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NAICS 444 sales (building material and garden equipment and supplies) in May increased compared to the same month last year.

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Prices paid for goods used in residential construction ex-energy rose 3.6% in May (not seasonally adjusted) and have increased 16.5% over the past...

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A white Toyota Corolla FX16—the first Toyota car built on American soil--rolled off the production line at Fremont, Calif.-based New United Motor...

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Armed with a grant from a state housing agency, a group that includes a team from Virginia Tech, a Richmond construction company and two local...

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Human spaceflight is a hot topic, and many companies throughout the world are intent on someday developing the capability of sending Earth's...

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Offsite construction holds a lot of promise for builders looking to do more with less.

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This guidance is intended to help employers and workers not covered by OSHA's COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) to identify COVID-19...

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California is the latest state to back away from extensive facemask requirements for workplaces, deciding to scale back its Emergency Temporary...

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As work at construction project sites increases in Colorado’s Front Range, more workers may find themselves exposed to falls and trenching and...

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Spurred by its significant population growth in the past decade, North Dakota experienced the nation's largest increase in housing units – nearly 20...

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Working well over 40 hours per week can increase your risk of work-related disability and early death.

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To support the 2021 National Safety Stand-Down, the National Framers Council hosted a photo contest to encourage framers to participate in...

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