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Harsco names SVP/CFO
Harsco Corporation appointed F. Nicholas Grasberger to senior vice president and chief financial officer, effective April 22, 2013.
Ballast maintenance for the best roadbed
For proper support and drainage along the railroads both big and small, a good ballast maintenance program is key.
Mom Chung and Big Alma to bore SFMTA Central Subway tunnels
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) revealed the names of two tunnel boring machines (TBMs) that will excavate and construct the Central Subway tunnels.
Obama renews call for infrastructure investment
President Obama resumed a push for infrastructure investment first outlined in his State of the Union speech. The plan outlines three main points to bring the nation's infrastructure into a…
M/w challenges: advances in rail measurement
Fast, mobile surveying systems capture rail data with increased productivity and accuracy.
L.B. Foster rebrands Portec Rail Products as L.B. Foster Rail Technologies
L.B. Foster Company said that it is changing the names of several of its subsidiary companies acquired from Portec Rail Products, Inc., to L.B. Foster Rail Technologies
Union Pacific to improve Nebraska infrastructure
Union Pacific Railroad is enhancing Nebraska's transportation infrastructure by investing more than $29 million in the rail line that runs between Grand Island and Havens.
Harsco Rail secures trio of international orders
Global diversified industrial company Harsco Corporation secured three new international orders within its Harsco Rail group totaling more than $85 million in projected revenues and further adding to the group's…
RailWorks names corporate equipment manager
RailWorks Corporation named Daniel Brown corporate equipment manager.
Chicago-area commuter rail bridge move a success
A commuter rail bridge, believed to be the largest truss bridge ever moved after assembly, was rolled into place over Torrence Avenue near 130th Street in Chicago, Ill.
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