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NY Thruway Rejects Most of Cuomo Bridge Builder's $960M in Claims

A top official with the New York State Thruway Authority (NYSTA) rejected most of the $960 million in claims from the builders of the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge on July 7. The NYSTA agreed instead to pay only $28 million for a piece of the dispute that had already been resolved, along with a handful of other small costs....

U.S. Supreme Court Rules in Favor of PennEast in Land-Use Suits

In a narrow 5-4 ruling on June 29, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that natural-gas pipeline projects with federal approval can seize state-owned land in a case that supports PennEast Pipeline Co.'s planned 116-mi....

Houston's 10-Year, $7B Project Put On Hold After Lawsuit

HOUSTON (AP) A federal lawsuit was filed to stop a massive $7 billion highway widening project in Houston that local officials and community advocates say won't improve the area's traffic congestion and will disproportionately impact minority residents who would be displaced by the proposed construction....

Court Reverses Its Decision on Dakota Access Pipeline

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) A federal appeals court on Aug. 5 reversed a judge's order that shut down the Dakota Access pipeline pending a full environmental review. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit sided with pipeline owner Energy Transfer to keep the oil flowing, saying a lower-court judge "did not make the findings necessary for injunctive relief."But the appellate court declined to grant Energy Transfer's motion to block the review, saying the company had "failed to make a strong showing of likely success."The appeals court said it expects the parties to "clarify their positions" in the lower court....

Court Ruling Puts Keystone Pipeline Construction on Hold

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) The U.S. Supreme Court handed another setback to the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline from Canada on July 6 by keeping in place a lower court ruling that blocked a key environmental project permit....

Owner-Operators Struggle With Strict Rules of AB5

When the California Supreme Court signed Assembly Bill 5 (AB5) into law, things began to look grim for California owner-operators working for trucking companies. AB5, which goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2020, puts strict rules into place regarding the independent contractor status....

States Urge SCOTUS to Allow Pipeline Work to Continue

CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) Attorneys general from 18 states are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to allow construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to continue. West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said his office will lead the coalition....

U.S. Heads to Court to Build Trump Border Wall in Texas

Three years into Donald Trump's presidency, the U.S. government is ramping up its efforts to seize private land in Texas to build a border wall. Trump's signature campaign promise has consistently faced political, legal and environmental obstacles in Texas, which has the largest section of the U.S.-Mexico border, most of it without fencing....

Tappan Zee Constructors Files Lawsuit Against NYS Thruway Authority

Tappan Zee Constructors LLC (TZC) and its law firm, Peckar & Abramson P.C, have filed a lawsuit against the New York State Thruway Authority (NYSTA) concerning the release of certain documents related to the Governor Mario M....

Massachusetts Court Makes Important Ruling for General Contractors

In a case closely watched by the construction industry, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) reecently overturned a Superior Court's decision barring any recovery by the general contractor G4S (the "general") against the project owner because the general had intentionally and falsely certified that subcontractors had been timely paid when they had not....

Today's Top Stories

  1. After Year of Work, $212M Project to Build Mississippi Bypass Is Ahead of Schedule  →
  2. John Deere Premieres Next Phase of P-Tier Dozers With 950 P-Tier, 1050 P-Tier Models  →
  3. Construction Associations Back State Challenge to Federal Rule that Diverts Infrastructure Resources From Vital Projects  →
  4. Webber Unclogs Notorious Texas Bottleneck  →
  5. OSHA Announces Switch From Traditional Hard Hats to Safety Helmets  →
  6. Inflation Has Contractors Taking Pass On Federally-Funded Transportation Projects  →
  7. City of Pikeville Recognizes Boyd CAT's 58 Years of Service  →
  8. Yanmar Compact Equipment Introduces its First Compact Track Loader — The TL100VS  →
  9. AGC of California Honors Contractors at 2024 Award Ceremony  →
  10. New Data Center Planned for Fayette County, Ga., Could Be World's Largest  →
  11. TDOT Eyes 2026 Completion of Highway 127 Bridge  →
  12. Arizona Receives $95M for Interstate 10 Expansion Project  →
  13. Alabama County Sees Progress On One of Its Largest Road Projects in Tuscaloosa  →
  14. Skanska Concludes 90-Day Pilot Program of Zero-Emission Volvo EC230 Electric in North America  →
  15. Texas' $1.5B Project Meeting Benchmarks  →
  16. Mattracks Launches Track Conversion System for Skid Steers  →
  17. Alabama-Based Conecuh Sausage to Build $58M Production Plant in Andalusia  →
  18. Even Construction Companies at Risk of Damage Caused By Deepfakes  →
  19. Huntsville International Airport Receives $7M Federal Grant to Upgrade Its Terminal  →
  20. Expanding its G-Tier Offerings, John Deere Launches Mid-Size 444 G-Tier Wheel Loader  →
  21. Utah Opens Largest Highway Project Ahead of Schedule  →

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