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May 17,2012

Heavy snowfall, construction defects, and design problems contributed to the collapse of the Stadium Southland roof in New Zealand in September...

May 17,2012

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently launched an educational campaign to prevent deadly falls in the construction...

May 10,2012

An organization of several industry groups urged Congress to leave many contracting decisions to the discretion of individual agencies by avoiding...

May 10,2012

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has proposed a new regulation, Injury and Illness Prevention Program, or I2P2, which would...

May 03,2012

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has reduced the number of violations from four to two against four firms it cited earlier this...

May 03,2012

New York City officials announced strict new licensing and testing requirements for all crane operators in New York City to raise safety standards...

April 26,2012

Too few bolts connecting horizontal steel support beams with vertical steel columns was the cause of January’s construction accident at Horseshoe...

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 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 13,2012

Following a worker’s death, the collapse of a century-old, two-story warehouse under demolition as part of Columbia University’s expansion is...