January 2011: Construction Outlook

 

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| January 2011
After five years of construction—which is considered fast for this type of project—the Trans Bay Cable (TBC) under the San Francisco Bay went into commercial service in late N

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| January 2011
The construction unemployment rate grew to 18.8 percent in November as the sector lost another 5,000 jobs since October, according to an analysis of new federal employment dat

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| January 2011
With the available infrastructure already in place, it is reasonable that a utility could partner with its local telecom company to deploy new smart grid technology.

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| January 2011
The economic recovery, almost without exception, has been coming slower than snail’s pace for the construction industry.

| January 2011
As unpleasant as it is to say, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) contractor-related outlook for 2011 is bleak.

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