Asian Construction Tradeshows Growing

Exhibit space for next year's construction equipment show BC India is sold out despite an expanded exhibition area. The International Federation of Asian and Western Pacific Contractors’ Association is the latest organization to lend its support of the show

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Feds Pledge $25 Million To Rebuild Gulf Coast

The Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency will provide more than $25 million for newly approved Gulf Coast rebuilding projects to assist communities as they continue to recover from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita

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Quarries Still High On Opposition List

Data from The Saint Consulting Group shows that the economic recession has made Americans more willing to support new commercial projects in their community

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Nssga Offers Economic Impact Tool

The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association has developed an electronic Economic Impact Sustainability Tool to estimate an individual operation's contribution to the local community

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Gop Senators Have Higher Digital Iq Than Dems

George Washington University School of Business Dean Doug Guthrie, and NYU Stern Professor of Marketing Scott Galloway, evaluated and ranked 100 U.S. senators’ digital IQ

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