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December 04,2013

The low-lying city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands is a world leader in storm resiliency with policies that impact businesses, private homes, and...

December 03,2013

Current federal contracting laws are discouraging talented architects from competing for federal contracts, depriving government and, by inference...

November 20,2013

New federal maps for Boston significantly expand the number of homes and businesses in areas considered at high risk of flooding, a change that...

November 14,2013

A proposal from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration would require companies with more than 250 employees to disclose workplace...

November 06,2013

The silica-dust rule from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration could put small businesses at a disadvantage on the cost of complying...

October 31,2013

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has extended the public comment period on its silica-dust exposure rule by 47 days.

October 18,2013

The Associated General Contractors of America and the HR Policy Association are reportedly considering taking legal action over the Labor...

U40 Summit participants gathered for a group photo at the conclusion of the Visi
October 15,2013

Sixty-five up-and-coming AEC stars presented their big ideas for solving pressing social, economic, technical, and cultural problems related to...

October 08,2013

E-Verify, the online federal program used to check the immigration status of prospective hires, has been closed due to the federal government...

October 03,2013

Regulations such as the E-Verify rule and the Affordable Care Act could hinder contractors from hiring additional workers, according to some...