October 18, 2021 | by: NDA
About 25%, or 1 in 4 units of critical infrastructure, such as police stations, airports and hospitals, are at risk of being rendered inoperable due to flooding
October 05, 2021 | by: NDA
Trade group says 70 percent of processed recyclables stay on shore for U.S. manufacturing purposes.
October 01, 2021 | by: NDA
In a pilot program, the city is salvaging construction materials from the buildings instead of demolishing them.
September 27, 2021 | by: NDA
The removal of the 100-year-old dam in Santa Cruz County benefits endangered fish by providing a habitat for spawning.
Since the Elwha dams came down, other tribes have seen great success in restoring their rivers.
September 15, 2021 | by: NDA
Consistently high scrap iron prices in 2021 have made harvesting scrap essential and have helped some demo projects get the green light.
August 31, 2021 | by: NDA
More Than 5,000 Units of Blight Eliminated In Baltimore City Launches First Phase of Redevelopment Plan for Historic Perkins-Somerset-Oldtown Neighborhood
August 19, 2021 | by: NDA
A powerful magnitude 7.2 earthquake added to the misery in Haiti, killing at least 304 people, injuring a minimum of 1,800 others and destroying hundreds of homes.
August 10, 2021 | by: NDA
When storm water is an afterthought in project planning, owners and contractors can get behind schedule while dealing with permits and inspections
August 03, 2021 | by: NDA
In cities and states around the country, conflicts over climate-friendly standards for buildings are heating up.
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