Engineering and construction firm mergers and acquisitions; corporate branding; lists of top engineering and construction firms in the US and abroad with market analyses; company profiles, key executive and C-suite changes and growth strategy; large contract awards
Gilbane Building Company and Landry French Construction are providing joint venture construction management at-risk services for Nordic Aquafarms’ 850,000-sq-ft fish farm and aquaculture production facility in Belfast, Maine.
Stantec is prime consultant for the City of Calgary, Alberta, to complete upgrades at the Bonnybrook wastewater treatment plant, which will be one of the largest cold-weather biological nutrient removal (BNR) sites in North America.
Deconstruction of buildings and structures outside the controlled area of the 670-MW Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Massachusetts began immediately after Holtec International completed acquisition of the plant’s assets on Aug. 26.
The James B. Garrison Bridges crossing the Lake Tillery reservoir, east of Charlotte, N.C., are undergoing a $20.1-million design-build rehabilitation that will improve safety while preserving the bridges’ past.
As a project leader, the success or failure of a project rests on your shoulders. Come in late, or over-budget and it’s you that will be answering the tough questions. During this webinar, we will explore proven strategies for consistently exceeding customer expectations through successful project delivery.
During this webinar, industry experts will explore how project owners and their building teams are developing project leaders for the next generation, reflecting needed business and technical management, diversity, and political acumen and employing the latest technology to push training and connection.
This webinar will address how forecasters see construction markets developing in 2019, asking two top forecasters to share their views on the market prospects for the industry, both nationally and regionally. We'll then add another layer by asking a leading industry technology strategist about how they envision the year from a construction technology perspective.
Shale oil and gas are making the U.S. a net exporter of energy for the first time in more than 50 years. Yet, even as oil and gas production is surging, wind and solar power capacity growth is frequently outpacing that of new fossil fuel plants. What kind of impact will these developments have on the domestic construction market? ENR will discuss the pressing questions with the experts.
The insolvency and liquidation of the UK's second-biggest contractor, Carillion, and the abandonment of the V.C. Summer nuclear expansion project in South Carolina, raise questions about the interpretation of financial data for an accurate picture of the cost to complete work. ENR’s panel of experts will discuss how best to ensure the accuracy of cost to complete on complicated projects.
The insurance market for contractors continues to evolve with specific coverages seeing difficult times for rates and capacity. Worldwide capacity for underwriting construction risk remains a challenge. We'll discuss best practices that are driving favorable market responses along with alternative risk financing techniques that contractors are using to better finance losses and control rate impacts.
Many construction projects go over budget and off schedule because their office and field teams are looking at different data. But when contractors run their business applications in a connected cloud, they can easily share data. Three contractors will share how connected cloud technology is helping them make better business decisions that are leading to more profitable operations and growth.
When CMiC released CMiC Field several years ago, JE Dunn was one of the first customers to offer their assistance to refine its feature set. We'll focus on their rollout of CMiC’s Mobile Field application, including a live demo of CMiC's Drawing Management and QA/QC capabilities — as well as lessons learned from deploying a suite of mobile applications to over 1,500 field employees across 22 regional offices.
As the death toll from the record-setting hurricane mounts in the Bahamas and damage estimates there and in the U.S. head into the billions, industry experts see increasing pressure to address infrastructure resilience.