Decades of wage stagnation magnified the gap between family income and housing costs and, as with cities nationwide, Texas municipalities face ever steeper challenges in meeting the need for affordable housing
New Orleans: U.S. 5th Circuit Reinterprets Project Manager Responsibility in Austin Construction Case
The U.S. Fifth Circuit receded from a 1981 precedent about employer liability and recognized the OSHA’s authority to cite “controlling employers” for the actions of non-employees
Cid Galindo and Presidium broke ground on The Elliott, the first of the multi-phase development known as The Pecan District.
The Austin Zoning and Platting Commission gave its consent to a zoning change that would convert an old junkyard into a multifamily residential community
Katerra Inc., a manufacturer of building components and materials, will be constructing a 600,000-square-foot fully automated factory south of San Marcos Regional
Jonathan Coon, founder of 1-800 Contacts, is on his way to reinventing a 145-acre tract of wilderness that includes 2,880 linear feet of shoreline along Lake Austin into a mixed-use