First installed turbine at the 132-GW South Fork project off the New York coast has now sent wind energy to the state grid, with first power flow also imminent at the 800-MW Vineyard Wind project off Massachusetts and other state projects pushing past ongoing constraints.
Voting reps from nearly 200 nations at Dubai event ending Dec. 13 agreed to “transition away” from fossil fuels—boosting renewables, nuclear energy and climate investment—but did not mandate specific actions to cut back traditional energy use.
One team in England recently achieved one of the world's most sustained single tunnel-boring machine drives on a mine project, says its contractor, while another secured a design-build contract for the country's longest road tunnel,
Left in place is a lower court ruling that the state law is unconstitutional because it bars outside
developers of federally approved regional transmission lines, which were
termed “classic instruments of interstate commerce.”
With the worst of the pandemic-related production issues now largely resolved, the construction equipment market is returning to a more normal state of affairs, despite a rise in prices over recent years.
As jobsites become even more connected with broadband and other services, equipment providers are giving their contractor customers more capabilities to take advantage of project data, whether from a 3D model or even take the steps to make materials supply chains more sustainable.
Since the 2021 passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, states have been prepping middle-mile broadband construction projects to help numerous communities with poor or little internet access get connected into expanding national and regional broadband networks.