Construction And Engineering

Judge says panel had authority to complete oil pipeline deal

Mar 11, 2019

A judge has ruled that a Michigan panel's approval of an oil pipeline tunnel beneath the Great Lakes should stay intact even though a state law set unconstitutionally long terms for the authority's members

Homebuilder Greg Ugalde prizes measured risk-taking

Mar 10, 2019

Greg Ugalde, chairman of homebuilder association NAHB, listed measured risk-taking among key attributes for executives

Newly elected NAHB Chairman Greg Ugalde talks homebuilding

Mar 10, 2019

Newly elected NAHB Chairman Greg Ugalde talks homebuilding

Italy standoff over high-speed rail to France eases

Mar 9, 2019

Italy's coalition partners appear to have temporarily resolved a dispute over the high-speed rail line to France, with an agreement to let new contract bids go out on schedule but without any financial commitments

First down week since January for S&P 500 as unease spreads

Mar 8, 2019

Another wave of selling on Wall Street Friday left the S&P 500 with its worst weekly showing since January and its eighth loss in the last nine days

More women work in construction that's still a man's world

Mar 8, 2019

Across the country, some construction sites look different these days: More women in hardhats are showing up, trained and toughened to do the gritty labor still dominated by men

Job losses hit construction, retail and transportation

Mar 8, 2019

Job losses hit construction, retail and transportation in February

US housing starts climbed 18.6 percent in January

Mar 8, 2019

US housing starts rose 18.6 percent in January, rebounding from a weak December

At hearing, Amazon tribe accuses Brazil army of atrocities

Mar 8, 2019

In a historic hearing, an indigenous tribe in the Amazon accused the Brazilian military of killing members to make way for the building of a road

Indonesia sending soldiers to build highway in tense Papua

Mar 8, 2019

Indonesia's military is deploying 600 soldiers to continue work on the trans Papua highway after civilian workers fled the project that's been attacked by Papuan independence fighters

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