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In 2021, 6,740 new built-to-rent homes were completed—the highest yearly total to date, according to Yardi Matrix data.

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My family’s company, Great Lake Builders, specializes in structural repairs in and around Chicago.

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Cold Formed Steel (CFS), also known as light gauge steel (LGS), construction is a practical, code approved solution to many of the limitations that...

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Much like last year, the price and availability of building materials topped the list of problems builders face.

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Mr. Richard Dewain “Dickie” Vail, age 66, of Maysville, GA died Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at Piedmont Athens Regional Medical Center.

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A new manufacturing business in Sault Ste. Marie got a boost through provincial government funding, enabling it to retrofit an existing building,...

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Luke Wiesen, General Manager for Truss Craft in Grand Island, Nebraska, talks about his education session targeted to builders on the benefits of...

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The construction labor market remains tight, as the industry sees a rising number of job openings year-over-year.

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Two years in, we've all got pandemic fatigue. Turns out, the go-to language of "force majeure" due to COVID-19 in construction contracts may be...

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Just the term "incident investigation" can sometimes make employees nervous or hesitant to participate in important safety assessments.

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President Joe Biden will sign an executive order Friday requiring project labor agreements on federal construction projects over $35...

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OSHA has released another round of citations against companies that violate the agency's safety protocols, resulting in injuries and fatalities to...

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