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Saluting the Newsmakers

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Their remarks came from the heart. Some were passionate, some were funny. Sharing their awards, they all thanked the teams that helped them achieve this recognition, as everything in this industry requires enormous collaboration. ENR's Newsmakers received their awards at a ceremony in New York City on April 7 as colleagues and family members looked on and cheered. Find out what these industry leaders had to say about innovation, education, sustainability and rebuilding at ENR.com.

Newsmakers showed off their trophies and posed with friends after ENR’s annual Newsmaker awards luncheon in New York City on April 7.  You can hear what they said on video at ENR.com.
Photo: Sue Pearsall
Newsmakers showed off their trophies and posed with friends after ENR’s annual Newsmaker awards luncheon in New York City on April 7. You can hear what they said on video at ENR.com.
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Owner Connection:

ENR's Richard Korman visited with the Construction Users Roundtable as members turned their attention to prefabrication and modular construction techniques.

Hospital for Haiti:

One of the first major public-sector projects to start in Haiti since the 2010 earthquake is under way, funded entirely from private sources, with much time, money, expertise and materials from the construction sector. Watch the ENR.com video.

Correction

The article “MassDOT Administrator Out After Latest Big Dig Mishap” misstated the cost of the Central Artery/Tunnel project in Boston. The latest estimate of the project is about $15 billion, after an initial cost estimate of between $2 billion and $3 billion.

 

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