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When Providence, Rhode Island, architect David DeQuattro bids on a new office building project, he's rolling the dice.

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Investigators Thursday were still trying to determine what started the fire that destroyed a $65 million apartment complex near Classen Curve in...

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The U.S. DOL announced a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking by the department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration to improve worker safety...

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OSHA has cited the employer involved in a February 2021 double fatality at a downtown Boston worksite and his successor company again for failing to...

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Every step matters: From step stools to extension ladders, make sure you're putting the right foot forward.

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To ease severe worker shortages that are delaying construction timelines and raising housing costs, home builders must make fundamental changes to...

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The prices of goods used in residential construction ex-energy climbed 3.6% in January (not seasonally adjusted), according to the latest Producer...

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The construction labor market remains tight, as the industry sees a rising number of job openings year-over-year.

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Two years in, we've all got pandemic fatigue. Turns out, the go-to language of "force majeure" due to COVID-19 in construction contracts may be...

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Just the term "incident investigation" can sometimes make employees nervous or hesitant to participate in important safety assessments.

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President Joe Biden will sign an executive order Friday requiring project labor agreements on federal construction projects over $35...

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OSHA has released another round of citations against companies that violate the agency's safety protocols, resulting in injuries and fatalities to...

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