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Posted by Wayne Grayson on Mar 20, 2014

Editor's Note: This story has been updated to include the injury of a third worker in the accident. Two workers were ...

With big jump in employment, Boston construction industry booming once more

With big jump in employment, Boston construction...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Nov 20, 2013

After seeing Greater Boston construction jobs fall by 20 percent during the recession, things are finally looking up again for ...

Boston tests asphalt alternatives for filling potholes

Boston tests asphalt alternatives for filling potholes

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Mar 26, 2013

According to a report from our sister publication Better Roads, the city of Boston is considering three alternatives to asphalt ...

Massachusetts Transportation Secretary reveals 10-year, $1.02 billion plan

Massachusetts Transportation Secretary reveals 10-year,...

Posted by Amanda Bayhi on Jan 15, 2013

Massachusetts Transportation Secretary Richard Davey has unveiled a 10-year plan to upkeep and update the state's transportation system, which he ...

Residential revitalization brings construction to downtown Boston

Residential revitalization brings construction to...

Posted by Amanda Bayhi on Dec 03, 2012

The city of Boston is seeing its own spike of residential construction. And to the city's surprise, a lot of ...

Pre-Registration available for NDA safety training...

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Oct 16, 2012

Registration is still open for the National Demolition Association’s Northeast Regional Training Session, an intensive health and safety training program. ...

NDA hosts demolition training session in Boston area

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Sep 13, 2012

The National Demolition Association will host demolition industry health and safety training in New England with its Regional Demolition Training ...

LaHood names projects eligible for ‘Marine...

Posted by Equipment World Staff on Aug 11, 2010

Just four months after unveiling the America’s Marine Highway Program, a new initiative to move more cargo on the water ...

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