|12/03/2013||Construction Worker Dies at Texas A&M Stadium|
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - A demolition worker has died of injuries received when he fell four stories from Texas A&M's under-renovation football stadium.
|11/24/2013||Hospital Board Slated To Proceed With New Facilities|
Nov. 24--GREENVILLE -- The cities of Commerce and Quinlan could be one step closer to obtaining new medical facilities, following action this week by the Hunt Memorial Hospital District Board.
|11/23/2013||Chandler EDC Considers Park Pavilion Funds|
Nov. 23--ATHENS -- Chandler Economic Development Corporation is scheduled to meet Tuesday, Nov. 26 to hold a public hearing on the possible allocation of $125,000.
|11/23/2013||El Paso County Considers Ways To End Overcrowding|
Nov. 23--A possible $17 million in savings from the construction of a highway to connect the new Tornillo-Guadalupe port of entry to Interstate 10 could be used to build a new administration building for the county, officials said.
|11/23/2013||Road Most Traveled: Study Advocates High-Speed Rail On Texas Highways|
Nov. 23--ARLINGTON -- One of the cheapest and most effective ways to build high-speed rail in Texas could be to place the tracks right on top of highway right-of-way.
|11/21/2013||Natgasoline Selects SE Texas For New Methanol Plant|
Nov. 21--After more than a year of keeping quiet, OCI N.V. announced Thursday that its wholly owned subsidiary, Natgasoline LLC, has chosen to build a new greenfield world scale methanol plant in Beaumont.
|11/20/2013||Officials Work To Get High-Speed Rail On Track|
Nov. 20--The push to get a high-speed rail through Bryan-College Station is picking up steam again among local officials.
|11/20/2013||Kendall County Ready To Roll On Road Project|
Nov. 20--BOERNE -- Work will commence in early December on the costliest road project ever undertaken by Kendall County, the widening and extension of Herff Road, which tops $10 million.
|11/20/2013||Preservation Awards To Honor Local Projects|
Nov. 20--Three rehabilitation or restoration projects in San Antonio and a local craftsman will be honored next month by a statewide preservation group.
|11/16/2013||Xcel Energy Approved For Wind-Power Project|
Nov. 16--Xcel Energy will proceed with plans to add 698 megawatts of wind energy to its Texas-New Mexico system following authorization last week.
|11/16/2013||Texas Receives Millions To Restore coast|
Nov. 16--Texas will receive nearly $9 million to rebuild coastal dunes and marshes, restore oyster reefs and preserve and habitat for migratory birds as part of a larger campaign to restore the Gulf of Mexico after the 2010 oil spill.
|11/16/2013||Austin's Next Rail Line Could Run North And Southeast From Downtown|
Nov. 16--Urban rail's first line should go from downtown north on a corridor roughly defined by Red River Street and, in a surprise, southeast on East Riverside Drive as well, city of Austin and Capital Metro staff recommended Friday to a committee mulling the issue.
|11/15/2013||Phase 1 Of Downtown Renovation To Begin Immediately|
Nov. 15--The renovation project for Downtown Rockwall looks like it will finally get started, according to a statement released by the City of Rockwall.
|11/15/2013||City Considering $1 Million Pipe Replacement|
Nov. 15--GREENVILLE -- The City of Greenville continues to have issues keeping wastewater out of local rivers and streams.
|11/15/2013||Campus Under Construction|
Nov. 15--With a goal of growing its student body by about 300 students to reach 1,300, Schreiner University will begin making room for new on-campus students by renovating Delaney Hall, a 1949 building that once was a freshman residence hall but has been vacant for several years.
|11/15/2013||Permanent University Funds To Fuel Construction At UTB, UTPA|
Nov. 15--Almost $200 million in Permanent University Funds will be funneled to the new University of Texas school in the Rio Grande Valley with unanimous support from UT System regents.
|11/15/2013||Vidalia Port Moving Forward After Federal Highway Administration Approval|
Nov. 15--VIDALIA -- After nearly two decades of lobbying, applications and funding commitments, the Vidalia Port could be open for commercial business this time next year.
|11/13/2013||Greenwood ISD Building Project Over Budget|
Nov. 13--Building plans for a new intermediate and middle school in Greenwood ISD far exceeds the $37.4 million in bond funds voters approved in May, and some trustees are angry.
|11/12/2013||After Proposition 6, What Comes Next?|
Nov. 12--While Texas voters overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment to create a new fund for the development of water projects, don't expect to see an explosion of construction for quite some time.
|11/12/2013||Foundation Offers Parking Garage To City|
Nov. 12--City council members are expected to hear tonight a new offer from the Cailloux Foundation to donate the downtown parking garage and two buildings on that site to the city.
|11/12/2013||Subcontractor Sues Rio Grande City, Contractor Over Construction Project|
Nov. 12--RIO GRANDE CITY -- An electrical subcontractor involved in the construction of a water treatment facility here is suing the project's contractor and the city for alleged wrongful termination and for allegedly not paying promised dues.
|11/06/2013||Texas Voters Authorize $2B for Water Infrastructure|
Nov. 06--Facing a growing population and a stagnant water supply, Texas voters overwhelmingly approved a plan Tuesday that will authorize $2 billion in state funding to finance 50 years worth of water infrastructure projects.
|11/10/2013||Tornillo-Guadalupe Crossing: Construction On Mexican Side Set To Begin Next Year|
Nov. 10--JU REZ -- The Mexican government plans to begin its portion of the new Tornillo-Guadalupe international bridge in 2014 after more than two years of delays.
|11/09/2013||Dittmar Road Repairs Delayed By Land Dispute|
Nov. 09--A project to repair and reopen a key South Austin road, delayed for about a year while the city negotiated access to an adjacent creek bed, should be completed by February, city officials said last week.
|11/07/2013||Construction Spending Hits Record|
Nov. 07--Construction spending in the Midland-Odessa area exceeded $1 billion for the first time ever during the first three quarters of this year, according to Amarillo economist Karr Ingham, who recently reported the finding as part of his Midland-Odessa Regional Economic Index.