|05/15/2013||$2.4B In University Construction Bonds Still In Play At Texas Capitol|
May 15--With a week and a half left in the state legislative session, public university leaders still don't know whether more than $2 billion in construction and renovation bonds will be authorized for their campuses.
|05/15/2013||$52M Convention Center Is Planned For Juarez|
May 15--By next year, Juarez will have a new Convention and Exhibition Center as part of the city's strategy to attract investment and regain its competitive position, officials said.
|05/15/2013||UTEP Unveils Plans For $25M Makeover|
May 15--The University of Texas at El Paso is undergoing such a makeover that previous generations of Miners may not recognize the campus next year.
|05/12/2013||Greenville Unable To Flush Away Wastewater Problems|
May 12--GREENVILLE -- The City of Greenville continues to be plagued by problems associated with collecting and containing wastewater.
|05/15/2013||Voters Approve $56M Bond For Little Cypress-Mauriceville CISD|
May 15--LITTLE CYPRESS -- The future is looking bright for the students of the Little Cypress-Mauriceville Consolidated Independent School District.
|05/14/2013||Alvarado ISD Preps To Build New Junior High|
May 14--The excitement over the public's support of Alvarado ISD's $38.2 million bond package had not died down by Monday.
|05/11/2013||Fate City Council Approves City Hall Contract With Ron Hobbs Architects|
May 11--FATE -- Fate's new City Hall project moved a step forward this week with the city council's approval of a contract for architectural services.
|05/10/2013||College Station Approves Water Plan For Northgate District|
May 10--The College Station City Council unanimously supported a water plan for a swelling Northgate district on Thursday.
|05/09/2013||US Home Building Surging, But Job Growth Isn't|
The resurgent U.S. housing market has sent builders calling again for Richard Vap, who owns a drywall installation company.
|05/08/2013||UT Regents Expected To OK $334.5M Plan For Med School|
May 08--A years-long effort to establish a medical school at the University of Texas is about to reach a major milestone.
|05/08/2013||Travis County To Build Downtown Court Offices|
May 08--Travis County commissioners approved a plan Tuesday to build an office building downtown for the district attorney and other court-related departments that county staffers estimated will cost $38.5 million.
|05/08/2013||Downtown Project Runs Afoul Of Capitol View Corridor|
May 08--Developers say they are revamping their plans for a parking garage with a downtown Austin apartment tower, because the top of the structure would have encroached into protected views of the Capitol's dome.
|05/07/2013||Gas Leak Temporarily Halts Nederland Construction|
May 07--Construction of a parking lot for Nederland's new city hall was temporarily put on hold after and contract worker ruptured a gas line Tuesday morning.
|05/06/2013||New Gym On Deerbrook Drive|
May 06--Texas East Gymnastics is constructing a 21,000-square-foot gym at 1914 Deerbrook for $1.1 million.
|05/05/2013||CEMEX Files Suit To Recover Debt|
May 05--BROWNSVILLE -- CEMEX Construction Materials South has filed a civil lawsuit in federal court against the sureties on projects held by Ballenger Construction Company.
|05/01/2013||Kerens Raising Funds To Construct Veterans Memorial|
May 01--CORSICANA -- Years ago, an idea to construct a Veterans Memorial in downtown Kerens began from a seed in the mind of Bobbie Jo Darby, herself a veteran.
|04/30/2013||Point Of Order Kills Water Bill|
April 30--AUSTIN -- One of the top priorities of the 2013 legislative session -- a $2 billion measure to fund state water projects -- sustained a devastating setback Monday after it was knocked off the House floor on a point of order.
|04/30/2013||Bryan, Brazos County Lure Pipe Manufacturer To Texas Triangle Park|
April 30--Bryan and Brazos County officials announced a manufacturing deal Tuesday that they said will the largest in the history of the county.
|04/30/2013||Victoria County Building Renovations Near Completion|
April 30--Brick started falling off the Bridge Street Annex last summer.
|04/29/2013||Harlingen Sees Rise In Building Permits|
April 29--HARLINGEN -- Fourteen new construction projects worth more than $10 million are officially under way in Harlingen.
|04/29/2013||Green Roof Still Struggling To Take Root In San Juan|
April 29--SAN JUAN -- Representatives of Texas A&M University-Kingsville suggested new ideas last week for how to construct a live green roof above Amigos Del Valle, an effort that has been ongoing despite numerous roadblocks.
|04/29/2013||Special Meeting Set April 30 For Courthouse Restoration Vote|
April 29--CORSICANA -- The Navarro County Commissioners Court could act on the next steps in the proposed courthouse restoration project at a special meeting scheduled called for 1 p.m. Tuesday in the County Courtroom of the Navarro County Courthouse.
|04/29/2013||As Debt Rises, Travis County Considers New Downtown Office Building|
April 29--As Travis County leaders weigh whether to build a new downtown court administration building for as much as $60 million, questions have emerged about how to pay for it, and whether it's needed at all.
|04/28/2013||Initial Work Underway On Tower 55 Rail Project|
April 28--The long wait for a solution to Fort Worth's freight rail congestion problems is nearly over.
|04/26/2013||Water Infrastructure Financing In Jeopardy In Texas House|
April 26--A cornerstone of efforts to start financing water projects across the state appears to be in jeopardy ahead of a vote scheduled for Monday in the Texas House, as factions of Democrats and Republicans are sounding their reluctance.