Nebraska


Paulsen Inc. Begins Work On L-17J Project Near Sidney, Nebraska

Work is under way on L-17J, according to the Nebraska Department of Transportation. Paulsen Inc. , of Cozad, Neb., has the $12,700,000 contract. Work includes grading with soil stabilization; pavement replacement; median surfacing; new storm drains; bridge decking; guardrails; electric work; pavement markings and signs; and earth shouldering with seeding....


Omaha-Based Company Tackles Demolition Project in Its Home City

Out with the old, in with the new. That is what demolition is all about. Last fall, Ronco Construction got to work removing the old in its hometown of Omaha, Neb. A construction project in the "Gateway to the West" required demolishing existing buildings to make way for a residential project that was bringing new housing options to the neighborhood....


Doosan Expands Presence in Nebraska With Three New Locations

Doosan Infracore North America LLC is partnering with Central Nebraska Bobcat to add three new locations. In addition to providing increased service and support for customers, these new Midwest locations will offer customers more access to purchase and rent Doosan equipment....


Phillips Joins Aspen Equipment as New Territory Manager

Aspen Equipment announced that David Phillips will be joining the company as the truck equipment territory manager for Iowa and Nebraska. Phillips brings more than 10 years of experience to the position, selling sign trucks and boom trucks throughout the United States, Canada and Latin/South America....


NDOT Advances Projects Along Highway 275 Corridor

Highway 275 from Norfolk to Fremont has long been an identified corridor critical to the economic growth of northeast Nebraska and the Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) has recognized this corridor as a priority....


Site Prep for Nebraska Hospital Unearths Interesting Find

As crews worked to compact soil while completing site preparation for the expansion of the Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital's Lincoln, Neb., campus, they just couldn't achieve compaction. So, they began digging to find the unsuitable soil....


Nebraska Launches $352M Lincoln South Beltway

Most large cities have a loop around the city center to divert traffic from the downtown area and to enhance traffic flow. Lincoln, Neb., has been dreaming of a beltway since the 1960s, but until the Build Nebraska Act was passed in 2011, designating one-quarter of 1 percent of sales tax for expansion of the expressway system, federal high priority corridors and preservation of the existing transportation system, the Nebraska Department of Transportation wasn't able to commit the resources necessary....


Lincoln Airport Moves Ahead On $44M Terminal Renovation

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Lincoln Airport officials want to raise taxes to pay for a $44 million terminal renovation and expansion. The last time the Airport Authority used its authority to levy a property tax was in 1986....


Omaha Invests $300M to Transform Riverfront

In downtown Omaha, construction crews are busy both tearing down and building up as they work on a three-phase park project certain to transform the riverfront city. The parks are existing, but separate....


Nebraska DOT Improves U.S.-136 in Webster County

Work is under way on an $11 million project in Webster County, Neb., to resurface 11 mi. of U.S.-136. The contract was awarded to Werner Construction Inc. of Hastings, Neb. "The road is in terrible shape....






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