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March 13,2014

The Environmental Protection Agency published a new rule this month that will require the construction, housing, and utility sectors to carry out...

March 04,2014

After a recent successful challenge of the scientific methodology used to redraw the coastal high-hazard zones, the Massachusetts congressional...

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February 28,2014

Metcalf spent more than $76 million on a military construction project and sued to recoup costs.

February 19,2014

The Obama Administration wants to boost fuel efficiency of medium- and heavy-duty trucks for models made in 2019 and later.

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February 19,2014

OSHA’s proposal to postpone the compliance date for crane operator certification by three years was made official on Feb. 7 when it was published...

February 17,2014

OSHA says the rules will protect workers and prevent 700 fatalities annually. Others say the rules would hurt businesses and jobs. 

February 05,2014

Recent advancements in structural design, combined with the loosening of density and zoning requirements, has opened the door for the so-called "...

January 31,2014

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration said it would extend the comment period for a proposal that would require employers to submit...

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January 26,2014

The expansion of a tax-abatement program for green roofs under New York state law doubles the previous maximum benefit of $100,000, adds new plant...

January 16,2014

Despite misleading media reports, January 1 did not mark a ban on the manufacture or import of 60-watt and 40-watt incandescent bulbs.