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April 26,2012

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration takes far too long to adopt new safety regulations compared to other agencies’ development of...

April 26,2012

In the wake of the recent scandal at the General Services Administration in which workers spent lavishly at a Las Vegas conference, a spokesman...

April 26,2012

Those wanting to pursue development in heavily regulated and environmentally sensitive areas are benefiting by designing projects that qualify for...

April 26,2012

New York’s City Council introduced a measure last week that would require the city’s 7,000 elevator mechanics to meet national standards and be...

April 23,2012

AAMA 611-12 describes test procedures and requirements for high performance (Class I) and commercial (Class II) architectural quality aluminum...

April 19,2012

A fight is brewing in the Michigan legislature over how many fully qualified electricians must be present during electrical work when apprentices...

April 19,2012

Aberdeen may become the first city in Washington to base a building code on rising oceans and global warming.

April 19,2012

This seminar will review recent changes in energy codes, examples of building enclosure wall assemblies for code compliance, potential moisture...

April 19,2012

Philadelphia's $2 billion plan to manage its storm water with green methods including porous pavement, green roofs, and more trees, was officially...

April 19,2012

The updated LEED 2012 system will introduce a new credit category, “Location and Transportation,” to encourage development oriented around public...