|03/11/2014||About Halfway To New Paths To Schools|
March 11--GREENVILLE -- Students attending four local elementary schools will have an easier walk to campus by the start of the fall semester.
|03/10/2014||El Paso City Council To Consider Funding Agreements For Port Of Entry Projects, Railroad Quiet Zones|
March 10--The City Council on Tuesday will consider approving funding for several projects that could impact traffic at the Zaragoza and Paso del Norte ports of entry, as well as the Five Points and Medical Center of the Americas areas.
|03/10/2014||With Erwin Center's Days Numbered, University of Texas Needs New Sports, Entertainment Venue|
March 10--The Frank C. Erwin Jr. Special Events Center at the University of Texas has served ably as a venue for basketball games, high school graduations and many a concert for 37 years.
|03/09/2014||Updated Municipal Courthouse Design Puts Project At $14 Million|
March 09--The city unveiled an updated design for its new Municipal Courthouse on Friday during the City Council's annual retreat.
|03/08/2014||City, State Team Up On Highway Project|
March 08--HUNTSVILLE -- The City of Huntsville and Texas Department of Transportation teamed up to give citizens a heads-up on what's going on with the construction at the intersection of Interstate 45 and Highway 75 North.
|03/09/2014||Wind Farm Could Be Largest Taxpayer|
March 09--Making an initial appearance before county commissioners on Friday to outline a proposed tax abatement agreement for Hale Community Energy LLC, local attorney Lanny Voss said the wind energy project could soon become one of Hale County's largest taxpayers.
|03/08/2014||I-10 Work To Begin In Summer|
March 08--ORANGE -- A long anticipated road construction project should break ground in just a few months.
|03/05/2014||Fort Worth's TEX Rail Plan Gets $50M in Federal Funds|
March 05--After years of delays and controversy, supporters of a proposed TEX Rail commuter line from downtown Fort Worth to Grapevine on Wednesday finally got some good news.
|03/03/2014||URS Corp. Expects To Lay Off 79 Austin-Area Workers|
March 03--San Francisco-based engineering, design and construction firm URS Corp. expects to lay off 79 employees from its Austin offices due to the loss of a state contract to operate local toll roads, according to documents filed with the Texas Workforce Commission.
|03/03/2014||Another Year Of Record Home Building Looms|
March 03--Lubbock-based Betenbough Homes is building 900 single-family residences in northern Odessa in the next three years, one of several housing projects reflecting the intense demand that persists amid the oil boom after a record year of building.
|03/01/2014||El Paso UMC's $152-Million Bond Projects Focus Of Contractors Fair|
March 01--University Medical Center of El Paso is holding an event Thursday to provide information to El Paso area contractors about opportunities for several large, upcoming construction projects tied to the hospital's recent $152 million bond initiative.
|03/01/2014||San Antonio Grappling With Water Supply Challenge|
March 01--SAN ANTONIO -- San Antonio Water System customers can expect to see rates rise about 15 percent under either of the two primary options being studied to secure large amounts of water for the future, SAWS' chief executive said Friday.
|02/28/2014||TxDOT Approves $1.4M Project To Improve Texas 6|
Feb. 28--A construction project aimed at improving conditions on Texas 6 during inclement weather will begin in the summer.
|02/28/2014||Harbor Bridge Project Closer To Reality|
Feb. 28--CORPUS CHRISTI -- As new details keep emerging on the Harbor Bridge replacement project, one thing is clear: It's going to be big -- way bigger than the old bridge.
|02/26/2014||San Jacinto Plaza Construction Enters Phase 2|
Feb. 26--City officials held a groundbreaking ceremony to kick off the second phase of construction of the San Jacinto Plaza, which will include the actual renovation of the park.
|02/26/2014||Bryan City Council Takes First-Hand Look At Ongoing Capital Improvement Projects|
Feb. 26--The Bryan City Council took a first-hand look Tuesday during its workshop at the dozens of major infrastructure projects that are underway across the city.
|02/25/2014||Texas 114 Transformed Into Road Of Prosperity|
Feb. 25--Texas 114 is a modern freeway that connects many of the Metroplex's human-made marvels -- Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, Southlake Town Square, Texas Motor Speedway.
|02/24/2014||Muldner To Oversee Courthouse Restoration|
Feb. 24--CORSICANA -- Cody Muldner has worked on historic restoration projects for buildings at Mississippi University; the Beauvoir mansion, Jefferson Davis' home and presidential library; Lakefront Airport, a deco airport that was used in a major film; and St. Roch Market, a historic river front market in New Orleans, among 20 or so others, but restoring the Navarro County Courthouse is in a different class altogether.
|02/23/2014||Tyler Permits Value Rise By 169%: Out Of Town, National Groups Coming To East Texas To Build|
Feb. 23--Building permits for commercial construction in Tyler skyrocketed last year, jumping in value by 169.1 percent compared to 2012.
|02/23/2014||Enerkem's Biofuel Plant In Pontotoc Still On Drawing Board|
Feb. 23--PONTOTOC -- Five years have passed, and a planned $100 million ethanol plant is no closer to being built.
|02/23/2014||Council To Discuss Grandview Avenue Reconstruction|
Feb. 23--The Odessa City Council will discuss awarding a bid to a local contracting group to begin the reconstruction of a major city highway.
|02/22/2014||Environmental Groups: Harbor Bridge Study Didn't Go Far Enough; TxDOT Extends Public Comment Period|
Feb. 22--CORPUS CHRISTI -- The Texas Department of Transportation on Friday granted a 15-day extension of the public comment period for the Harbor Bridge replacement project.
|02/21/2014||LNG Exporters See Big Possibilities At Port|
Feb. 21--With U.S. and Texas natural gas production at record levels, the United States has gone from shortage to a surplus in just a few years.
|02/21/2014||Work Begins On Airport T-Hangars|
Feb. 21--A long-awaited project to build 12 new T-hangars at the city-county jointly owned airport is underway after years of planning and waiting.
|02/21/2014||Lubbock Business Owners Say 34th St Construction Will Have Negative Impact|
Feb. 21--Cristi Cline said she is nervous about how construction on 34th Street will affect the children's consignment shop she helps run.