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Associated General Contractors Name 2012 Award Winners

Builder Confidence in the 55+ Housing Market Continues to Improve in the Third Quarter

Land and Water Conservation Fund: Grant Application Solicitation

Construction Sector Adds 17,000 Jobs between September and October as Industry's Unemployment Rate Falls To 11.4 Percent

Oles Morrison Rinker & Baker, LLP Named A Best Law Firm By U.S. News and Best Lawyers

Alaska Scientific Detection Laboratory

Alaska Scientific Detection Laboratory

For nearly 17 years, Bonnie Craig was a statistic. The 18-year-old University of Alaska Anchorage student was found dead Sept. 28, 1994, facedown in McHugh Creek south of Anchorage. Her rape and murder quickly became front-page news, and nearly as quickly, the case went cold. Investigators painstakingly interviewed dozens of people with hopes of catching a break. When that didn’t work, they turned to an emerging crime investigation tool called DNA profiling.

Alan J. Krause

Alan J. Krause

A year ago, Alan J. Krause was appointed president and chief executive officer of MWH Global, a multinational construction, management and engineering firm ranked internationally at the top of the wet infrastructure sector.

The Big Issue

Let’s just call November the big issue month. The magazine is once again a big issue and it is packed with articles about a number of big issues—many concerning energy and resource development. You’ll have to read them all.

Construction Spending Hits Three-Year High in September as Solid Gains in Private Residential, Nonresidential Categories Outweigh Public Downturn

US Fab Awarded Contract to Build State-of-the-Art, Split Hull Dump Barge

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