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Bocce Court Construction Finishes This Week

There are just days left before the long-awaited Bocce Courts at Columbia Park will be open for park goers to enjoy.

A grand opening is scheduled for the courts on Saturday, Dec. 53 more words


How BIM Was Utilized In £500M M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements Project In Scotland

The following construction video briefly demonstrate how BIM was utilized to create the replica of Raith Interchange, The £500M M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements Project in Scotland. 138 more words

Hidden underground, and ready to go with the flow

Whatever the demand, 30 storage tanks ensure reliable water delivery. Here’s how we keep them ready.

By Kim Unger

How many times do you turn on the faucet or flush the toilet every day? 182 more words

Water Supply

2016-2017 Construction Projects

Sugar House Construction Projects

Keep up on the status of the numerous developments that will be happening in the heart of Sugar House.

December 2016… 201 more words

Sugar House

Heckscher Drive/A1A Timucuan Trail construction starts this week

FDOT begins construction Thursday of a fifth segment of the Timucuan Trail, a multi-use bike and walking path, on the east side of Heckscher Drive (State Road A1A) from the Fort George River Bridge to Little Talbot Island State Park. 277 more words

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Crenshaw Rehabilitation Project on Hiatus Until Jan. 9

Driver who may have faced traffic delays on Crenshaw Boulevard can enjoy a little break.

The Public Works Department is reminding drivers that there will be no lane closures and traffic will not be impacted as crews discontinue work from this week through Jan. 52 more words


Got a spare $111 million lying around? Buy a nuclear power plant!

A business tycoon from the US has recently made history, he became the first ever individual to purchase a nuclear power station. Franklin J. Haney, whom has made his fortune through being an innovative property developer, acquired the Alabama based nuclear power station at an auction on November 14th. 331 more words