Efficiency Eludes The Construction Industry

NINE years ago the first concrete was poured for Berlin Brandenburg airport. It was expected to open in 2012, to cost 1.2bn ($1.8bn) and to welcome 34m passengers each year. ...
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Wage Theft Investigations and Citations in the Construction Industry

This month we share some cautionary tales for employers in the construction industry. During the past several months the California Labor Commissioner has cited or filed suit ...
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Never Forget: Remembering The Victims Of 9/11

      Today, we remember those who fell victim to the devastating attacks on 9/11 #NeverForget
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Construction Employment Increases by 6,000 Jobs in July, Annual Growth Rate Doubles Hiring Pace

Construction employment increased by 6,000 jobs in July to the highest level since October 2008, amid a tight labor market that may be keeping contractors from hiring as many ...
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A Look Back During The Early Era Of Skyscraper Construction 

During the early era of skyscraper construction, it was said that one worker died for every $1million spent on the building 5 men died during the 1929 to 1931 construction of ...
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