M.A. Mortenson Sees More than $15.3 Billion in North American Project Activity

Industrial Info is tracking more than $15.3 billion in North American projects involving construction company M.A. Mortenson Company (Minneapolis, Minnesota). The projects cover…

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Thu Jan 07 2021

Dallas Fed Survey: Oil Patch Outlook Improves

Business activity for Oil & Gas producers in Texas and parts of Louisiana and New Mexico rose in fourth-quarter 2020, moving into positive territory for…

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Tue Jan 05 2021

U.S. Southeast Region Plans for More than $1.5 Billion in First-Quarter Power Project Starts

The Power Industry is moving along in the U.S. Southeast market region, which has plans to kick off more than $1.5 billion in…

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Tue Dec 15 2020

U.S. Great Lakes Region Sees Nearly $2.5 Billion in Planned First-Quarter Industrial Manufacturing Project Starts

The Great Lakes region has always been a powerhouse for the Industrial Manufacturing Industry and remains so with nearly $2.5 billion in projects in…

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Mon Dec 14 2020

Elon Musk Living in Texas?! Industrial Info Tracks $1.6 Billion in Tesla Projects in Lone Star State

Elon Musk, one of the world's richest people and chief executive officer of Tesla Incorporated (NASDAQ:TSLA) (Palo Alto, California) and Space Exploration Technologies Corporation…

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Thu Dec 10 2020

M.A. Mortenson Sees More than $15.3 Billion in North American Project Activity

Industrial Info is tracking more than $15.3 billion in North American projects involving construction company M.A. Mortenson Company (Minneapolis, Minnesota). The projects cover a broad range of industrial sectors, including light rail, data centers, power transmission and distribution (T&D), and windfarms. Thanks to several Power Industry projects, the Southwest region, which includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and »

Dallas Fed Survey: Oil Patch Outlook Improves

Business activity for Oil & Gas producers in Texas and parts of Louisiana and New Mexico rose in fourth-quarter 2020, moving into positive territory for the first time since first-quarter 2019, according to a quarterly survey by the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank. Moreover, nearly half of the survey respondents expect their firms' capital spending to increase in 2021. The fourth-quarter »

U.S. Southeast Region Plans for More than $1.5 Billion in First-Quarter Power Project Starts

The Power Industry is moving along in the U.S. Southeast market region, which has plans to kick off more than $1.5 billion in power projects in first-quarter 2021. The Southeast region includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Puerto Rico and Tennessee. Florida, with 16 planned projects valued at more than $720 million, leads in terms of both project value »

U.S. Great Lakes Region Sees Nearly $2.5 Billion in Planned First-Quarter Industrial Manufacturing Project Starts

The Great Lakes region has always been a powerhouse for the Industrial Manufacturing Industry and remains so with nearly $2.5 billion in projects in the industry planned to kick off in first-quarter 2021. While the automotive sector leads the region with more than $1 billion in projects, other sectors such as data centers and distribution facilities also have a »

Elon Musk Living in Texas?! Industrial Info Tracks $1.6 Billion in Tesla Projects in Lone Star State

Elon Musk, one of the world's richest people and chief executive officer of Tesla Incorporated (NASDAQ:TSLA) (Palo Alto, California) and Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (SpaceX) (Hawthorne, California), has apparently taken up the "Gone-to-Texas" thread, telling The Wall Street Journal he has moved to Texas from California. He took a jab at California, saying the Golden State is taking its »