|12/04/2013||GWCCA OKs More Land Purchases for Falcons Stadium|
Dec. 04--A state agency on Tuesday approved using public money to purchase two additional pieces of land for the new Atlanta Falcons stadium.
|12/03/2013||$100M Used-Oil Processing Plant Project at Port of Tampa Put on Hold|
Dec. 03--The Texas investment group building a $100 million-plus used-oil processing plant at the Port of Tampa that was envisioned as an economic development showcase for the region has suspended construction of the plant for 90 to 120 days, the group said in a release.
|12/04/2013||Miami's MLS Hopes Hinge on Privately Funded Stadium|
Dec. 04--If David Beckham can build it as adeptly as he can bend it, Miami could be the next city to join Major League Soccer.
|12/03/2013||NCDOT Closes Outer Banks Bridge For Emergency Repairs|
Dec. 03--Citing safety concerns, the state Department of Transportation said Tuesday it has closed Bonner Bridge, which carries N.C. 12 over Oregon Inlet, after finding new evidence of erosion around the bridge supports.
|12/03/2013||DeKalb County, Ga., Settles Lawsuit With Heery Int'l|
Dec. 03--The DeKalb County School District freed itself of another major distraction, with a decision to settle a long-running lawsuit that cost millions of dollars and contributed to financial and political instability.
|12/01/2013||Construction Starts on $39M Central Station Project That Ties into SunRail|
Dec. 01--Winter Park Construction is starting on the urban-infill, midrise Crescent Central Station, which is being built on Orange Avenue in downtown Orlando between the Orange County Courthouse and SunRail station.
|12/01/2013||Atlanta Braves Face Tight Timeline for Building Ballpark, Development|
Dec. 01--Atlanta Braves executives will return to work from their Thanksgiving travels Monday, still thankful for $300 million in public funding for a new stadium but aware that last week's vote by the Cobb County Commission signaled the start of an unforgiving timetable to get the ballpark built by 2017.
|11/29/2013||In Downtown Miami, a Grand Architectural Revival|
Nov. 29--After sitting vacant for most of a decade, the grandest old Miami building no one knows about is springing back to life, and you're welcome -- nay, implored -- to drop in any time.
|11/28/2013||SCE&G Plans to Develop Five Solar Projects Across South Carolina|
Nov. 28--COLUMBIA, S.C. -- SCE&G, criticized in the past for its resistance to renewable energy, plans to build as many as five solar farms under a proposal to sharply increase the company's use of non-polluting sun power.
|11/26/2013||Proponents Say Braves Ballpark Deal is a Winner|
Nov. 26--When Cobb County commissioners decide whether to spend hundreds of millions of dollars in public money on a new Braves stadium, proponents will argue that the county should provide the money without hesitation.
|11/26/2013||Opponents Fight Cobb County's Deal for Braves Ballpark|
Nov. 26--Opposition to Cobb County's plan to help fund a new Braves stadium has been growing since the deal was announced two weeks ago.
|11/25/2013||The Future of SRS: Budget Fight at the Federal Level|
Nov. 25--Editor's Note: This is the final installment of a three-part series of what officials and legislators are doing about the Savannah River Site budget crisis on a local, state and federal level.
|11/24/2013||Atlanta a Top Example of Shorter Stadium Lifespans|
Nov. 24--If the Georgia Dome and Turner Field are discarded as planned in 2017, the doubleheader of demolition will bring to an end two of the shortest-lived major stadiums in modern sports history.
|11/23/2013||Sequester Imperils Federal Money for SunRail Expansion|
Nov. 23--SunRail is set to start running in May, but its 2016 expansion into Osceola County and farther north into Volusia County may be in jeopardy because $80 million in federal money needed to complete the commuter-rail system no longer is assured.
|11/24/2013||As South Fla. Construction Ramps Up, Workers in Short Supply|
Nov. 24--With many once-stalled construction projects coming online now in South Florida, industry managers are wary of a growing shortage of skilled workers.
|11/22/2013||Savannah Port Expansion Could Start by Year's End|
Nov. 22--WASHINGTON -- The Port of Savannah expansion project could break ground by year's end, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said Thursday, following a trip with Vice President Joe Biden and Georgia U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson to inspect the Panama Canal.
|11/22/2013||Tampa Int'l Airport Plans $2.5B Expansion|
Nov. 22--TAMPA -- Tampa International Airport is poised to undergo its most radical changes and extensive construction since the main terminal opened in 1971.
|11/22/2013||Construction Booming at Fort Bragg, N.C.|
Nov. 22--More than $860 million in construction projects are underway on Fort Bragg, which has seen a tremendous amount of redevelopment in recent years, an official says.
|11/22/2013||Miami OKs Construction of Midtown Walmart Superstore|
Nov. 22--After more than two years of bitter debate between advocates of Walmart and opponents who said the world's largest retailer will suck the life out of one of Miami's newest and trendiest neighborhoods, city commissioners gave the company the green light to build a superstore in Midtown.
|11/22/2013||Central Fla. Construction Exec, Son, Killed in Turnpike Crash|
Nov. 22--Friends on Thursday were mourning the loss of a southwest Orange County father and son killed Wednesday in a crash on Florida's Turnpike.
|11/22/2013||Florida OKs Sugarland Wind Farm Project in Palm Beach County|
Nov. 22--Threats to birds didn't stop state regulators from approving an energy-producing wind farm -- with towering, whirling blades -- planned for Palm Beach County sugar cane fields.
|11/21/2013||Concrete Pour Completed for Vogtle Unit 4 Nuke Plant|
Nov. 21--A concrete pour for a 6-foot thick base for the second of two nuclear reactor units under construction at Plant Vogtle was completed this week.
|11/21/2013||Legoland Florida to Build New Hotel by 2015|
WINTER HAVEN, Fla. -- While shoveling a ceremonial scoop of Lego bricks, Legoland Florida executives announced Thursday that the theme park will build a 152-room hotel on its property by 2015.
|11/21/2013||Developer Plans 1,000-foot Bayfront Tower in Downtown Miami|
Nov. 21--A prominent Miami developer is getting ready to unveil a proposal for a colossal bayfront observation tower and vertical -- not to say vertigo-inducing -- amusement center in downtown Miami that he believes will become the city's analogue to the Eiffel Tower.
|11/21/2013||Editorial: AECOM Coaxes Rebid of $1.6B Miami-Dade Sewer Project Awarded to CH2M Hill|
Nov. 21--It's a given at Miami-Dade County Hall that when one bidder wins a big contract, the choice will be challenged by the losers.