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September 11,2013

Contractors that fall short of new federal hiring rules concerning veterans and disabled persons will not necessarily incur penalties, says...

September 11,2013

Since 2000, at least three individuals have died as a result of falling from the upper decks of stadiums in the United States. In addition, eight...

September 11,2013

The healthcare industry has experienced great attention from The Joint Commission concerning fire and life safety issues.

September 11,2013

San Francisco is poised to drop a requirement that skyscrapers have refill stations so firefighters can recharge their air tanks during a blaze....

September 05,2013

Since the beginning of 2013, the USGBC has followed more than 125 bills across 34 states that seek to advance healthy, high-performing schools.

September 05,2013

A group of 11 construction trade associations has created the Construction Industry Safety Coalition in response to the Occupational Safety and...

September 05,2013

California authorized $1.2 billion for jail construction in 2007, but not a single county in the state has completed a jail project since then.

September 05,2013

Some contractors say Ohio's new system puts small and midsize construction companies at a disadvantage.

September 05,2013

Outdated building codes and lack of a master plan slowed the initial rebuilding stage after a devastating tornado leveled parts of Tuscaloosa, Ala...

August 28,2013

Philadelphia City Council will introduce legislation next month to strengthen the regulation of building demolition practices.