Was your week a little busy? No worries! Here is a recap of the most popular stories from our website over the past week: Crews Use Crane To Put Golden Knights Jersey On Vegas StatueWorkers in Las Vegas used two cranes to begin transforming the 150 foot tall Statue of Liberty replica that sits in front of MGM Resorts New York New York Hotel & Casino with an enormous Vegas Golden Knights Jersey, just in time for the Knights to take on the Kings in game 2 of the playoffs. The idea of dressing the statue was going to be tables for next season, but after the Golden Knights qualified for the Stanley Cup in their very first season, the plan was expedited.
Was your week a little busy? No worries! Here is a recap of the most popular stories from our website over the past week: State Expects To Spend $15 Billion On Roadway Erosion Solution As sea levels rise in Hawaii, the beaches and roads are taking a hit. In 2016, the waters on Oahu's Windward Coast ripped off two big pieces of the Kamehameha Highway, one of the top freeways for scenic views in Oahu.
Was your week a little busy? No worries! Here is a recap of the most popular stories from our website over the past week: Contractors Fined Millions For Failing To Hire Local Workers During Arena Construction During the construction of Detroit's $862.9 million Little Caesars Arena, only 25 percent of the hours worked by skilled tradesman were actual residents of the city. By March 2017, contractors have paid $2.9 million in fines for not meeting the 51 percent threshold by the city of Detroit.
Wednesday Wrap-Up : March 28, 2018
Was your week a little busy? No worries! Here's a recap of the most popular stories from our site over the past week: $1B Arena Awaits Warriors' Return To Frisco The new arena for the Golden State Warriors is scheduled to open in time for the 2019-2020 NBA season and will be the first of its kind to be debuted in San Francisco. The Chase Center will have a capacity of 18,000 seats and anchor a district of 11 acres housing restaurants, cafes, offices, public plazas, and a new five-and-a-half acre public waterfront park.
Wednesday Weekly Wrap-Up : March 21, 2018
Too busy to do it all? Here's a recap of our most popular stories from our site over the past week: FIU Bridge Collapse Update : Details Emerge A bridge weighing 950 tons collapsed onto the road below, killing six and injuring at least 10 others. The FIU pedestrian bridge was being built using an accelerated bridge construction method and was designed to withstand a Category 5 Hurricane. But, how did this happen? Learn more about what investigators are doing to determine the cause by reading our full article.
Wednesday Weekly Wrap-Up : March 14, 2018
It is Wednesday Wrap-Up time and just in case you missed it, here is your recap of several popular stories from our site over the past week: Missouri's 100-Year-Old Capitol To See Renovation If you decide to visit the Missouri Capitol, you will be weave your way through a construction zone while the 100-year-old building undergoes a major renovation. Chicago-based Bulley & Andres Masonry Restoration has been awarded the $28.7 million contract, and is set to last until late 2020.
Should I Be Adding a Camera to My Equipment? Five Ways It Helps You
In a more and more competitive industry, the pressures on the management level are ever-growing, particularly around how to save time and money while keeping safe. Harnessing technology by way of telematics and other systems will dramatically change the way you spend your time, and of course maximize productivity and safety. Introducing cameras to your construction site and equipment is one of the latest trends in the industry, and with good reason.
Wednesday Wrap-Up : March 7, 2018
It is Wednesday Wrap-Up time and just in case you missed it, here is your recap of several popular stories from our site over the past week: The Legacy Of Olympic Construction: A Closer Look The 23rd Winter Olympic games that were held in PyeongChang, South Korea, have been hailed as a success by experts and sports fans alike following the Closing Ceremony. As the flag was exchanged from the current to future host cities, viewers have moved their anticipation onto the next Winter Games.
The Legacy of Olympic Construction: A Closer Look
The Games of the 23rd Winter Olympiad in PyeongChang, South Korea have been hailed as a rousing success by both experts and sports fans alike following their epic culmination in this past Sunday's Closing Ceremony. As the global event wound down with the symbolic exchanging of the Olympic flag between the current and future host cities – known as the Antwerp Ceremony – we as viewers moved on ourselves in anticipation of the Games' next iteration.
Wednesday Wrap-Up : February 28, 2018
It's Wednesday Wrap-Up time and just in case you missed it, here is your recap of some of the most popular stories from our site over the past week: Deep Inside A Mountain, Construction Continues On 10,000-Year Clock The founder of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, has been focused on choosing a location for the company's second headquarters, but has also been busy with a side project. Currently, he is working on a 10,000 year-clock built inside a hollowed-out mountain in the Sierra Diablo mountain range in Western Texas.
Wednesday Wrap-Up : February 21, 2018
It's Wednesday Wrap-Up time and just in case you missed it, here is your recap of some of the most popular stories from our site over the past week: Trump Proposes $2.2 Billion For New FBI Facility The infrastructure plan, that the White House released on February 12, contained information about a proposal to fund a new FBI headquarters. The proposal is for $2.2 billion in funding to replace the FBI's existing building in downtown Washington, D.C.