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    Project Milestones

    Related Group starts $500M tower on Chicago waterfront

    400 Lake Shore will replace the abandoned Chicago Spire project with two residential buildings and a new public park.

    By Mary Salmonsen • April 8, 2024
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    Autodesk to audit financial practices, delay annual report

    The contech giant said it doesn’t believe that the investigated areas will affect any previously issued financial statements, or its most recent earnings release.

    By April 5, 2024
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    Top 5 stories from Construction Dive

    Construction Dive editors curate some of the industry’s top stories from this year.

    By Construction Dive staff
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    New York GC opens new headquarters

    Forte Construction’s Long Island office, spanning 30,000 square feet, underwent significant upgrades including a complete interior renovation and exterior enhancements.

    By April 5, 2024
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    Former AECOM exec reportedly sues over alleged ageism, profit inflation

    Jay Badame’s lawsuit claims the Dallas-based mega-contractor fired him due to his age and for questioning the firm’s earnings statements, according to The Real Deal.

    By April 2, 2024
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    Executive Moves

    Jacobs CFO steps down after 8 months on the job

    The Dallas-based company brought back former CFO Kevin Berryman on an interim basis, as Claudia Jaramillo leaves to pursue other opportunities.

    By April 2, 2024
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    Q&A // ROUND TABLE

    Meet the 5 women leading major construction firms in Chicago

    The heads of Turner, Mortenson, Gilbane, AECOM Hunt and Powers & Sons in the Windy City talk inclusion, overcoming stereotypes and market dynamics.

    By Updated March 29, 2024
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    March 2024 wins: Contractors report their latest awards

    Construction Dive rounds up the newest project wins from some of the country’s biggest builders including MCM Construction, Skanska and Turner.

    By Construction Dive Staff • March 29, 2024
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    Executive Moves

    Balfour Beatty US infrastructure arm appoints new execs

    The nods come on the heels of a profit drop for the London contractor.

    By March 22, 2024
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    Earnings roundup: High interest rates catch up to construction

    On their earnings calls, publicly traded firms said they are feeling the sting of a sustained period with higher costs of borrowing.

    By Construction Dive Staff • March 6, 2024
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    Executive Moves

    HITT announces senior appointments

    The changes include new leaders for the Washington, D.C.-based firm’s offices in California and New York.

    By March 5, 2024
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    Construction Champions 2024

    These industry veterans from firms like Turner, Clayco and Flatiron are stalwarts in their fields, respected by all who work with them.

    By Construction Dive Staff • March 4, 2024
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    3 critical stages for retaining women in construction

    One of the key strategies in addressing the construction labor shortage is recognizing the value and importance of a diverse workforce.

    March 4, 2024
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    Executive Moves

    Burns & McDonnell taps new CEO, expands C-suite

    Incoming chief Leslie Duke said the fresh roles and promotions will bolster the Kansas City-based contractor as it takes advantage of infrastructure opportunities.

    By Feb. 29, 2024
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    Tutor Perini posts $171M loss for 2023 on legal disputes

    The megaproject contractor said most of the charges related to settlements on legacy projects have been resolved.

    By Feb. 29, 2024
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    February 2024 wins: Contractors report their latest awards

    Construction Dive rounds up the newest project wins from some of the country’s biggest builders including Flatiron, Granite and McCarthy.

    By Construction Dive Staff • Feb. 29, 2024
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    Scout Motors breaks ground on $2B EV plant after environmental delays

    The automotive company plans to finish its South Carolina facility in 2026 after pausing construction in the fall of 2023.

    By Feb. 29, 2024
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    Granite posts profit for 2023, earns $26M in Q4

    The California-based road builder’s pivot to small jobs is paying off, but charges from outstanding legacy projects left a blot on its quarterly results.

    By Feb. 23, 2024
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    Fluor reports $21M loss, higher backlog

    Strong awards and cash generation were countered by a large negative charge, according to one financial research analyst.

    By Feb. 21, 2024
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    Kraus-Anderson buys healthcare-focused Phoenix builder

    Sonoran Crest Construction is the first acquisition for the 126-year-old Minneapolis firm.

    By Feb. 13, 2024
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    AstraZeneca to invest $300M in US cell therapy plant

    The U.K. drugmaker is adding a facility in Rockville, Maryland, after a spate of dealmaking in the therapeutic field.

    By Kristin Jensen • Feb. 13, 2024
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    AECOM Q1 revenue, profits up as backlog dips

    CEO Troy Rudd cited strength in water, resilience and other infrastructure markets, but the firm pulled two previously announced deals from its development pipeline.

    By Feb. 7, 2024
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    Jacobs profits, backlog jump amid advanced manufacturing boost

    The Dallas-based company continues to add notable wins in its water infrastructure projects, according to the firm’s first quarter results.

    By Feb. 6, 2024
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    Builders announce executive moves to start 2024

    Many major contractors made changes to their C-suites in the first several weeks of the year.

    By Construction Dive Staff • Feb. 5, 2024
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    Intel’s $20B Ohio plant delayed

    The semiconductor giant has halted its Licking County project, citing business conditions and the demand environment, but said construction will continue soon.

    By Feb. 5, 2024
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    Executive Moves

    Blach Construction names industry veteran as CFO

    Alex Llerena has more than 30 years of experience including stints at Bechtel, Cemex and Bradley Electric.

    By Feb. 2, 2024