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Even with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, multifamily has continued to be a resilient asset class with a lot of capital chasing deals.

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Home building, like other U.S. industries, has been dealing with the supply side challenges of labor and material shortages.

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On September 9th, President Biden issued a new plan, Path out of the Pandemic, which includes a six-pronged, comprehensive national strategy to...

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Virginia is moving forward with its plan to develop a heat stress standard in the workplace.

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The latest edition of LinkedIn’s Workforce Confidence survey highlights the different faces of stress across the U.S. economy.

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An Orwell roofing contractor continues to put himself and his workers at risk of injury or worse by defying federal requirements to use fall...

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In the August labor market data, job openings for the overall economy remained elevated at 10.4 million open positions.

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The fourth annual Framers Summit, hosted by the National Framers Council (NFC), brought framers together from throughout the country representing...

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On this podcast John Mattingly, president of Mattingly Lumber and Millwork in Granite City, Illinois, shares how his family’s company evolved from...

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Justin and Ken say lumber production capacity and transportation constraints paired with continuing strong demand will slowly push the lumber market...

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Builder confidence inched up in September on lower lumber prices and strong housing demand, even as the housing sector continues to grapple with...

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The number of women employed in the construction industry grew slightly in 2020, rising to around 1.17 million, while the construction industry lost...

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