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$1.2B loan approved for toll lanes on Interstate 66 in Va.

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A $1.2 billion loan for private companies involved in building private toll lanes on Interstate 66 in Virginia has been appro -More

Colo. looking to add toll lanes to Interstate 25

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The Colorado Transportation Commission has unanimously approved the allocation of $250 million to widen Interstate 25 and add -More

S.C. port expansion a huge economic boon

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The Port of Charleston has seen a 10.6% increase in revenue since larger ships began using the port after the widening of the -More

Analysis: Wind poised to become Texas' leading energy source

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Utility Luminant's decision to shutter two coal-burning power plants in Texas next year will make wind the state's leading so -More

$30B contract award delayed by Calif. high-speed rail board

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Five firms are under consideration for a $30 billion contract to operate the first section of high-speed rail in California,  -More

Feds begin studying Atlanta high-speed rail project

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The federal government is conducting an environmental study on a proposed high-speed rail line from Atlanta to Chattanooga, T -More

Baltimore, feds reach agreement on cleaning up wastewater discharge

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Baltimore promised the US Environmental Protection Agency in a 2002 consent decree that it would reduce sewage discharge in t -More

$900M spillway completed in Calif.

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Kiewit West has finished the last phase of the $900 million Folsom Dam Auxiliary Spillway in California, which is designed to -More

Cost nearly doubles to repair Oroville Dam spillway

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Kiewit says much more excavation work and concrete will be needed than originally estimated to rebuild the spillway at the Or -More

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Pa. health provider plans $1B investment in new facilities

October 19, 2017 - 9:52am
Highmark Health will invest about $1 billion to enhance Allegheny Health Network's cancer network and build a 160-bed hospita -More

6,200 workers have helped build D.C.-area Metro extension

October 19, 2017 - 9:52am
Construction is proceeding on phase two of the $2.7 billion Silver Line rail extension project outside Washington, D.C., that -More

Renderings: 78-story tower planned at Dallas mixed-use project

October 19, 2017 - 9:52am
Developers of a proposed mixed-use project on a 20-acre site in downtown Dallas hope to attract a major technology company wi -More

Credit challenges loom for future LNG projects

October 19, 2017 - 9:52am
Elevated construction costs and difficulty in securing long-term supply contracts could hurt the availability of credit for d -More

Brookfield files for 59-story tower at Hudson Yards

October 19, 2017 - 9:52am
Brookfield's second office tower at Hudson Yard's Manhattan West appears to be moving ahead.  -More

Architecture Billings Index declines in Sept.

October 19, 2017 - 9:52am
The Architecture Billings Index fell in September for the first time in seven months.  -More

New home construction dropped 4.7% in September

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New home construction dropped 4.7% last month, the largest decline in six months, for a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1. -More


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