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LA Metro reveals 40-year, $120 billion transportation plan

LA Metro reveals 40-year, $120 billion transportation...

Posted by Bobby Atkinson on Mar 22, 2016

The Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority has ambitious plans for the city if a newly revealed plan passes in November. The ...

Worker killed in 53-story fall from Los Angeles hotel under construction

Worker killed in 53-story fall from Los Angeles hotel...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Mar 21, 2016

A construction worker was killed last week in Los Angeles after suffering a fall from 53 stories. According to a report ...

5 construction workers die from falls in 4-week span

5 construction workers die from falls in 4-week span

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Dec 16, 2015

Five workers have died from falls on construction projects around the U.S. in the last month. According to a report from ...

Floor collapses during concrete pour in LA, injuring 7 workers

Floor collapses during concrete pour in LA, injuring 7...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on May 22, 2015

While working on a concrete pour at a jobsite in Los Angeles Wednesday evening, the floor the crew was standing ...

At groundbreaking, California trades union head calls high-speed rail construction “greatest infrastructure project” in U.S. history

At groundbreaking, California trades union head calls...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Jan 07, 2015

Despite years of controversy and wondering where the money to fund its construction would come from, ground was officially broken ...

Burning buildings, collapsing freeways: Is our lousy education system to blame for the recent uptick in construction accidents?

Burning buildings, collapsing freeways: Is our lousy...

Posted by Tom Jackson on May 09, 2014

Lately there's been a rash of fires, collapses and accidents at projects "under construction," all over the country. Here are ...

LA construction crew breaks world record for largest continuous concrete pour

LA construction crew breaks world record for largest...

Posted by Wayne Grayson on Feb 20, 2014

A crew in Los Angeles poured 21,200 cubic yards of concrete without stopping over a period of 18-1/2 hours to ...

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