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“Builder Mart is the largest, one-day building industry trade show in the country and entering its 50th year as the premier home builder, developer...

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A Millersburg, Ohio, contractor now faces more than $1 million in penalties after an inspection by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational...

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Average hourly earnings for residential building workers continue to rise in August but at a slower pace.

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The count of open, unfilled jobs for the overall economy fell 10% in August, declining from almost 11.2 million to 10.05 million.

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Construction added a total of 19,000 jobs in September, with the bulk of those gains coming on the nonresidential side, signaling that the Federal...

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Contractors face new challenges every day. Projects get more complex, regulations get tighter, expenses go up and deadlines shorter. The solution?...

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Through the lobbying efforts of the HBA of Michigan, led by Dawn Crandall, EVP of government relations, the Michigan legislature appropriated $2...

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Time and time again, I have witnessed too many companies spending millions on capital investments to achieve marginal improvements while others...

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Private residential construction spending declined 0.9% in August, as single-family construction spending slid amid surging mortgage rates.

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Damage caused by Hurricane Ian’s massive storm surge, flooding and winds will require skilled workers to help the state of Florida rebuild.

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Hurricane Ian made landfall last week in South Florida, as a category 4 hurricane, bringing estimated wind speeds of 145 mph and devastating...

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NAHB analysis of the Survey of Construction (SOC) shows that 67% of all new single-family homes started in 2021 were built on slab foundations,...

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