All United States of America Articles

Zero emissions to make up half of all commercial vehicles by 2040
U.S. vehicle adoption rates point to ZEVs reaching 25% by 2030
7 of the world’s biggest rail megaprojects under construction
International Construction examines seven of the biggest rail megaprojects around the world.
Link-Belt RT at work on major restoration project
Rough terrain crane lifts materials for Florida job
CES Power enters Europe with acquisition
US events rental business intent on global expansion
Action Equipment & Scaffold adds Salt Lake City location
Company has provided scaffold solutions for more than 70 years
Former US marine on how military veterans can build a construction career
Lucy Barnard finds out why more and more construction companies are pledging to recruit and advance army veterans.
US home builder confidence drops to five-month low
Confidence among home builders in the USA has dropped to a five-month low amid persistently high mortgage rates.
EquipmentShare completes $150 million equity raise
Funding to support US investment and growth
Zero-emission construction machinery tested on LA Project
Largest electric excavator of its kind used on Los Angeles Metro’s Purple (D Line) project 
Superior Rigging & Erecting continues fleet expansion
The Georgia-based company has purchased five new cranes for their growing fleet. 
Big infrastructure builds across the United States
ACT focuses in on an array of infrastructure projects. 
Sunbelt acquires in Midwest
Deal adds location in Indiana
Contractor appointed to build southern approach on $6bn Frederick Douglass Tunnel
US rail company Amtrak has selected a joint venture between Clark Construction/Stacey and Witbeck to build the southern approach for the US$6 billion Frederick Douglass Tunnel.
Terex to start offering Cummins hydrogen engines in concrete mixers
Construction equipment manufacturer Terex Advance is to start offering Cummins’ hydrogen internal combustion engine as an option in its concrete mixer trucks.
Judge orders South Korean subcontractor to pay $9m for defrauding US military
A US federal judge has ordered a South Korean repair and maintenance subcontractor to pay a fine and restitution totalling nearly US$9 million for bid rigging and defrauding the US military.
Contractor wins latest deal on $3.7bn Louisiana hurricane and storm damage reduction scheme
Louisiana-based contractor Dynamic Group has won a US$49.8 million deal to build the fifth levee reach on the West Short Lake Pontchartrain (WSLP) Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction project.
Bechtel selected to oversee construction of Indiana solar project
Bechtel will be in charge of overseeing and completing the entire solar project
New Turkish owner for Hy-Brid Lifts
ASKO adds to portfolio of access manufacturers 
Contractors share €1.3 billion Alexandria metro system deal in Egypt
Egyptian contractor Orascom Construction and Colas Rail have signed a €1.3 billion deal to build a new regional metro system in Alexandria, Egypt.
US new apartment construction hits 50-year high
Construction of new apartments has hit a 50-year high with more than 460,000 being completed this year alone.
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