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If the proposal is finalized, it could speed up National Environmental Policy Act reviews for roads, bridges, ports, pipelines, power lines, Internet trunks, and water systems. For now, however, the proposal from the White House Council on Environmental Quality is still...

source: Bloomberg Environment

If you're headed to the Design-Build Conference & Expo in Vegas, then you won't want to miss the chance to party with us! Tickets are still available for DBIA's Opening Party on Wednesday, Nov. 6, at the OMNIA Nightclub in Caesars Palace during the 2019 Design-Build Conference...

source: DBIA

A new study has found that slow payments are costing general contractors and subcontractors $64 billion a year. This is a $24 billion increase from the 2018 study from construction finance platform Rabbet, formerly Contract Simply, as the company added general contractors...

source: Construction Dive

The problem of dual entry and having to maintain parallel project management platforms remains a persistent problem in construction, according to a new SmartMarket Report from Dodge Data & Analytics. Working from an online...

source: ENR

In the United States, scour is the main source of bridge failure. It occurs when floodwaters wash away the materials on all sides of the foundation of a bridge, forming scour holes that weaken the structural integrity. In the study, Yang...

source: AZO Cleantech

The Empire State Building (ESB) is set open the newly renovated 102nd-floor Observatory on 12 October. ... The design and structural work were performed by a team that included Beneville Studios, Corgan, Diversified, IDEO, JLL, Kubik Maltbie,...

source: Design Build Network


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