road builder


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someone whose business is to build roads

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road builder says it fired two technicians for falsifying asphalt test records and has replaced $30,000 worth of pavement on Mallard Creek Church Road, reported The Charlotte Observer.
will reinstate a demoted senior official whose allegation in a magazine article helped trigger the dismissal of Haruho Fujii as JH president last year, officials of the state-run road builder said Thursday.
in diameter, while the Road Builder uses the tail weight as force for depth digging.
A retired road builder put up a stop sign on his $200 million donation to create 15 Detroit charter high schools after 3,000 public school teachers marched on the capitol in protest.
a major road builder in the state, already is making plans for the future.
Hogan, the son of prominent Little Rock road builder Ben M.
AUGUST 9, 1757: Birth of Scottish road builder Thomas Telford.
And there were a road builder with a spade and a bus driver, and the little girl would hit the time and they'd go to lunch.
Consequently, the newest "bull" of the road, after an 18-24 month R&D-gestation, is the Road Builder.
Major donors to Lane Citizens for Safe Roads include the Lane County government public works union, $5,000; Lane County gravel mine owner and road builder Wildish Land Co.
An accomplished road builder who got his initial training at West Point, completed the Northwest's first engineered highway at the age of thirty-two.
The businessman offloaded his shares in the road builder because he had been approached with a very attractive proposal, the paper said.
18 November 2011 - DBRS on Thursday affirmed the A rating of Canadian road builder NorthwestConnect General Partnership's senior amortising bonds, Series 1.
But the Wakefield Road builder has now appealed against the ruling and the dispute is set to rumble on until February 2011 when a planning inspector will make a final decision.
The biggest discovery was made when he and colleague Dr Bruno Fazenda visited a full-size concrete replica of Stonehenge built as a war memorial by American road builder Sam Hill at Maryhill in Washington state.