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Crews Build $250M Water Plant in St. Paul, Minn.

Construction crews are closing in on the final days of the second year of a five-year reconstruction project to improve water treatment facilities and capacity for years to come at the St. Paul Regional Water Service (SPRWS) treatment plant....


New Mexico Proposes $500M to Treat Fracking Wastewater

ANTA FE, N.M. (AP) New Mexico would underwrite development of a strategic new source of water by buying treated water that originates from the used, salty byproducts of oil and natural gas drilling and help preserve its freshwater aquifers in the process, under a proposal from the state's Democratic governor....


McCarthy Building Takes On Kansas Wastewater Project

As the area's second-largest funded wastewater project, a $74 million undertaking by the city of Lawrence, Kan., will better serve the community when it's completed by the end of 2026. The mission is to meet discharge standards while improving reliability....


Arizona's Landmark to Gain New WaterLifeline With $200M Project

Talk about your humungous projects. Work is now under way to replace the Transcanyon Waterline (TCWL), a 53-year-old, 12.5-mi. long, 6-to-8 in. diameter aluminum pipe buried below a hiking trail in the Grand Canyon National Park that is considered the mighty mainstay of the park's water system....


XRI Constructs New Permian Pipeline System

XRI Holdings' construction of its Evolution Pipeline System in the Permian Basin is capable of recycling and managing more than 500,000 B/D of produced water from producers in the counties of Midland, Glasscock, Reagan and Upton....


Norwich, Conn., to Soon Begin Building $200M Replacement for Old Wastewater Plant

The largest construction project in Norwich, Conn.'s history is getting close to starting, and the city's utility customers may pay a higher rate for their sewer service to help fund it. At a city council meeting Sept....


Fed Invests $585M for New Water Infrastructure Projects

New Mexico is poised to receive more than $30 million in federal funding for water infrastructure projects. The U.S. Department of the Interior announced recently that $585 million of funding from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will be spent on 83 projects in 11 states, including six New Mexico projects....


Seattle Begins Work On New Stormwater Storage Tank

On May 1, construction crews working for the Seattle Department of Transportation began building a new stormwater storage tank under the street on 10th Ave. in Capitol Hill. The tank will provide a significant environmental benefit by reducing flooding and helping contain stormwater runoff so it can be treated before it enters local waterways and Puget Sound....


Groundwater-Capture Trench to Aid Response

One line of effort is being set in stone, clay and gravel at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB), where an army of construction workers and machines are digging a 420-ft.-long trench toward a way to environmental progress....


South Dakota Water Plant Sees $215M Upgrade

As the first major expansion at the South Dakota facility in more than 40 years, a $215 million upgrade of the Sioux Falls Regional Water plant will significantly increase the plant's ability to treat wastewater safely and effectively....


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  7. Volvo CE Continues to Perform, Transform During Slower Q1 2024  →
  8. Cranes Begin Unloading Dali After Key Bridge Collapse  →
  9. VIDEO: Birmingham, Ala., Awarded $14.5M Fed Grant to Revitalize Its 'Black Main Street'  →
  10. Liebherr USA Co. Announces New Divisional Director  →
  11. Larry Young Paving Tackles Grade-Separated Interchange in Texas  →
  12. After Disasters, Bridge Reconstruction Times Vary Depending On Design, Location, More  →
  13. Growing Interest in Construction Careers Among Younger People Means Jobs Filled, Deadlines Met  →
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