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Lockhart Excavation Delivers for Its Lone Star Customers

Brice Lockhart doesn't necessarily believe in the adage, "bigger is not always better.""We like jobs that involve really big pipe, especially ones with large quantities that need to be put in the ground," said Lockhart, who owns and operates Lockhart Excavation LLC in Austin, Texas, with his wife, Melanie....


University of Texas Professor Will Enhance Highway Asphalt

Mena Souliman, associate professor and the Ronald D. Brazzel Endowed Professor of Civil Engineering of The University of Texas at Tyler, has received a nearly $600,000 Texas Department of Transportation grant to enhance the asphalt currently being used in highway/road resurfacing projects for improved wet-weather driving....


Officials Approve New $308 Million Medical Facility

The University of Texas Board of Regents gave final authorization for design, development and additional construction funding for the University of Texas at Tyler School of Medicine's new Medical Education Building — approving a total project cost of $308 million for the facility....


Three State Ports Will Receive Million-Dollar Upgrades

The U.S. Department of Transportation recently announced more than $39 million to fund three projects in Texas to improve port facilities through the Maritime Administration's Port Infrastructure Development Program....


TxDOT Employees Save Woman, Receive Extra Mile Award

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) awarded the Extra Mile Awards at their annual Texas Transportation Short Course in College Station. The Extra Mile Award recognizes employees who have acted heroically to help a fellow Texan in need....


TxDOT, Contractor Take Steps to Resume Harbor Bridge

TxDOT and Flatiron Dragados LLC (FDLLC) have executed a signed letter agreement that establishes the legal framework for resolving the safety issues identified in the design of the New Harbor Bridge Project....


Dallas College Receives Grant for Construction Training Courses

Dallas College has been awarded a $3.5 million Skills Development Fund grant from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) to train more than 1,500 employees in construction-related courses. The grant, announced at a special check-signing ceremony with TWC Commissioner Aaron Demerson, is aimed at expanding trainees' current job responsibilities and increasing productivity for Texas employers....


Big B Crane Hits Stride With Link-Belt Cranes

In the last 24 months Big B Crane of Burleson, Texas, has purchased six Link-Belt lattice crawler cranes from local Link-Belt Cranes distributor HOLT Crane & Equipment of Irving, Texas. In June 2021, Big B Crane purchased two 238 HSLs and a 248 HSL, a 298 HSL in September 2021, a 348 Series 2 in June 2022 and a second 298 HSL in July 2022....


McCarthy Drives Piles for Solar Farm

Solar power, like other renewable energy sources, is big news these days. But for it to be truly useful to the power grid, solar power needs to be more than panels on the rooftops of a few homes. Solar power needs to be harvested on a massive scale....


Hitachi Awards ASCO New Service, Sales Territory in Texas, Oklahoma

Associated Supply Company (ASCO), a provider of construction, agriculture and material handling equipment, announced that it has been awarded the Texas and Oklahoma sales and service territory for construction and mining equipment by Hitachi Construction Machinery Americas Inc....







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