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Developers plan $2.5B conversion of Brooklyn Navy Yard into tech center | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

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  • The nonprofit development columbus oh aggregate supply company tasked with managing the New York City-owned Brooklyn Navy Yard is planning a $2.5 billion, 5.1-million-square-foot expansion that it says will transform the historic shipyard into a creative manufacturing and high-tech hub, according to Bloomberg.

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Subcontractor files lawsuit for $1M nonpayment for Omaha cemetery work | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

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  • An Iowa masonry contractor that performed $3.2 million of columbus oh dump truck company at Omaha National Cemetery in Nebraska is suing the general contractor and insurance columbus oh aggregate supply company for approximately $1.25 million, plus interest, in allegedly unpaid bills, the Lincoln Journal Star reported.

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ABC, industry groups ask Trump to axe federal PLAs | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

Columbus Ohio Dump Truck Company Brief:

  • The Associated Builders and Contractors, in association with other construction industry groups, penned a letter to President Donald Trump asking him to rescind an Obama-era executive order that encourages federal agencies to use project labor agreements (PLA) on any federal or federally assisted project of $25 million or more.

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ABC, industry groups ask Trump to axe federal PLA mandate | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

Columbus Ohio Dump Truck Company Brief:

  • The Associated Builders and Contractors, in association with other construction industry groups, penned a letter to President Donald Trump asking him to rescind an Obama-era executive order that encourages federal agencies to use project labor agreements (PLA) on any federal or federally assisted project of $25 million or more.

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Caltrans stops work on $25M bridge project after detecting lateral movement | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

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  • The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has stopped columbus oh dump truck company on a $25 million Interstate 5 bridge replacement project near Redding because surveyors have detected a 1.5-inch lateral shift in the arches supporting the new structure, according to the Record Searchlight.

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When ICE requests worksite access, CA employers must now demand a warrant | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

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  • On Jan. 1, a California law took effect that prohibits employers from providing "voluntary consent" to a federal immigration enforcement agent's request to enter nonpublic columbus oh dump truck company areas — and California's attorney general recently said he will indeed "prosecute those who violate the law," the Sacramento Bee reports.

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What VA's and OR's new licensing laws mean for contractors | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

Columbus Ohio Dump Truck Company Brief:

  • Virginia and Oregon lawmakers last year adopted new rules around construction contractor bonds, according to Builder.
  • Class A and B columbus oh excavation company in Virginia are now able to provide a $50,000 licensing bond rather than demonstrating a minimum net worth of $45,000 and $15,000, respectively, as part of the license application process.

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VA hospital in CO nears completion, more than $1B over budget | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

Columbus Ohio Dump Truck Company Brief:

  • The Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) beleaguered now-$2 billion Rocky Mountain Regional Medical Center hospital project in Aurora, CO, is nearing completion, but the agency is facing more than $1 billion in cost overruns and a facility that will not offer as many services as its predecessor, according to Federal News Radio.

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Mortenson emphasizes community benefits for $2B Las Vegas Raiders stadium | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

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  • Mortenson Construction has led the effort, spearheaded by long-time employee Lynn Littlejohn, to ensure that the citizens and business communities of Las Vegas and Nevada benefit from construction of the Raiders new $1.9 billion NFL stadium, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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Positioning for more growth, National Trench Safety restructures with key promotions and a new hire | Aggregate, Excavation, Dump Truck Company

National Trench Safety (NTS) has announced three promotions as well as the hiring of an industry veteran as the Houston-based charlotte nc aggregate supply company restructures. NTS specializes in the rental and sales of trench and traffic safety equipment, trench and traffic safety engineering, and OSHA-compliant training classes.

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OSHA renews commitment to safe workplaces for women construction workers | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

Columbus Ohio Dump Truck Company Brief:

  • The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has reestablished its commitment to creating safer working conditions for women in the construction industry by renewing its relationship with the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) through the agency's OSHA Alliance Program, according to Safety + Health.

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Developer sues China Construction America for billions, alleges fraud | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

Columbus Ohio Dump Truck Company Brief:

  • BML Properties, the original owner of the Baha Mar Resort in The Bahamas, filed suit against China Construction America (CCA) in the New York Supreme Court alleging that the contractor engaged in fraud, deception and breaches of contract in order to submit hundreds of millions in bogus billings during its time working on the resort project, according to the suit.

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4 ways states will fund infrastructure projects in 2018 | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

While the construction industry awaits the big reveal of President Donald Trump's long-anticipated infrastructure plan – promised to be introduced this month – state and local governments are likely wondering how the details will affect the way they finance repairs and construction of highways, bridges and other public projects.

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Katerra reportedly seeking $200M in new funding | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

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  • Turnkey modular builder Katerra is reportedly seeking $200 million in new funding, according to Axios.
  • The Silicon Valley startup reported that it had raised $28 million of its planned $30 million round, though unidentified sources told Axios that Katerra is gearing up for a $200 million round, the Silicon Valley Business Journal reported.

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Equipment Roundup: Autonomous Track Loader designed for grading, excavation; Cat C9.3B engine sets stage; Compact excavators getting better; Freightliner delivers wreaths; JLG site preparing customers for aerial lift standards | Aggregate, Excavation, Dum

New Cat C9.3B engine sets stage for the future: Simpler, smaller, more HP and torque

Caterpillar has launched a new engine that will serve as a blueprint for many of the company’s engines to come.

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Business Roundup: What the tax overhaul means for dealers; Hanson named CEO of Manitou NA; VMAC promotes Hogan to CEO; IMT adds dealers; Dealer gives back with huge light show | Aggregate, Excavation, Dump Truck Company

Hanson named regional VP, CEO of Manitou North America

Mark Hanson is the new regional vice president and CEO of Manitou North America.

“We are excited to welcome Mark at a time when Manitou Group is bringing many new innovative products to global markets,” says Laurent Bonnaure, executive vice president of global sales and marketing for Manitou Group.

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Skancke to leave Nev. DOT board after four years | Aggregate, Excavation, Dump Truck Company

Tom Skancke, who has served on the Nevada Department of Transportation’s (NDOT) board of directors the past four years and made giant strides in helping to transform the region’s transportation network, is leaving Nevada for Newport Beach to charlotte nc dump truck company as a consultant with a tech startup company, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

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Appeals court gives green light for MD Purple Line to continue construction | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

Columbus Ohio Dump Truck Company Brief:

  • The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled that a decline in D.C.-area Metrorail ridership does not warrant an update to the environmental study for the $5.6 billion Purple Line project in Bethesda, MD, a decision that allows construction to continue, according to The Washington Post.

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Equipment roundup: Chevy unveils 2019 Silverado; Case updates N Series backhoes; Cat intros INV2000 inverter generator; Komatsu brings AI to equipment; Mechanic ponders a Tesla future | Aggregate, Excavation, Dump Truck Company

Chevy unveils 2019 Silverado with a jaw-dropping redesign

“No it’s not.”

“Holy crud.”

That was just a couple of the exclamations coming from the stands as Chevy introduced its 2019 Silverado by helicopter at the Texas Motor Speedway over the weekend.

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Kansas City officials nix $1B KCI airport terminal deal | Chesapeake Virginia Dump Truck, Aggregate, Excavation Company

Columbus Ohio Dump Truck Company Brief:

  • A super-majority of the Kansas City, MO, city council voted to void a memorandum of understanding with Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate for the development of a new $1 billion terminal at Kansas City International Airport, casting doubt on the firm's future involvement with the project, according to The Kansas City Star.

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