New York City


Greg Noone Joins CraneWorks as New York City, Long Island Sales/Rentals Manager

New York has a new CraneWorks sales and rentals manager: Greg Noone will cover the New York City and Long Island territories, advising sales and rentals customers while bringing in new business for mobile service trucks and New Jersey repair shop....


IUOE Local 14 Elevates Training for New York City Crane Operators with a CM Labs Crane Simulator

Imagine the responsibility of operating a 300 ft. boom crane in North America's most densely populated setting and you'll understand why a New York City (NYC) crane license is arguably the most difficult of its kind to obtain in the United States....


Doosan Partners With Best Line Equipment to Serve New Jersey, NYC Customers

Doosan Infracore North America LLC is partnering with Best Line Equipment to expand its dealer network in New Jersey and New York City. The new facility is Best Line Equipment's first New Jersey dealership and is located at 275 Clark Street, Keyport, N.J., just 8 mi....


New York City Department of Sanitation Braves Unknowns to Keep City Safe, Clean During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY), like the city it serves, truly is a department that never sleeps, as evidenced by the extreme circumstances it has had to manage during the coronavirus pandemic....


Deutz Corporation to Bring Power Center Concept to Florida, New Jersey, New York City

Deutz Corporation is introducing its Deutz Power Center concept to the Florida, New Jersey and New York City markets. As of Feb. 14, 2020, Deutz took over sales and service responsibilities for the state of Florida, with plans to launch two Deutz Power Center locations in Jacksonville as well as the Fort Lauderdale metropolitan area....


New York's $25B Hudson Yards Development Opens

NEW YORK (AP) New York's $25 billion Hudson Yards development recently opened to the public, offering both basic daily life amenities and luxuries that have earned it the nickname "Manhattan's mini-city." People lined up March 15 to climb the 2,500 steps to the top of a massive, honeycomb-shaped sculpture called Vessel — the visual centerpiece of a complex of high-rises on Manhattan's West Side with pricey commercial and residential space, plus about 100 shops and restaurants....


Old Tappan Zee Bridge Demolished

The old Tappan Zee bridge is no more after crews demolished it into the Hudson River the morning of January 15. The span was supposed to come down on January 12, but high winds caused crews to reschedule, NYup.com reported....


Deep Underground, New NYC Train Hub Slowly Takes Shape

NEW YORK (AP) - Deep in the bedrock 15 stories below the famous Grand Central Terminal, a cavernous construction site is slowly, and expensively, taking shape as a commuter rail hub that will accommodate more than 150,000 passengers a day....


WDF Announces $71M Jacob Riis Houses Restoration Project

Tutor Perini Corporation, a civil, building and specialty construction company, has announced that its subsidiary, WDF Inc. , has been approved for award by the New York City Housing Authority for the Sandy Recovery Program Restoration at Jacob Riis Houses....


Amazon Selects NYC, Northern Va. for New HQ, Nashville for Operations Center

Amazon has announced that it has selected New York City and Arlington, Va., as the locations for the company's new headquarters. Amazon will invest $5 billion and create more than 50,000 jobs across the two new headquarters locations, with more than 25,000 employees each in New York City and Arlington....






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