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VIDEO: Repurposed Aggregates to Transform Maryland Construction Industry With Innovative CDE Technology

Based in Maryland, Repurpose Aggregates is an enterprise focused on developing aggregate materials from the innovative reuse and repurposing of leftover or discarded construction, demolition and excavation (CD&E) waste....


Pair of Sinkholes on Major Maryland Roadways to Soon Be Repaired

Highway officials in Maryland were on the scene in suburban Washington, D.C., June 15 to assess damage from the latest sinkhole to strike the state's congested highway system since May. The most recent damage was formed on Interstate 270 when a damaged drainage pipe under the highway caused the 20-ft.-wide hole to form on the southbound lanes of the highway near I-370 in the Gaithersburg area, prompting transportation officials to shut down the lanes....


Maryland's Aging Baltimore Arena Ready for $150M Renovation Effort

The 60-year-old Baltimore Arena is officially getting a face-lift. Oak View Group (OVG) held a private groundbreaking ceremony June 9 at the city-owned arena — known as Royal Farms Arena until next February — in downtown Baltimore....


VIDEO: Maryland County Secures Loan to Build Tunnel in Flood-Prone Ellicott City

The largest and potentially most-effective aspect of Howard County, Maryland's $165 million plan to minimize flooding along Main Street in historic Ellicott City will break ground later this year. Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced May 24 in a press release that the county has secured a low-interest loan to build a 5,000-ft.-long tunnel that will divert water away from Ellicott City's Main Street and into the nearby Patapsco River....


Treasury Department to Build $1.4B Facility in Maryland to Print U.S. Currency

The U.S. Treasury Department announced recently that it will replace its main currency-printing plant in Washington, D.C., with a new $1.4 billion production facility in Beltsville, Md. The federal government will build the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) plant on the current site of the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, a federal facility, in Prince George's County....


Maryland Chooses Site for New Span of Chesapeake Bay Bridge

The Maryland Transportation Authority (MTA) has chosen a 2-mi.-wide corridor at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge as the best spot for an additional span, adding that the plan would relieve the most traffic congestion for weekend beachgoers and Eastern Shore commuters....


Westminster Hydraulics Now a Merlo Dealer

Westminster Hydraulics in Taneytown, Md., is now a Merlo dealer. Mid-Atlantic area businesses needing truck mounted equipment, liftgates, cranes and attachments now can get what they need at Westminster Hydraulics....


Maryland's Purple Line Light Rail Can Finally Proceed After $2.3B Contract Signed

A $2.3 billion contract between the private consortium managing Maryland's Purple Line project and a new construction team to complete the long-awaited light-rail line has been signed, according to the consortium and the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA)....


Maryland-Virginia Nice/Middleton Bridge Replacement Gets $200M Federal Loan

The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) on March 15 approved a $200 million federal loan to finance part of the $636 million replacement of the Nice/Middleton Bridge, an 81-year-old span across the Potomac River between Newburg, in Charles County, Md., and King George County in Virginia....


Upgrade to Maryland's State House Dome First Step in $34M Restoration Effort

The historic State House dome in Annapolis, Md., will soon get a facelift. The state's board of public works (BPW) signed off on a $1.5 million contract to revamp the façade of the State House on Jan....






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