|06/19/2013||NC Senate Committee Votes to Roll Back Building Efficiency Standards|
June 19--A legislative effort to slash the state's energy-efficiency requirements for new buildings gained crucial support in a Senate committee Tuesday.
|06/19/2013||Falcons Offer Schedule Incentives to Atlanta Stadium Builders|
June 19--The Atlanta Falcons will offer financial incentives to motivate contractors to finish a new downtown stadium ahead of schedule, the team's top executive said.
|06/18/2013||Corps Plans $30M Fish-Passage Project for Savannah River|
June 18--The newest proposed design for fish passage at New Savannah Bluff could divert up to 100 percent of the Savannah River's flow to a series of rock ramps to be built on the channel's South Carolina side.
|06/18/2013||GE to Build Jet Engine Plant in Asheville, N.C.|
June 18--At the Paris Air Show on Monday, the South won another high-tech aerospace plant.
|06/18/2013||Fort Lauderdale Builder Plans Townhomes|
June 18--A builder has broken ground on a second housing project in Fort Lauderdale and plans to start construction on a third development next month.
|06/18/2013||Atlanta, Falcons Officials Like Stadium Architect's 'Pantheon' Concept|
June 18--Backers of a new stadium for the Atlanta Falcons chose a design Monday that is all about geometric curves, translucent skin and a roof that opens like a mechanical flower, hoping it will become the city's architectural signature.
|06/15/2013||Clearwater, Fla., Officials Learn Project Developer Pled Guilty to Corruption Charges|
June 15--CLEARWATER -- City officials were blindsided last week when they learned that Richard Zahn, until recently head of Prospect Real Estate Group, a firm picked to build a key project downtown, had pleaded guilty to corruption charges in South Carolina.
|06/17/2013||A Closer Look at Orlando's Soccer-Stadium Pitch|
June 17--Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and the Orlando City Soccer Club are pushing hard for a new soccer stadium designed to land a Major League Soccer franchise.
|06/16/2013||Outer Banks Offshore Wind Farm Plan Gets Blowback|
June 16--KITTY HAWK N.C.
|06/15/2013||Atlanta's Biggest Builders Getting a Larger Share of the Market|
June 15--Metro Atlanta's biggest builders are getting the most new business as the housing market recovers.
|06/14/2013||Deal With Florida has Amazon Looking to Build Warehouses|
June 14--After a deal with Amazon to bring jobs to Florida fell through a month ago, Gov. Rick Scott announced late Thursday that Amazon has proposed creating more than 3,000 full-time jobs in the state, making a $300 million investment by the end of 2016.
|06/14/2013||City OKs Design of Univ. of South Carolina Alumni Center|
June 14--COLUMBIA, S.C. -- The proposed designs for the University of South Carolina alumni center have been approved by Columbia's Design/Development Review Commission.
|06/13/2013||New Transportation Funding Formula Clears NC Senate|
June 13--RALEIGH -- The Senate gave bipartisan approval Thursday to the first rewrite in 24 years of a legislative blueprint for spreading state and federal transportation construction dollars across North Carolina.
|06/13/2013||Deadline Looms for Funding of Everglades Restoration Project|
June 13--With a deadline to secure congressional authorization fast running out, environmentalists on Thursday pressed water managers to endorse a $2.2 billion suite of projects that is a key to finally restoring natural water flow through the heart of the River of Grass.
|06/13/2013||Fla. Man, Formerly with Alberici, Indicted for Construction Kickback Scheme|
June 13--ST. LOUIS -- A former vice-president of Alberici Constructors, Inc. and a company supplier were indicted Thursday for their roles in a kickback scheme that cost the company at least $4.8 million, prosecutors said.
|06/11/2013||$10M Veterans Training, Education Center to be Built in Warner Robins, Ga.|
June 11--PERRY -- A $10 million education and training center for veterans approved in the fiscal 2014 state budget will be built in Warner Robins, Gov. Nathan Deal said Monday.
|06/11/2013||Falcons Select Holder-Hunt Team to Build Atlanta Stadium|
June 11--The Atlanta Falcons have chosen two construction firms, one of them locally based, to build the team's planned new stadium.
|06/08/2013||Pinellas County, Fla., Plans Affordable-Housing Project|
June 08--SEMINOLE -- A county agency plans to build affordable apartments on the site of the former Women's Hospital.
|06/10/2013||N.C. Bill Seeks to Limit Tolling to New Interstate Lanes|
June 10--N.C. Rep. Jeff Collins expects his bill that prohibits tolls on existing interstates will be successful and halt the two-year wrangle over whether to add tolls to Interstate 95.
|06/10/2013||Contractor Bets Big on Miami|
June 10--John Leete is the top dog at John Moriarty & Associates in Florida.
|06/09/2013||As Rehab Continues, Lake Okeechobee Dike Still at Risk of Failing|
June 09--Thirty Palm Beach County school buses on Friday put Lake Okeechobee in their rearview mirrors and practiced racing a rush of water.
|06/09/2013||Southeast States Fight LEED Over Local Wood Requirements|
SAVANNAH, Ga. - A building supplier phoned Pollard Lumber Co. about providing wood for a large government construction project in Georgia, but the deal broke down over a single question about how the family-owned sawmill has committed itself to environmentally friendly practices.
|06/09/2013||Developer Hires GC for $60M Mixed-Use Project in Winston-Salem, N.C.|
Developer C.A. Harrison Cos.
|06/08/2013||Orlando Mayor Wants to Start Building Soccer Stadium|
June 08--The Orlando City Soccer Club and Mayor Buddy Dyer may have come up with a Plan B to get a new taxpayer financed stadium in Orlando: build it in two phases.
|06/07/2013||Clearwater, Fla., Looks to Redevelop Downtown|
June 07--CLEARWATER -- Tech businesses are moving downtown.