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    Balfour Beatty Communities pleads guilty, fined $65 million for defrauding U.S. military

    Company employees manipulated data related to maintenance and resident satisfaction in military housing to earn millions in undue bonus fees.

    By Leslie Shaver • Jan. 10, 2022
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    Balfour Beatty benefits from prefab panels on Virginia apartment project

    The contractor is employing prefabricated exterior wall panels and MEP components for a residential tower near Washington, D.C.

    By Jeffrey Steele • Dec. 23, 2021
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    Sectors to watch in 2022

    Learn more about how various construction sectors will fair this year.

    By Construction Dive staff
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    Construction restarts on Miami's deepest parking garage

    Residents at a neighboring property had expressed concern about construction causing soil erosion, cracks in concrete and ground movement.

    By Leslie Shaver • Dec. 23, 2021
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    Did construction next door cause the Surfside, Florida, condo collapse?

    A lawsuit alleges that questionable construction practices at a neighboring building contributed to the tragedy, but attorneys for the defendants told Construction Dive they disagree.

    By Leslie Shaver • Dec. 2, 2021
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    5 of the largest mixed-use projects in the works across the US

    Developments in Texas, New York, Virginia and elsewhere are home to new residential, retail and office spaces valued in the billions.

    By Mary Salmonsen • Nov. 30, 2021
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    UK modular builder expands to US, hires former Katerra staff

    Four former senior employees of the offsite construction firm that declared bankruptcy earlier this year have landed new roles in Modulous' Seattle office.

    By Nov. 11, 2021
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    Homebuilder combats critical supply chain shortages

    Drees Homes has found creative workarounds for delayed materials, like assisting homeowners with buying their own appliances and working closely with trades teams.  

    By Leslie Shaver • Nov. 10, 2021
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    How COVID-19 has altered apartment design, construction

    From more outdoor areas to larger package facilities, here are the top four pandemic-related items that renters look for in an apartment.

    By Leslie Shaver • Nov. 9, 2021
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    Locking in materials costs and trade partners early helps A&P mitigate shortages

    Adolfson and Peterson is securing materials and subs before projects begin, according to division president Will Pender.

    By Leslie Shaver • Nov. 2, 2021
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    In wake of Surfside disaster, Florida contractors create building safety task force

    Associated Builders and Contractors of Florida has appointed an advisory panel to look at multifamily safety issues and have a voice in upcoming legislative developments related to the June condo collapse.

    By Oct. 13, 2021
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    Questionable design, construction practices likely contributed to Surfside condo collapse

    Multiple design- and building-related issues may have led to the deadly June collapse of Champlain Towers South in Florida, said an attorney-engineer.

    By Leslie Shaver • Oct. 1, 2021