Construction Week

December 2005
ENR: Engineering News-Record;12/19/2005, Vol. 255 Issue 24, p7
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The article presents news briefs related to the construction industry of the U.S. U.S. and Canadian lawmakers are opening the floodgates for a wave of cleanup projects along the Great Lakes, but funding for the environmental work remains questionable. Governors of eight states and premiers of two provinces in Canada put out a comprehensive plan on December 12, 2005, that calls for more than $20 billion in water cleanup projects over the next 15 years. Four members of HCA Inc.'s design and construction team have left the Nashville, Tennessee-based hospital corporation to join Fluor Corp. Tom Gormley, HCA vice president of design and construction, left the company after 10 years.


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