Cover Story: Hard as Rock
Rock-Fiber Rebar Gets First Big Test
Refiner Valero Restarts $3 Billion in Projects
Work had stopped for more than a year because of the economic slowdown.
Funding Set for New Cairo Powerplant
Blackouts and brownouts that are familiar features of life in Cairo, but that may change now.
You Could Say This Footbridge is a Real Cliffhanger
How they got the adrenaline pumping at a canyon in British Columbia.
Abu Dhabi Rail Project Bids Due
The procurement process has started for a rail network to span the United Arab Emirates.
Can Ford Pass Off Its V-6-Powered Truck as a V-8?
To show it is really serious about V-6 power, the company has put new engineers in the F-150 pickup.
House ‘Quake Belts’ Could Prevent Collapses
Everglades Restoration Inching Along
Panama Canal Project Revs Up With New Award
Global Engineers Push To Manage Innovation
Europe Moves, Russia Counters on Gas Lines
Feds Approve Rail Rerouting For Tex-Mex Border Towns
Once Again, Rivals Slam PCA’s Proposed Sample Ordinance
Los Olmos Tunneling Resumes
Rail Network Build-Out Progressing
Israel Reissues BOT Tender for Tel Aviv Line After Canceling Previous Bid Over Finances
Rhode Island Is First State to Adopt New IGCC Green Building Codes
Seattle To Pick Project Manager, Engineers for Central Waterfront Redevelopment Zone
Uptick in Non-Residential Building WorkStill Leaves Market With a Long Way To Go
High Court To Hear Immigration, Labor Cases
Airports: Congress Approves 16th FAA Extension
Legislation: Small-Business Aid Bill Signed
Sens. Boxer, Inhofe Back DOTís TIFIA Loan Program
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