Industry captains feel that if immediate steps are not taken to streamline the availability of sand, the construction industry may well go the mining way. The ban on sand mining in Goa and restrictions placed by the Karnataka government on the transportation of sand to Goa has led to the scarcity of this fundamental construction material and escalation of its price, thus severely hitting the construction industry in Goa. And it’s not just the private developers’ projects that have been adversely affected by the sand shortage. Sources in the South Goa district administration informed that the most of the projects funded through the MPLAD scheme are also witnessing cost and time overruns. Acknowledging the problem, South Goa district collector, N D Agrawal, said that he has asked his engineers to explore alternatives for sand and seek innovative solutions. “For instance, crushed stone powder could be used in place of sand for laying interlocking pavers. Solutions can also be found by technical experts to use alternative materials to sand for construction,” Agrawal said.
Clovis Avenue closed after construction worker killed
“To see something like that is pretty incredible,” Vavrek told CNN about the uncovering of a mostly intact fossil. “The last time I’ve seen something like that was in a museum. I’ve never found something like this before.” As proof of how fragile the fossil is, the parts that were picked up by the construction worker’s shovel immediately crumbled. “You handle it carefully, or it’s just going to shatter,” Vavrek also told CNN. The exact type of dinosaur has not been identified yet and the team is saying it may take months to properly remove the fossil from the site.
Construction News Tracker Video: Market Indicators Point to Robust 2014
“His mom is torn apart she can’t stop crying she says I want to die and go with him.” Lismar’s Fontana family members were notified by Sheriff’s deputies overnight. After Clovis police responded to Clovis and Fifth. They tried to pull over the driver of a pickup truck and the driver instead plowed through the construction zone killing Lismar and slamming into an onsite rig. Calli Biaggi, a management analyst for the city of Clovis said, “The officer was doing a traffic stop, unknown what the traffic violation was, the person accelerated before we could get him to stop.” Police arrested Justin Desatoff at the scene according to his Facebook page he’s an operating engineer. He’s been charged with felony DUI. Jesus Marquez said, “I hope he realizes what he did to a young kid, and now the family is suffering for it.” Marquez says the teen’s family will soon be headed to the Valley to talk to investigators and http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=construction-begins-on-new-carbon-capture-plant bring Lismar Montenegro home, a teen they describe as a hardworking, good kid who had just started living life. Clovis police say the district attorney’s office will decide whether to pursue charges of vehicular manslaughter.
Construction Spending in August is . . . Unknown
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Unknown Total construction spending hit an unknown level in August because the Census Bureau was unable to release new data as a result of the federal government shutdown according to the Associated General Contractors of America. Total construction spending hit an unknown level in August because the Census Bureau was unable to release new data as a result of the federal government shutdown according to the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials cautioned that the impacts of the shutdown will go beyond data as solicitations for many new construction projects come to a halt. aIt is hard to get a sense of where the industry is heading when basic construction spending data isn’t available,a said Ken Simonson, the association’s chief economist. aUnfortunately, the lack of federal spending data likely foreshadows a decline in federal construction spending until the government reopens.a Association officials urged members of Congress to quickly resolve the political impasse that resulted in a federal shutdown starting today.
Construction industry fears miner’s nightmare
Even the green building sector is in for sustained growth as the latest report from the USGBC indicates half of all commercial and institutional construction will be green certified by 2016 . As Colorado flood waters recede the calls go out for construction bids to rebuild communities that suffered damage. Energy producing firms such as gas wells and storage facilities suffered substantial damage such as spills and exposed lines in addition to chemical holding tanks. Colorado Highway Crews Work to Reopen Flood-Damaged Roads Pontoon bridges and other temporary fixes are planned to reconnect scores of one road flood blocked mountain towns. With winter just around the corner in the mountainous state, contractors are racing the clock to get relief in place as soon as possible. Secretary Foxx Announces Additional $30M in ‘Quick Release’ Emergency Relief Funds for Colorado Confusion may be brewing following recent Consumer Reports tests.