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Manufacturing Background Leads Arrow to Contracting Success

With the pandemic and other market factors, Arrow Trenching diversified into wind and solar work, while maintaining relationships with customers in oil and gas.

CGA announces Tristan Brown as keynote at 2022 CGA Conference & Expo

Common Ground Alliance announces Tristan Brown, deputy administrator of PHMSA as the keynote speaker of the 2022 CGA Conference & Expo.

UCTA hosts sporting clays charity event

The Underground Construction Technology Association is hosting a sporting clays charity event on April 23 at the Westside Sporting Grounds in Katy, TX.

Associations strongly oppose executive order involving project labor agreements

The APCA and PCCA show strong opposition to President Biden's executive order to mandate project labor agreements for federal construction projects.

Infrastructure Victory Creates New Challenges for Biden

President Biden faces new challenges after his $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill cleared Congress.

Tom Iseley Received the Civil Engineering Wall of Fame Award Presented By ASCE Louisiana Section

Tom Iseley received the Civil Engineering Wall of Fame Award.

Debra Shore Set to Lead EPA Midwestern Office

President Biden appointed Debra Shore to lead the EPA's Midwestern office.

Patrick D. Michels Elected to National Academy of Construction

Patrick D. Michels, president and CEO of Michels Corporation, will be formally inducted as a member of the National Academy of Construction in October.

Submit Abstracts for Pipelines 2022 and Surveying & Geomatics 2022

Abstract submissions are now open through September for two UESI 2022 conferences in Indiana.

United Rentals Releases Trench Safety Topics to Promote Workplace Safety

United Rentals releases safety topics to promote safety in the workplace.

Contractor Dies in Accident at Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline Site

A contractor working on the Enbridge Energy pipeline project in Minnesota has died in a fatal accident.

U.S. Department of Labor Implements Inspection Program to Target Workplaces with Highest Injury and Illness Rates

The U.S. Department of Labor is updating its inspection program to reduce workplace injuries and illnesses.