While most of us are still getting used to the new president-elect and are wondering what the future might hold for us, this week has brought some interesting news from the construction niche as well. No matter who’s in charge, one thing is crystal clear: the construction projects are getting bigger and better constantly. This week’s main news involves Orlando, Texas and Seattle – all of these places are subject to some big changes.
For starters, we are sharing with you a news story that is in all ways astonishing. A group of investors in Texas are considering building a $300 million luxury community underground for those who are worried about doomsday scenario or want to hide away from any natural disasters striking down. The idea is to build a sustainable community and residence that will include all luxury amenities. Yep, you heard that right – soon you can live underground and play golf there or go to a spa!
Check out the full news story here: Texas investors are planning bunker homes for doomsday
Those Texas investors might be on to something as they are not the only ones making plans on how to survive natural disasters. There is a new Seattle bridge in development and it is designed to be completely earthquake proof, revolutionizing the whole industry.
Take a look at the whole story: Seattle bridge to become completely earthquake proof
The news from Orlando doesn’t concern disasters, but it’s nevertheless significant: Orlando International Airport is getting a massive expansion, all to ensure it will be much easier to move through the airport than it is right now.
See all the details: Orlando International Airport expansion got a green light
What do you think of these preparations and projects? Excited about seeing the doomsday community? Even in the craziest times, it is sure the construction niche will never stop growing – check back to our site to see more fresh news from around the globe!