Construction And Engineering

The Latest: Body in Florida raises South's death toll to 14

Oct 13, 2018

Search and rescue teams report finding at least one body in Mexico Beach, town at ground zero in the Florida Panhandle nearly wiped out by Hurricane Michael

Safety group wants Hyundai and Kia to recall 2.9M vehicles

Oct 12, 2018

A nonprofit auto safety group is demanding that Hyundai and Kia recall 2.9 million cars and SUVs due to consumer complaints that they can catch fire

Newark airport getting new $2.7 billion terminal

Oct 10, 2018

Newark Liberty International Airport's smallest and most antiquated terminal is getting a major upgrade

Homeland Security issues another Texas border wall waiver

Oct 10, 2018

The Department of Homeland Security has issued another waiver of environmental laws to build new border barriers in South Texas, this time for roughly 17 miles (27 kilometers) of new border wall

Whitefish Energy gets US contracts after Puerto Rico ouster

Oct 9, 2018

A year after losing a $300 million no-bid contract to restore Puerto Rico's hurricane-shattered electric grid, Whitefish Energy Holdings has quietly been seeking and winning U.S. government contracts

Initiative seeks to repeal California's gasoline tax hike

Oct 8, 2018

California voters will soon decide whether to drive out a gasoline tax increase passed to fund transportation projects across the state

Collapsed northern Arizona highway under repair

Oct 5, 2018

Transportation crews are repairing a major northern Arizona highway that tourists use to reach the Grand Canyon's North Rim, Lake Powell and southern Utah

Trudeau, Snyder mark work start on Detroit-Windsor bridge

Oct 5, 2018

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder to celebrate the start of construction on a bridge between Windsor, Ontario, and Detroit

Saudi Arabia in discussions on oil refinery in Pakistan

Oct 5, 2018

Pakistani authorities say they are in talks with Saudi Arabia to launch several mega projects, including construction of an oil refinery at the country's southwestern Gwadar port on the Arabian Sea coast

Judge's decision on Dakota Access study likely months away

Oct 3, 2018

A federal judge's decision on whether a year's worth of additional study of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline adequately addresses American Indian concerns appears weeks if not months away

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