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When we think of houses, we usually think of their construction in terms of sturdy materials like bricks or limestone.

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Everybody makes mistakes, but the missteps of some can prove more costly than others. 

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TAL Holdings, one of the fastest growing family- owned building material centers in the Pacific Northwest, has agreed in principle to acquire...

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After bottoming out at 19% in the first quarter of 2022, the popularity of new homes continues to rebound, as the share of buyers looking for new...

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Rising mortgage rates approaching 7% along with declining builder sentiment stemming from stubbornly high construction costs and weakening consumer...

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Real GDP grew in the third quarter, after shrinking for the first two straight quarters of 2022.

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A large majority of safety managers and coordinators have trouble ensuring workers wear their personal protective equipment, according to a recent...

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In this episode, Shane Soule, president of Protec Panel and truss in Bremen, Indiana, shares how he ended up running his company, and how he’s...

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The impetus for OSHA’s Multi-Employer Citation Policy in the 1990s? To prevent employers who had workers at the same jobsite from pointing fingers...

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Nonfarm payroll employment increased in 44 states and the District of Columbia in September compared to the previous month while six states lost jobs.

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The latest trend in employee disengagement is quiet quitting, which is the currently popular way of describing an employee who does the bare minimum...

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"The level of workplace safety and health for this Maine wood products manufacturing facility is commendable," said OSHA Regional Administrator...

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