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  1. The Agonies of Building Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium

    The ups and downs of designing and constructing an exotic convertible stadium roof
  2. Power Storage Banks Shift Energy Industry

    In October 2015, the Aliso Canyon gas fields in Southern California sprang a leak that took the state’s largest gas-storage system out of service.

  3. Pulse: Project News for the Week of July 31, 2017

    Project News from Dodge Data & Analytics for the Week of July 31, 2017

  4. Product Snapshot: Tool Bag and Grade Controls

    The GBL18V-71B Blower has a 71-cfm rating with an airflow speed of 167 mph.

  5. Custom Data System Captures Compliance

    A $429-million highway job in Ohio to bypass the southern city of Portsmouth and speed driving time between Cincinnati and Columbus by late 2018 is the state’s largest road project and its first as a public-private partnership.

  6. How Costly Projects Are Forcing CH2M to Weigh a Buyout

    The firm is reported to be in advanced talks with Jacobs for $1.5B takeover
  7. Construction Economics for the Week of July 31, 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
  8. DHS, Labor Dept. Boost H-2B Visa Total for 2017

    The federal government has raised the limit on visas for temporary or seasonal workers in nonagricultural industries by as many as 15,000, or 23%, but employers seeking them must state, under penalty of perjury, that their businesses are “likely to suffer irreparable harm” without the new workers.

  9. Electric-Hybrid Wheel Loader Shows Promise in Live Trials

    Volvo CE's venture into battery-powered heavy iron is showing promising results with its LX01 prototype wheel loader.

  10. A Tight Tunneling Feat to Transform LA Transit

    Crews hit a milestone in the $1.7-billion Regional Connector project, which entails burrowing through an underground jungle of infrastructure.

  11. Council Unlikely To Delay Approving $1.8B Denver Terminal Upgrade, Despite Airlines' Objections

    The airport has been negotiating the terminal renovation contract with Madrid-based Ferrovial Airports, leader of the public-private partnership, for more than 10 months.

  12. T.Y. Lin Bridge Engineer Dennis Jang, 62, is Dead

    Veteran designer, who helped shape numerous signature crossings, died suddenly.
  13. Product Snapshot: Inspection Camera and Dust Extraction

    The Micro CA 350 inspection camera provides a clear view of tight, confined spaces encountered by building trades.

  14. Construction Software Competitors are Set to Merge

    Viewpoint will buy Dexter + Cheney, combining services and teams but continuing to invest in both brands' flagship products and modules.
  15. Paul Matt Leaves Strong Foundation

    Paul Matt, 85, who died on June 30, had a 65-year career building more than 450 structures, including Southern California icons such as the Skirball Cultural Center, The Broad, the Petersen Automotive Museum, the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in Beverly Hills and the Wilshire Boulevard Temple restoration.