ENR Construction Week

October 1998
ENR: Engineering News-Record;10/12/98, Vol. 241 Issue 14, p7
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs on the construction industry in the United States. Formal complaint filed by the United States steel industry with the United States (US) Department of Commerce and the US International Trade Commission against Japan, Russia and Brazil; Expansion project at the St. Louis International Airport approved by the US Federal Aviation Administration; Budgetary plan of New Jersey to improve school buildings.


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