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New Senate Highway Funding Proposal Provides Kind of Long-Term Funding Solutions Needed

Construction Industry Adds 6,000 Jobs in May as Sector’s Unemployment Rate Declines To 8.6 Percent, Lowest May Level in Six Years

Nonresidential Construction Backlog Slides in Icy First Quarter

Construction Spending Rises Modestly in April for Third Straight Month as Gains in Housing and Public Construction Offset Private Nonresidential Dip

USDA seeking applications to finance construction and rehabilitation of rural rental housing

Anchorage Plumber Lee McKnight Wins Bronze in ABC National Craft Championship

Road Project Traffic Delays: May 22, 2014

Congressman Young Identifies Extreme Hypocrisy of Administration, Environmentalists Over Refuge Lands Policy

Transportation Bill Expected to Pass with Strong Bipartisan Senate Support

Begich Cuts Red Tape for Funding Alaska Ports, Harbors

New and Improved Airport Runways

Alaska Arctic Policy Commission Paves Path Forward for Final Report

Habitat for Humanity and Lowe’s team up for National Women Build Week

Construction Spending Edges Higher in March as Housing and Private Nonresidential Categories Rise but Public Outlays Drop to Seven-Year Low

USDA Announces Funding to Spur Local and Regional Economic Growth in America's Rural Communities

Watterson Construction Recognized at Gold Level for Workplace Safety

Senate Passes Bill To Fund Construction of Knik Arm Crossing

Begich Uses Clout to Get Disaster Funding For Galena Recovery Efforts

Amendment 9 to the 2012-2015 STIP is open for public comment

Forty-Five Percent of Highway Contractors Had Vehicles Crash Into Their Construction Work Zones During Past Year, New Study Finds

Construction Employment Increased in 175 Out Of 339 Metro Areas Between February 2013 & 2014 But Only 19 Areas Topped Previous Highs for the Month

Bill to Boost Infrastructure Development in Arctic Unanimously Passes Senate

Construction Spending Inches Higher in February as Private Nonresidential Categories Accelerate; Housing Remains Strong But Public Spending Slips

Anchorage Unemployment Remains Low

Amendment 10 to the 2012-2015 STIP is open for public comment

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