From tools and doors, to fixtures and appliances, crooks target construction sites, both public and private, as if they were shopping at home depot. Experts say it costs the industry millions of dollars each year, which ultimately gets passed on to the consumer.
Residents in a Long Island neighborhood are complaining that they have been besieged by an enormous construction project along Route 110.
The Fire Department says some of the beams fell on an unoccupied trailer. A construction worker nearby was looked at by emergency responders, but was not taken to the hospital.
Police said the man was partially decapitated in the accident.
Officials say they’re trying to change their ventilation systems to limit the amount of smoke and debris blowing up from underground.
As the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks approaches, 9/11 National Memorial chairman Mayor Bloomberg said construction is moving along exactly as anticipated.
Hudson County officials say reconstruction work that would repair a large sinkhole which formed on a Hoboken street last fall could be completed by early June.
Quick Response Codes were used for product packaging and advertising. Local governments are starting to use them as well. In New York City, a smartphone can now be used to read the code on construction permits.
The toxic Deutsche Bank building’s demolition is nearing completion and construction of One World Trade Center is moving along.
Steel construction has reached the halfway point for 1 World Trade Center, the building that many people still call the Freedom Tower.
It was supposed to give first-time homebuyers in Yonkers a chance at “the American dream,” but they say when they say when they moved in, the nightmare began.
The $33 million project on busy Route 112 through Coram and Port Jefferson Station will take a year to complete.
Over the weekend, the railroad’s $56 million upgrade project left a long trail of frustration.
After a weekend of delays and cancelled trains, it appears the Long Island Rail Road will be back on track to start the work week – but this won’t be the end to the ambitious upgrade work.
The LIRR, the nation’s oldest commuter railroad modernizing an aging infrastructure means fewer trains and longer delays this weekend.