wind-Energy Business for $900 Million
Codes Credited with Minimizing New Zealand Quake Damage
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