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Tokyo Olympic Venues Make Progress With Two Years to Go

TOKYO (AP) — The Japan Sports Council gave a progress report on the new National Stadium for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday, saying the project is 40 percent complete with two years to go before the opening ceremony....

Wednesday Wrap-Up : March 7, 2018

It is Wednesday Wrap-Up time and just in case you missed it, here is your recap of several popular stories from our site over the past week:The Legacy Of Olympic Construction: A Closer LookThe 23rd Winter Olympic games that were held in PyeongChang, South Korea, have been hailed as a success by experts and sports fans alike following the Closing Ceremony....

The Legacy of Olympic Construction: A Closer Look

The Games of the 23rd Winter Olympiad in PyeongChang, South Korea have been hailed as a rousing success by both experts and sports fans alike following their epic culmination in this past Sunday's Closing Ceremony....

South Korea to Demolish Stadium After Olympic Games

South Korea's new, $109 million stadium, which sits in Pyeongchang, will play host to a total of four ceremonies for both the 2018 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games—and then it will be destroyed....

Colorado Builds $75M U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame

Located more than 6,000 ft. above sea level at the foothills of Rocky Mountains' Pikes Peak, Colorado's $75 million U.S. Olympic Museum will create a gateway to downtown Colorado Springs when it opens in 2019....

Salt Lake City Aiming to Bid for 2030 Winter Olympics

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Utah officials, studying the possibility of Salt Lake City making a bid to host another Winter Olympics, said they would rather host the games in 2030, but could be ready if they're needed for 2026....

Los Angeles to Speed Up Transit Construction Before Olympics

The Los Angeles Metro's Board of Directors has decided it will accelerate numerous transportation projects so they are complete by the 2028 Olympic Games. If left on their initial schedules, some of these projects would not be finished until 2041, Curbed reported....

Cost Reduction Is Key for Utah to Make Bid for 2026 Winter Olympics

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Utah officials are bullish about the prospects of hosting another Winter Olympics, but a co-chair of a new exploratory committee said they'll have to find a way to reduce costs to make it feasible....

Olympic Park Sees First Phases of Extensive Update

Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park has been making progress on an expansion and renovation project, which began earlier this year. The Georgia World Congress Center Authority said two of six extensive projects are slated to be completed by the end of the year, Curbed reported....

Brazilians Questioning Whether Big Probe Will End Corruption

For three years, Brazilians have become used to waking up to images of top politicians or captains of industry being perp-walked to police cars, the result of an ever-widening investigation into the sale of favors by the political elite that led to charges against the president....

Today's Top Stories

  1. ABC Announces 2024 Top-Performing U.S. Construction Contractors  →
  2. Hemp-Based Batteries to Be Manufactured in Wisconsin  →
  3. With $81M in Hand, RIDOT to Build New Freeway Connection From I-95 to Business Park  →
  4. IEDA Annual Meeting, Auction Soars Past Its Own Records  →
  5. After Year of Work, $212M Project to Build Mississippi Bypass Is Ahead of Schedule  →
  6. Akron's $215M NSIT Sewer Project Under Way  →
  7. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Conducts Its Premier Global Auction in Orlando  →
  8. Texas' $1.5B Project Meeting Benchmarks  →
  9. $300M Chicago Project to Untangle Rail Infrastructure  →
  10. Inflation Has Contractors Taking Pass On Federally-Funded Transportation Projects  →
  11. Expanding its G-Tier Offerings, John Deere Launches Mid-Size 444 G-Tier Wheel Loader  →
  12. Yanmar Compact Equipment Introduces its First Compact Track Loader — The TL100VS  →
  13. JCB Debuts New Lift, Compaction Equipment and More  →
  14. John Deere Premieres Next Phase of P-Tier Dozers With 950 P-Tier, 1050 P-Tier Models  →
  15. ABC: Government-Registered Apprenticeship Programs Not Keeping Up With Construction Industry Needs  →
  16. DelDOT, Wagman Look to Unclog Bottlenecks  →
  17. Bobcat Announces Lineup of New Products  →
  18. MHTC Selects Contractor for First Improve I-70 Project in Missouri  →
  19. Ohio's SR 8 Bridge Replacement Under Way After Three-Year Delay  →
  20. Trench Box Installations Require Knowledge of OSHA Safety Rules  →
  21. Demolition Effort Continues in Bluefield, W.Va., While Another Project Wraps Up in Parkersburg  →

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