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The ANSI Z359 Committee approved a second 6-month extension to the effective date of the ANSI/ASSP Z359.14-2021 standard.

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OSHA will soon be able to issue certifications in support of T and U nonimmigrant status visas, a move the agency contends will aid in some...

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If 2023 were a car, it would be a DeLorean—a beautiful product with lots of flash and some innovative ideas, but also serious issues underneath the...

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Two consecutive solid monthly gains for builder confidence, spurred in part by easing mortgage rates, signal that the housing market may be turning...

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Drexel Building Supply, based in Campbellsport, Wisconsin, has been named to Energage program’s list of Top Workplaces.

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A Cascade business was among a large contingency of companies represented at a High Demand Skilled Trades event for area high school students, Feb....

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Although rising builder sentiment indicates a turning point for housing later this year, lackluster single-family production in January is a sign...

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The construction industry’s outlook for labor is bleak. In order to meet demand, contractors will need to hire an estimated 546,000 workers in 2023,...

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The U.S. Department of Labor today announced that its Occupational Safety and Health Administration will withdraw its proposal to reconsider and...

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After four consecutive declines, the producer price index (PPI) for inputs to residential construction less energy (i.e. building materials) rose...

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In this episode, Joe Hikel, owner of Shelter Systems Limited in Westminster, Maryland, shares why he has been a driving force behind the creation of...

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In the short-term, supply will outstrip demand until the spring buy season starts, which means now is a very safe time to get a good deal.

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