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The construction labor market is cooling off as economic activity slows in response to tighter monetary policy.

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The National Framers Council (NFC) recently reviewed ISANTA’s proposed revisions to the ANSI SNT-101-2015, “American National Safety Standard for...

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Construction workers often face some of their industry's most serious dangers – such as falls from elevation, being struck or crushed by equipment...

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Sept. 4 through Sept. 10 is National Suicide Prevention Week, and many groups have pitched in to raise awareness of mental health issues in the...

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Following a bit of confusion caused by a recent court decision, the government has decided to officially call to an end the COVID-19 vaccine mandate...

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Private fixed investment in student dormitories declined 4.4% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of $3.2 billion in the second quarter of...

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The number of women employed in the construction industry increased to over 1.24 million in 2021, as the construction industry was quickly...

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The construction industry requires great attention to safety. For that reason, leaders must prioritize implementing company-wide practices to...

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The guests agree that while demand continues to be strong, supply is slightly outpacing it leading to a relatively steady market. 

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Falls are the leading cause of jobsite death among construction workers, and OSHA issued citations for fall standard violations with a higher...

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A Maryland residential framing contractor – cited for 136 willful, repeat, serious and other violations in 20 workplace safety inspections since...

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The construction labor market is cooling off as economic activity slows in response to tighter monetary policy, according to the latest job openings...

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