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Manitowoc Wins Bid to Provide Grove GMK4060HC All-Terrain Cranes to U.S. Army

Manitowoc Cranes was awarded a $28.2 million contract to provide Grove all-terrain cranes to the U.S. Army. The GMK4060HC cranes (HC for heavy crane) are specifically engineered for military use and have unique features that make them suitable for job sites on a variety of terrains....

Texas A&M Announces Army Futures Command Project

The Texas A&M University System plans to authorize construction on a $130 million combat development complex for the Army Futures Command at the RELLIS campus in Bryan, Texas. The Eagle reported on Aug....

Telsmith Welcomes Service Technician Matthew Vereb Back From Military Service

Telsmith Inc. , a manufacturer of mineral processing equipment, recently welcomed back one of its southeastern field service technicians, Matthew Vereb, from a yearlong mission in Germany. Vereb started at Telsmith in 2016 as field service technician for the southeast territory, including Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi....

Former Fort McClellan HQ Sold for Independent Living Center

ANNISTON, Ala. (AP) The agency created to redevelop a former Army base in Alabama has sold the headquarters area for $2.3 million to a group that plans to renovate it for $23 million as an independent living complex....

Army Names 15 Companies for $540M National Guard Construction Project

The U.S. Army has awarded 15 companies a $540 million contract for construction and repair projects at National Guard units in Washington and Oregon. According to the Department of Defense, the National Guard Bureau received 28 bids for the firm-fixed-price contract....

First Artifact Arrives at National Army Museum Construction Site

The National Museum of the United States Army welcomed its first artifact on July 31. A 28-ton M3 Bradley Cavalry Fighting Vehicle was delivered to the museum's construction site near Fort Belvior before it was set in place on a reinforced concrete slab, Pentagram reported....

Army to Expand Arlington Cemetery, Ends Talks With County

ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) Arlington National Cemetery is moving ahead with plans to expand by roughly 50,000 spaces, extending the cemetery's life beyond 2050. The cemetery is run by the Army. For several years, military officials tried to negotiate a land swap with Arlington County that would allow the cemetery to expand and accommodate the county's needs as well....

Country Salutes Army With National Museum

The National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA) is currently being built in Fort Belvoir, Va., within 30 minutes of Washington, D.C. At present, the Army is the only branch of the military without a national museum....

G.I. Bill: The Degrees and Certificates That Can Get You Employed in Construction

Originally created in 1944 and known as the Servicemen's Readjustment Act, the G.I. Bill's primary purpose was to provide access to academic services, affordable mortgages and hospitals throughout a post-World War II country....

11 Resources for Veterans to Start Your Career in Construction

Although many excel during their time in the armed forces, it can be difficult to make the adjustment to civilian life. Seemingly insignificant responsibilities like finding a job can be a tough process if you've just returned from a tour of duty....

Veterans in Construction: What Insights Veterans Bring to Your Construction Site

As we approach Armed Forces Day, it's important to remember that military veterans have a lot to offer the civilian construction site. The U.S. Armed Forces teach a number of interpersonal skills easily transferred to other areas....



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