A n arena currently under construction at Sacred Heart University’s campus in Fairfield, Conn., set to house its hockey and figure skating programs will have a design feature not typically associated with indoor ice rinks: windows.
Proposed $10B Louisiana export terminal-pipeline would be one energy firm's fourth in the state, but one in Oregon is terminated amid strong opposition; even so, US will be world's largest LNG exporter by end of next year, says Energy Dept. in new report.
Dec. 3 ruling in conservative court supports claim of unclear government authority, halting order only in Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee; separately, Cincinnati court declines government request to accelerate appeal of halt to OSHA vaccine rule for large private employers, and NYC orders new mandate for all businesses.
Nov. 22 decision nixing 15-year Mississippi claim against Tennessee over shared aquifer use impacts will affect other states, with growing climate change issues for water resources, sector experts say.
Officials and contractors in British Columbia and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Washington state push to reopen, repair and add resilience to battered highways and flood defenses after a month of repeat storms.
There was no measurable settlement during the Dec. 1-3 drilling for the second permanent pilot pile installed at the northwest corner of the troubled Millennium Tower in San Francisco, says Ronald O. Hamburger, engineer-of-record for the perimeter pile upgrade designed to stem settlement of the 645-ft-tall residential condominium.
Utility stops construction following Nov. 2 voter rejection of the transmission corridor, but awaits a court ruling to enjoin the vote. A state agency on Nov. 23 suspended a project environmental permit that also halts work.
Woodfibre LNG Ltd., a Vancouver, B.C., oil and natural gas firm that is a unit of Singapore-based Pacific Energy Corp Ltd., inked an engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction (EPFC) contract in November with McDermott International for the Woodfibre LNG project—a single train liquefied natural gas export facility to be built on the site of the former Woodfibre pulp mill.
Eiffage Construction broke ground on a new ecological urban campus in Clichy, France, northwest of Paris. The commercial project, dubbed BLACK, will provide about 530,000 sq ft of office space, accommodating up to 4,100 people.