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Latest News in Construction

  • December 14, 2018

    Ky. High Court Reverses Appellate Panel On Sewer Contract

    A Kentucky appellate court improperly dumped the entire dispute resolution process detailed in a municipal sewer construction contract, the state’s Supreme Court said Thursday, finding that state law allows courts to selectively remove illegal contractual provisions while keeping everything else.

  • December 14, 2018

    FWS Evaluation Of Bald Eagle Impacts Fell Short, Judge Says

    A Colorado federal judge has tossed a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service permit that allowed construction on an apartment complex even though it could disturb a nearby bald eagle nest, deciding that the government’s environmental assessment did not consider the impact of the finished building.

  • December 14, 2018

    Louis Berger Hit With OT Suit Over Post-Maria Recovery

    A Louis Berger Group Inc. unit was slapped Friday in New Jersey federal court with class claims the company improperly failed to pay overtime to workers involved in government-funded recovery efforts in Puerto Rico following Hurricanes Irma and Maria last year.

  • December 14, 2018

    PennEast Can Take NJ Land For $1B Pipeline, Judge Says

    A New Jersey federal judge said Friday that developers of the $1 billion PennEast gas pipeline can immediately seize over 100 Garden State properties along the project's route, saying they've satisfied the requirements for pursuing eminent domain under the Natural Gas Act.

  • December 14, 2018

    Chinese Fintech, Tiny House Maker Raise $99M Total In IPOs

    Chinese online consumer lending platform 360 Finance Inc. on Friday said it raised more than $51 million in an initial public offering, the same day Texas-based manufactured-home maker Legacy Housing Corp. said it raised $48 million in its own public offering.

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