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U.S. DOT Announces $277.5M in Emergency Relief Funding for Transit Systems Damaged by Hurricanes

The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced May 31, the allocation of $277.5 million in Emergency Relief funding for public transportation systems damaged by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria....


Army Committed to Restoring Puerto Rico's Power

Six months after Hurricane Maria made landfall, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers remains committed to safely and urgently restoring reliable power and returning normalcy to the U.S. citizens of Puerto Rico as quickly as possible....


Industry Leaders Pull Together in the Face of 2017's Worst Natural Disasters

When disaster strikes, the construction industry is notorious for pulling together and helping communities get back on their feet. Among hurricanes, floods and wildfires alone, 2017 saw more than its share of natural disasters....


Crews to Finish Cleanup of Irma Debris in Central Florida

Orlando, Fla. (AP) Dec. 11 marked three months since Hurricane Irma blew into Central Florida on Sept. 11 with gusty winds that toppled trees and shook loose several million cubic yards of branches and limbs....


Fluor Announces Arrival of Hundreds of Vehicles, Equipment in Puerto Rico to Support Power Restoration

Fluor Corporation announced Nov. 21 the arrival of more than 400 pieces of essential construction and specialty equipment at a shipping terminal in Puerto Rico in support of its ongoing work restoring power there....


Puerto Rico Seeks $5.84B in Disaster Aid for Transportation Facilities

Gov. Ricardo Rosello is asking President Trump and Congress to provide Puerto Rico with more than $5.84 billion in disaster aid just to cover repairs to the island territory's hurricane-damaged roads, bridges, seaports and airports....


OSHA Resumes Regular Enforcement in Florida and Georgia

The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has resumed normal enforcement throughout most of Florida and Georgia. The agency had ceased most programmed enforcement actions following Hurricane Irma....


Doosan, Pinnacle Central Team Up for Hurricane Recovery

When disasters occur, it's not just ordinary citizens that feel compelled to give. It's important to remember that companies are made up of good people who are willing to help not just their friends and neighbors, but those in distress hundreds of miles away....


Habitat for Humanity to Support Hurricane-Affected Families in Long-Term Housing Recovery

Habitat for Humanity is commencing the long-term phase of its Habitat Hammers Back hurricane recovery initiative, pledging to help more than 6,000 families across regions impacted by hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria....


Summit Supply Donates $25K Toward Hurricane Relief Efforts in Texas, Florida

Summit Supply, LLC of Asbury, NJ has donated $25,000 to Rapid Relief Team (RRT), a global organization that provided catering services and support to those directly impacted by these recent disasters, as well as direct assistance to first responders and volunteers....






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