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Firm Turns West Texas Sand Into Quality Fracking Products

High-quality sand is one of the main components necessary for the hydraulic fracturing process. Until relatively recently, oil and gas companies in west Texas imported the material from as far away as Wisconsin, which came with a sizable price tag....

Texas Water Development Board Approves $28M for Improvements

The Texas Water Development Board has approved financial assistance totaling $28.6 million for water, wastewater and flood projectsThe funds come through a mixture of grants and loans, and will go toward the following projects:Socorro: $10M for Drainage Improvement Project:The city is proposing new, strategically placed drainage culverts, the concrete lining of the Sparks Arroyo drainage channel, the construction of the proposed Stockyard Detention Basin and the expansion of the Onion Field Retention Basin....

Closner Equipment Expands to Houston, Adds New Line

Closner Equipment has broken ground on a new facility northeast of Houston that will give the growing distributor locations in all four of Texas' largest metro areas. At the same time, the San Antonio-based dealer has announced it is taking on yet another equipment line —Stewart-Amos truck sweepers — according to the company's Chief Operating Officer J.B....

Safety, Precision Spur Superior Pipeline Success

Superior Pipeline Services (SPS) has been a successful contractor in Fort Worth and the surrounding area for more than 20 years, and the company is growing because of its willingness and ability to adapt....

Hillwood Construction Services to Build Part of $700M Investment

MP Materials Corp. recently celebrated the start of construction at its first rare earth metal, alloy and magnet manufacturing facility, located in Fort Worth, Texas, with a groundbreaking ceremony featuring many local officials....

ASCO Celebrates Grand Opening of Little Elm Location

ASCO Equipment Company, a construction, agriculture and material handling equipment provider, celebrated the grand opening and ribbon cutting of its new Little Elm facility at 27500 E University Dr., Aubrey, TX 76227 on April 20....

Demolition Challenges Call for Deep Dives From Crews

A ginormous concrete dock, the main component of a $57.3 million federally funded project, will soon become a part of the historic Port of Beaumont's Main Terminal, the nation's fourth busiest commercial port, but not before the collapsed century-old dock is demolished and removed, a task that requires a "creative and collaborative approach," according to Robert Wood, project manager of McCarthy Building Companies in Houston, the project's general contractor and nation's fifth largest port and marine builder....

R.K. Hall, TxDOT's Amarillo District Win NAPA Award

General contractor R.K. Hall and the Texas Department of Transportation's (TxDOT) Amarillo District have once again been awarded the Quality in Construction Award for two separate projects by the National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA)....

Construction Under Way On Fire Station, EMS Facility

The Austin Fire Department (AFD) and Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Services (ATCEMS) have their third, high-priority joint station under way in the Loop 360 and Davenport area in west Austin. In 2018, the City Council voted to build five new stations around Austin in response to increased demand....

TxDOT Gives Green Light to Contractor for $641M Job

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has issued Lone Star Constructors (Lone Star), a joint venture between Fluor Heavy Civil LLC and Irving, Texas-based Austin Bridge & Road LP, a notice to proceed on a $641.7 million design-build contract for the expansion and reconstruction of approximately 6.3 mi....

Texas A&M Approves Millions of Dollars of New Construction

The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents has announced the approval of several construction items, including projects in Fort Worth, Bryan, Prairie View and San Antonio. According to Texas A&M, the Regents approved the construction of a second education building on Tarleton State University's Fort Worth campus at a total cost of $66 million....



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