Work Speeds Ahead on Replacing Century-Old Bridges With Tunnel

Today's News: May 25, 2019, 5:38 am

Work Speeds Ahead on Replacing Century-Old Bridges With Tunnel

Although much work remains, crews are making significant progress on a multi-year construction effort that will benefit the transportation hub of west-central Vermont. The Middlebury Rail and Bridge Project will replace two 1920s-era bridges with a tunnel, restoring a section of the town green lost to Middlebury when the Rutland Railroad was constructed in the 1840s....
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Crews, Equipment Scale Colorado's Pikes Peak

Crews began mobilizing in early May for the 2019 construction season on the new $60 million Pikes Peak Summit House, arguably the highest elevation project in the country. It's also likely one of the more daunting as work takes place at 14,000 ft....
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Pettibone Partners With Mecalac on 8MCR Rail-Road Excavator in North American Market

Pettibone, long-time manufacturer of the Speed Swing rail maintenance crane, has announced a partnership with Mecalac to provide sales and service support in North America for the Mecalac 8MCR Rail-Road, a compact crawler excavator that is purpose built with factory-installed hi-rails for railway maintenance and service work....
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CEMEX Builds on History, Supplying Largest Bridge Ever in Los Angeles

CEMEX USA announced it is providing concrete, including a specialized self-consolidating mix, along with thousands of tons of aggregates for the largest bridge project in the history of Los Angeles, Calif....
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Vermeer Southwest Opens New Facility in Tucson, Arizona

Vermeer Southwest re-organized its senior leadership roles with the announcement of an expansion into Tucson. This new structure will create a consistency among locations to better serve and equip its current and future customers while giving them a local, committed presence in the Tucson marketplace....
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HFF Secures $191M Financing for Development in D.C.

Holliday Fenoglio Fowler L.P. (HFF) has secured joint venture equity and construction financing totaling $191.8 million for the development of Phase I of Bryant Street, a mixed-use, transit-oriented development in northeast Washington, D.C....
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