Construction And Engineering

Markets Right Now: Stocks fall along with price of oil

May 2, 2019

Stocks close broadly on Wall Street as energy slumps, technology and media companies turn lower.

NYC makes calls from jail free, 1st major US city to do so

May 1, 2019

Mayor Bill de Blasio says New York is now providing free phone calls from jails, making it the first major U.S. city to eliminate fees for inmate calls

The Latest: White House says Trump-Dems meeting 'productive

Apr 30, 2019

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says Tuesday's infrastructure meeting between President Donald Trump and Democratic lawmakers was "excellent and productive."

Sheriff seeks dismissal from lawsuit over anti-protest laws

Apr 29, 2019

A western South Dakota sheriff is seeking to be dismissed from a lawsuit challenging new state laws that aim to prevent disruptive demonstrations by Keystone XL oil pipeline opponents

Proposed new Arizona highway generates support, opposition

Apr 29, 2019

Proposed Arizona highway called both economic benefit and environmental threat

Latest: Mayor: 2 who died when crane fell were ironworkers

Apr 28, 2019

Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan says the people previously identified as crane operators who died when a crane fell from a building Saturday were ironworkers

Seattle fire chief says two crane operators and two people inside cars died when a construction crane fell on a street

Apr 28, 2019

Seattle fire chief says two crane operators and two people inside cars died when a construction crane fell on a street

Seattle Fire Department spokesman says 4 killed after construction crane falls on street

Apr 27, 2019

Seattle Fire Department spokesman says 4 killed after construction crane falls on street

Xi: China wants to expand sprawling infrastructure project

Apr 27, 2019

Xi calls for more countries to join China's sprawling infrastructure-building initiative as other leaders expressed support for a project Washington worries is building Beijing's strategic influence

Mexico bans Odebrecht from federal contracts for 3 years

Apr 26, 2019

Mexico's comptroller has banned federal agencies from contracting with Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht and its Mexican subsidiary for three years

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