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August 02,2012

A Clark County, Nevada district court judge ruled that the unfinished Harmon Hotel at CityCenter, operated and half-owned by MGM Resorts, could...

July 26,2012

Green roofs and other green infrastructure would be required to capture stormwater under a draft state wastewater discharge permit from the...

July 19,2012

A San Francisco property-management company has agreed to pay a record $800,000 civil fine for hundreds of building code violations at rental...

July 12,2012

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has launched its 2012 Heat Illness Prevention Campaign to educate employees and their employers...

July 12,2012

A proposed rule by the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs to increase disabled- and veteran-worker hiring...

July 05,2012

The Veterans Administration asked contractor Brasfield & Gorrie to get more workers on the job and figure out a way to get the job done faster...

July 05,2012

Administration officials significantly underestimated the cost to construction employers of proposed new hiring quotas for federal contractors,...

June 21,2012

Odebrecht Construction Inc., a Brazilian engineering and construction company, is suing the State of Florida over a new law that bans governments...

June 14,2012

A miscalculation in how prevailing wages are calculated in New York reportedly costs the state $3 billion a year in public-infrastructure projects...

June 14,2012

Business groups have asked the U.S. Department of Labor to reconsider a proposed hiring quota aimed at federal contractors...