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Equal Opportunities Commission publishes guide to help tackle harrassment in the construction industry
Requiring plans to address harassment in contract bids and providing an anonymous hotline to receive complaints for all onsite workers cited as examples of good practice by EEOC
Can Monster Trucks help JCB make headway in North America?
JCB is using this sports league to market to North America customers
Demolition begins at high school where 17 died
Works at site of 2018 Parkland shooting to take weeks
3 highlights from Lennar’s second quarter results
A look at the highlights of Lennar’s second-quarter results
New Holland adds telescopic reach to its small articulated loaders
New Holland added telescopic reach to its small articulated loaders
US construction materials prices decrease for the first time in 2024
US construction materials fell in the month of May
‘All systems go’ for US’ largest federally-funded mass-transit project
Massive transit programme gets green light in new federal funding
World’s most powerful telescope ready for construction
Architecture and Engineering firm, IDOM, completes successful final design review for one of the largest mechanised smart buildings in the world
Bill Gates’ energy company breaks ground on next generation nuclear plant in Wyoming
Bechtel hails ground breaking at Natrium Demonstration plant as launching a “new approach to nuclear plant construction”
Intel suspends US$25bn Israel chip plant project
Technology firm Intel said it’s suspending its chip plant expansion plan in Israel but that it was not due to the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza
US Army Corps of Engineers awards $132.7m Staten Island stormwater work
New York-based Triumph Construction has won a contract worth $132.7 million to build a series of large interior drainage ponds and associated stormwater infrastructure on Staten Island
Strabag, Electreon test German roads for inductive EV charging
The partnership created an EV-charging road in Europe
Skanska’s Francis Scott Key Bridge recovery work worth $50m
Skanska has revealed that recovery and salvage work at the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore, USA, is worth a total of US$50 million
3 findings from Skanska USA’s Market Trends report
Takeaways from Skanska’s webinar series
Fincantieri subsidiary gets US$1bn contract from US Navy
Shipbuilders have won a billion-dollar contract in the US
US’ largest steel producer acquires Rytec for $US565 million
A US steel company acquired Rytec for more than half-a-billion dollars
Hensel Phelps wins Meta’s Alabama data-centre build
Hensel Phelps awarded newest Facebook project in US southeast
Cleveland’s massive federal grant bid for lakefront plans
The city has made one of its largest federal grant requests in history
Record mass timber high-rise proposed
Developer is proposing a mass timber structure that would be the tallest in world
Vinci Construction acquires two North American road builders
Vinci Construction acquires US-based Newport Construction and Canada-based Entreprises Marchand & Frères 
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