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Peterbilt 75th Anniversary Celebration

Thousands of Peterbilt owners, enthusiasts, and current and former employees are expected to gather Oct. 25 at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds in Stockton, Calif., to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Peterbilt Motors Co. More

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A History of Industry Firsts

During the high-rise construction boom of the 1960s, Miller & Long pioneered the... More

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Deadline Extension: 2014 Masonry Construction Project of the Year

Due to the overwhelming response, the editors of Masonry Construction magazine have extended the deadline of the Masonry Construction Project of the Year Awards. More

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2014 APWA Congress Preshow Planner

The Best Show in Public Works heads to Canada for the first time in 25 years. Here... More

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High & dry: water supply in an era of drought

Organized by the California-Nevada Section of the American Water Works Association, the Whole Water Conference is open to anyone interested in resource planning, integrating recycled water, storm water, desalination, and groundwater management. Speakers include Marsi Steirer of San Diego Public Utilities and Monterey Peninsula Water Management District’s Dave Stoldt. More

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12th North American Masonry Conference Call for Papers

The University of Colorado at Denver’s Civil Engineering Department is hosting the 12th North American Masonry Conference and there's still time to submit proposed papers and publications. More

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Concrete Pavement Facts

Historical facts about concrete pavement from the first street in the U.S. that... More

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Concrete Pavement Facts

Historical facts about concrete pavement from the first street in the U.S. that was paved with concrete to the first concrete pavement in the world. More

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Safe Work On Marbella Apartment

American Architectural Restoration, exclusively turned to Spider to overcome numerous access challenges they would face during their pointing, caulking, masonry repair, and waterproofing work on one Jersey City, N.J., project. More

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Museum and Library, Lancaster Campus of History

A prominent addition to the Lancaster (Pa.) Historical Society's Library and Museum, combined with a comprehensive site master plan, have revitalized this campus of history, which also includes Wheatland, the 1828 home of U.S. President, James L. Buchanan. More

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