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Maryland Dot To Recycle Aggregate

The Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration is working with the local construction industry to develop environmentally safe methods of recycling pavement for use on future highway projects

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U.K. Construction Recovery Waits For 2011

Following the sharpest fall in the United Kingdom’s construction output on record, the latest forecasts from the Construction Products Association do not anticipate any recovery in the industry’s fortunes until 2011.

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Aug New Home Sales Up Slightly

Following four months of solid gains, sales of newly built, single-family homes edged up by less than 1% in August as the window for an important buyer incentive began to close, according to data released

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Artba Elects Officers

The American Road and Transportation Builders Association elected its 2009-2010 officers. The following individuals were elected at the association’s national convention

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Polaris To Lease Calif. Terminal

Polaris Minerals has secured an option to lease an existing marine aggregate importing terminal in the Port of Long Beach, Calif.

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