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TransLink apologizes for noise on 1st night of Pattullo Bridge repairs

The first night of five months worth of repairs to the Pattullo Bridge went less than peacefully for nearby residents.

“The jack-hammering was constant…we were kept up until probably 2:30 a.m.,” said Rae Clair. 337 more words

News

China's credit boom: How long will it last?

Where All The Commodity Gains Have Come From

Tyler Durden:

Trading in futures on everything from steel reinforcement bars and hot-rolled coils to cotton and polyvinyl chloride has soared this week, prompting exchanges in Shanghai, Dalian and Zhengzhou to boost fees or issue warnings to investors.

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China & HK

A Buffalo Roams the Capitol Lawn

Art, by its very nature, is ever-changing. And one of the joys of art is seeing an artist stretch the boundaries to create a unique sculpture, with unexpected materials. 193 more words

Travel

Global FRP Rebar Industry 2016 Market Research Report Trends, Statistics, Segment and Forecasts, Market Size, Share Analysis : Market Research Store


Global FRP Rebar Industry 2016 Market Analysis Survey Research Growth and Forecast Report

The report provides a basic overview of FRP Rebar industry including definitions, applications and industry chain structure. 53 more words

Global FRP Rebar Industry 2016 Market Research Report Trends, Statistics, Segment and Forecasts, Market Size, Share Analysis : Market Research Store


Global FRP Rebar Industry 2016 Market Analysis Survey Research Growth and Forecast Report

The report provides a basic overview of FRP Rebar industry including definitions, applications and industry chain structure. 53 more words

AIRMATIC Heads to the Precast Show

Will you be in Nashville, TN this weekend for The Precast Show? AIRMATIC will be! The show runs from March 3-5 at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel. 48 more words

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No More Foreign Steel

In a December 22 decision, the US District Court struck down the use of foreign steel on federally-funded projects.

Steel rebar tie wire and steel lifting devices manufactured overseas will no longer be authorized for use in federally-funded highway construction projects based on a recent ruling by a US District Court. 127 more words

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