Suspecting that the California High- Speed Rail Authority intentionally misled the state Legislature on costs, state Assembly Republicans are seeking to subpoena state documents on the estimated $68-billion high-speed-rail (HSR) project and set up a special committee to receive sworn testimony from CHSRA officials.
Chocolate Factory LLC is planning to convert an 1860s-era, six-story, 240,000-sq-ft former mill complex, located in Mansfield, into 130 residential units and about 35,000 sq ft of commercial and industrial space.
Crane manufacturer The Manitowoc Co. Inc. on Oct. 28 named board member Kenneth W. Krueger as interim chairman, president and CEO, replacing 24-year company veteran Glen Tellock, who is leaving the firm.
Construction of power upgrades, small modular and advanced nuclear reactors are now eligible for funding under the Energy Dept.’s $12.5-billion nuclear loan guarantee program, the White House announced on Nov. 6 as part of a nuclear energy summit.
Officials in Williston, N.D., are pressing ahead with plans for a new $254-million airport to replace Sloulin International Airport, which experienced a tenfold increase in traffic between 2008 and 2014, partially due to the oil-shale boom in the region.
Former Defense Secretary William Cohen says the Environmental Protection Agency may have short-circuited the usual process for reviewing a permit application for a proposed Alaska gold and copper mine.
Despite a recent setback, Senate Republicans and a few Democrats say they are committed to passing a bill to require the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers to withdraw a newly issued water rule and rewrite it to address concerns from construction and agricultural industries as well as landowners.