WASHINGTON — Drivers should expect delays when traveling through the Third Street Tunnel the next two weekends as construction work begins on the multi-building Capitol Crossing development. Construction will close the Second Street exit ramp…
Commuters who take 16th Street NW can expect delays and lane closures for bridge replacement work.
A worker was reportedly impaled on a steel rod after a fall at a construction site on the 8800 block of Ridge Road in Bethesda.
The high-rise apartment building that will replace the former Post Office on S. Eads Street expects to have shovels in the ground by the end of the month.
MANASSAS, Va. (AP) — Prince William County school officials and a family have laid to rest remains unearthed during a construction project. Workers found the more than 100-year-old remains last November as they were preparing…
SPRINGFIELD — As work continues on the I-95 Express Lanes Project, the Virginia Department of Transportation says that a temporary traffic pattern will be put into place on the Franconia-Springfield Parkway. Construction crews will block…
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Federal officials are launching a summer campaign to curb construction fatalities and other injuries in Virginia. The Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration says officers in its Norfolk office will…
Work got started on the widening of Interstate 66 last month
and some residents are losing sleep over the construction — literally.
The Metropolitan Airports Authority said Monday that the Silver Line contractor has not completed seven key aspects of the project. And the new transit line\’s opening will be delayed again.
There\’s literally a grave controversy surrounding a high school being built in Prince William County. To make way for the new school, an old cemetery was moved and which didn\’t go over well with the community.
A more than 5-mile stretch of Route 606 in Loudoun County will be widened to reduce backups and commute times.
In an age when homes include four car garages, media rooms and man caves, one Maryland company is bucking the trend.
The District government was busy on Grace Street Thursday.
A new piece of public art will grace the New York Avenue Bridge providing a dash of nature and art to the newly rehabilitated structured that will serve as a gateway to the District\’s NoMA neighborhood.
Weather-related construction delays will push back the opening of the first segment of Metro\’s new Silver Line by at least a month.