Construction And Engineering

Critics of Salt Lake City project say it threatens culture

Aug 6, 2018

Critics of a proposed mixed-use development in Salt Lake City say it threatens cultural enclave

Croatia opens work on EU-funded bridge opposed by Bosnia

Jul 30, 2018

Construction is starting in Croatia on a bridge that the European Union is financing but has been strongly opposed by neighboring Bosnia

Bosnian city finds peak in centuries-old bridge diving

Jul 29, 2018

To say that the high-diving competition that starts on a historic bridge and ends in a fast-flowing is the pride of a city in southern Bosnia underestimates the resilience it's required to keep the tradition going

Plan for $4.5B wind farm scrapped after regulator's denial

Jul 27, 2018

A utility says it's dropping plans for what would have been the largest wind farm in the country after regulators rejected the $4.5 billion project

Nebraska legal battle speeds up on proposed pipeline route

Jul 27, 2018

The developer of a proposed oil pipeline through Nebraska has won its bid to speed up the legal battle over its route through the state

4 dead, dozens injured in fire at Tokyo construction site

Jul 26, 2018

A fire at an office building under construction in Tokyo's western suburbs has killed at least two people and injured about 40 others, many seriously

Boeing 2Q profit and revenue top estimates

Jul 25, 2018

Boeing reports its second-quarter earnings per share and revenue beat Wall Street estimates

Dakota Access pipeline builder wants state lawsuit dismissed

Jul 25, 2018

The company that built the Dakota Access oil pipeline wants a North Dakota judge to throw out a lawsuit over its ownership of agricultural land, saying it hasn't violated state law banning corporate ownership of farmland

Kenyan groups protest government evictions of 18,000 people

Jul 25, 2018

Eight human rights groups say Kenya's government is violating the rights of nearly 18,000 people who have been evicted from their homes in the last two weeks to protect a forest and construct a road

New-home sales fall 5.3 pct in June ... a warning light?

Jul 25, 2018

Sales of new U.S. homes fall 5.3 percent in June, even as buyers outnumber sellers in a still-tight housing market

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