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Contractor Upgrades Busy Chicago Neighborhood

Chicago, Ill., based Pan-Oceanic Construction is in the midst of upgrading the sanitary sewer system on the city’s Lower West Side along West Cermak Road and West 18th Street. Pan-Oceanic is adding four new junction chambers to connect 54 in....

Skykomish River Bridge Reconnects Cut-Off Washington Neighborhood

INDEX, Wash. (AP) The Aug. 16 ribbon-cutting for a new bridge over the South Fork Skykomish River comes with a sigh of relief in a private community that has been without vehicle access since a 2013 mudslide....

Ray LaHood Becomes Consultant for Caterpillar

PEORIA, Ill. (AP) Peoria-based Caterpillar Inc. has hired former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood as a consultant. The Journal Star reported that the former Illinois congressman will be the company’s representative on policy matters....

Old St. Paul Neighborhood Gets Second Chance

On the Mississippi River banks and across its flowing waters from the office buildings of downtown St. Paul, Minn., towering above on 80 ft. (24 m) bluffs, the first housing to be built in decades is now under construction in a long vacant, city neighborhood....

LaHood Announces Fifth Round of Funding from TIGER Grant Program

U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced the availability of $474 million for a fifth round of the highly successful TIGER (Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery) competitive grant program to fund surface transportation projects that have a significant impact on the nation, a region or metropolitan area....

Outgoing Transportation Secretary LaHood Calls for “Bold Moves” in Infrastructure Fundin

In a recent interview with NPR, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says the U.S. infrastructure system is falling way behind other countries. He called for a bold plan to fund repair and renovation projects for the nation’s roads and bridges....

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood resigns

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, the only Republican still in the first-term Cabinet of President Barack Obama, said today he plans to leave the Obama administration. LaHood, a former congressman from Illinois, pushed for greater safety on the highways and in the air....

Mack Bulldog Hood Ornament Turns 80

The iconic Mack Bulldog hood ornament celebrated its 80th birthday Oct. 11. The Bulldog first became associated with Mack Trucks during World War I. British soldiers nicknamed the Mack AC models used in the Allied effort “Bulldog Macks” because of their tenacity....

Bomag 13-Ton Single-Drum Rollers Feature Dual Frequencies, Vertically Opening Engine Hoods

Featuring vertically opening engine hoods designed for easy access to engine and hydraulic components, Bomag’s BW213-40 Series single-drum vibratory rollers are ideal for a variety of site preparation applications, including highway construction and maintenance, airports, streets and subdivisions, parking lots and landfills....

Miles of Excavating Owner Lives Out Childhood Dream Through His Work

By Jay AdamsCEG CORRESPONDENTWhen Timothy Konowitz was a kid, his hands were attached to Tonka trucks. The sandbox was his oasis to shift, dig through, pile up and haul away. Not much has changed. Konowitz, owner of Miles of Excavating in Wrentham, Mass., is living his childhood dream....

Baton Rouge Neighborhood Opposes Widening of I-10

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) State officials are facing opposition to plans to widen Interstate 10 through Baton Rouge from businesses and residents near Perkins Road, an area prized for its locally owned restaurants, bars and shops....



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