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A construction worker was injured in a fall this afternoon at the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth. Fire Department spokesman Tim Hardeman said the worker fell about 30 feet at the museum, which is undergoing a $135 million expansion. He didn't know
Los Angeles Times The real estate bust idled hundreds of thousands of construction workers...Laid-off workers remember the sting of lost livelihoods; some have had enough of boom and bust. Former house painter Alan Schaffer has hung up his paintbrush
A Magen David Adom (Red Star of David) emergency crew that was sent to the scene tried to revive him but was forced to pronounce him dead.
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Analysis & Opinion A construction worker performs labor at a residential building project in the China Basin area in San Francisco, California March 8, 2013. Labor costs rose less than expected in the first quarter and pointed to benign wage
St. subway dig Witnesses say the worker was more than six stories below 11th Ave. near W. St., helping to build the extension of the 7 subway line, when he twisted his knee at 11:23 a.m. and became unable to walk...Firefighters gave a hard hat
The workers are upset after six non-union construction workers were brought on the job on Wednesday. The bulldozers and other tools at the 16th and 3rd Street location have gone quiet while union representatives and L&S Refrigeration work to find a
Stan Marek, CEO, Marek Family of Companies Homes in Texas are cheap at least compared with much of the country. You can buy a brand new, five-bedroom, 3,000-square-foot house near Fort Worth for just $160,000. But that affordability comes at a price
Like almost everything in the Texas, the construction industry in the Lone Star State is big. One in every 13 workers here is employed in the state's $54 billion-per-year construction industry. Homebuilding and commercial construction may be an
The blaze destroyed part of the Yongding Tower in Beijing's Fengtai district, where the event will be held, said Yang Guang, a spokeswoman for the district. "So far, it's hard to tell whether the damage caused by fire will delay the expo, and the