Construction And Engineering

Mexico City takes over collapse site for earthquake memorial

Mar 14, 2018

Mexico City is taking ownership of a lot where a seven-story office building collapsed in September's deadly earthquake, clearing the way for a planned park memorializing victims of the disaster

S Korean firm joins Ohio effort to build petrochemical plant

Mar 12, 2018

Ohio Gov. John Kasich says major South Korean industrial plant builder has joined state's effort to build multibillion-dollar petrochemical plant

The Latest: Sierra Club says eastern Ohio ethane plant risky

Mar 12, 2018

An environmental group is challenging Ohio Gov. John Kasich's promotion of a multi-million dollar petrochemical plant in eastern Ohio's Belmont County.

NY auction to raise funds for Harlem museum's new building

Mar 12, 2018

Artists with worldwide renown are donating work to sell at a Sotheby's auction this year in order to raise funds for construction of the Studio Museum of Harlem's new home

Rights group: Myanmar army building on razed Rohingya land

Mar 12, 2018

Amnesty International says Myanmar's military is building installations in villages that had been occupied by Muslim Rohingya who fled to Bangladesh after their homes were burned down

The Latest: Indigenous leaders begin anti-pipeline march

Mar 10, 2018

Thousands of demonstrators are marching Saturday morning to speak out against a pipeline expansion project that would nearly triple the flow of oil from Canada's tar sands to the Pacific coast

Atmos investigated leaks before fatal Dallas house blast

Mar 10, 2018

An email sent by Atmos Energy to state regulators reveals company workers were investigating gas leaks involving fires at two Dallas homes some 12 hours before an explosion at another home killed a 12-year-old girl

Canada pipeline protesters erect structure near tank farm

Mar 10, 2018

Anti-pipeline activists are erecting a cedar protest structure within distance of Kinder Morgan's storage tank farm in the Vancouver suburb of Burnaby

Indigenous, environmental leaders protest Canada pipeline

Mar 10, 2018

Indigenous people and environmental activists are converging in Vancouver Saturday to protest a $5.7 billion pipeline expansion project that would pump oil from Canada's tar sands to the Pacific Coast

Court: TransCanada doesn't have to pay landowner attorneys

Mar 10, 2018

The Nebraska Supreme Court has ruled that the builder of the Keystone XL pipeline doesn't have to reimburse attorneys who defended landowners against the company's efforts to gain access to their land

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