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  1. Contractor Reduces Marine Pile-Driving Time with 3D Controls

    Custom software speeds a complex pile installation in Nova Scotia.

  2. Sensor Technology Brings Situational Awareness to Jobsites

    Getting connected on a jobsite was once a matter of trying to find a decent cellphone signal.
  3. Construction Revs Up on P3 Freeway in Phoenix

    Now that construction has finally begun, crews are making rapid progress on the long-planned Loop 202 freeway in metropolitan Phoenix.
  4. Dam Worries Resurface After Oroville Scare

    Dam engineers and safety experts say the drama that unfolded in February at California’s Oroville dam could be a good thing for dam safety in the U.S.

  5. Smaller Projects Lead Use of BIM Collaboration Platform

    A new web-based, structural-engineering BIM collaboration platform is providing its devel­opers with a few surprises about how the product is being used, with more small projects loaded than expected.

  6. AGC, Manufacturers Plan Infrastructure Funding Push

    Groups lay groundwork for broader industry funding coalition.
  7. Billions in Delayed Tel Aviv Rail Work Now Moving

    Learning lessons from the much-delayed, 23-kilometer first phase of a Tel Aviv regional light-rail system, Israeli transportation officials have issued new engineering and project management tenders for the next two lines, with construction investment estimated at $8 million.

  8. New York State Moves To Cut Methane-Gas Emissions

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) has put forth 25 actions meant to reduce methane-gas emissions by 2020 as part of the state’s effort to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions 40% by 2030 and 80% by 2050.
  9. Construction Economics for the Week of May 29, 2017

    ENR’s 20-city average cost indexes, wages and materials prices. Historical data and details for ENR’s 20 cities can be found at ENR.com/economics
  10. Pulse: Project News for the Week of May 29, 2017

    Project News from Dodge Data & Analytics

  11. Electric-Hybrid Pickup Truck Targets Contractors' Needs

    Talk to Don Wires, director of engineering for the Workhorse Group, and he makes the W-15—his company’s new half-ton, battery-electric pickup—sound like an exotic sports car with a really big trunk.

  12. Women Seek Construction Industry's Critical Path

    Nearly 400 ENR conferees push ‘power of the purse’ to counter still-pervasive gender challenges in career growth
  13. WIFIA Program Gets 43 Requests, Seeking $6B in Loans

    Local water agencies got good news when Congress added $10 million to the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act loan program in the recently enacted omnibus spending bill.
  14. Illinois Board OKs $4B Interstate Expansion

    The Illinois Tollway board this month approved a $4-billion, 22-mile expansion and rehabilitation of a stretch of Interstate 294 called the Central Tri-State Tollway—more than double the original scope of $1.8 billion.

  15. South Carolina Passes First Gas-Tax Increase in 30 Years

    Overriding a gubernatorial veto, the South Carolina Legislature has enacted the state’s first gas-tax increase in 30 years.