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New $675M concourse approved for Dulles International Airport

Construction is expected to begin next year on a new $675 million concourse at Dulles International Airport. Washington, DC-area airport officials approved the plan to replace a temporary concourse and to apply for a $230 million competitive federal grant under …

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O’Hare preps for $8.5B remodel

Now that O’Hare International Airport has completed its $6 billion renovation of its runway system, the airport and airline partners are working on an $8.5 billion makeover that Chicago says will remodel the airport “from curb to gate.” Airport officials …

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Tennessee Titans unveil vision for new stadium

The NFL’s Tennessee Titans unveiled a rendering of a new, enclosed stadium that could cost $1.9 billion to $2.2 billion to build. The team says construction on the stadium could be completed in 31 months, and additional plans call for …

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North Carolina’s Ghost Town in The Sky to be revived

Ghost Town in the Sky LLC has selected Storyland Studios to revive and redesign the shuttered Ghost Town in The Sky theme park in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. Plans for the theme park include upgrading its attractions and adding a …

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Fidelis developing mixed-use center in Houston

Phase 1 of The Market at Willis Shopping Center in Houston is expected to be completed in 2022 and includes an H-E-B grocery store and 200,000 square feet of space for stores, restaurants and service providers. Owner Fidelis is also …

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ALDI to expand curbside pickup, open 100 new stores

ALDI is joining with Instacart to grow its curbside pickup service to 500 stores by the end of this year, adding those sites to the 600 stores in 35 states where the pickup option was rolled out in 2020. ALDI …

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Slate of projects adding to wealth of the McGovern Medical School at UTHealth

The first class of 19 students entered what is now known as McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) in 1970. Located in the heart of the Texas Medical Center, the school was …

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Former racquetball club becomes COVID-friendly Phoenix co-workspace

We are creatures of habit. We still need a place to gather and build culture. So, while the world continues to fall in love with the new “work from culture,” there are still places that invite the sense of community …

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Artistic façade highlights adaptive reuse project in Arkansas

When The Momentary opened in February in Bentonville, Arkansas, directors of the contemporary art space chose to showcase a vertical dance troupe that performed on the building’s 80-foot tall projectable glass rainscreen facade. The underlying messages—both in terms of artistic …

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Our conversation with Jenn Sussman, Director of National Accounts, Powerhouse

Energy. Boundless, uncanny and spirited energy. If you were to try put a label on what Jenn Sussman brings to the commercial construction table, you’ll want to start there. As the Director of National Accounts for Powerhouse, she is part …

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