January 2011: Construction Outlook

 

The economic recovery, almost without exception, has been coming slower than snail’s pace for the co

When football fans come to New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., they may be more focuse

What happened to the recovery experts predicted in 2010?

After one of the toughest employment years in recent history, with many electricians benched in indu


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January 2011
This year, “ringing in the new” was accompanied by loud choruses of “good riddance, 2010.” Given the anemic economy, I guess that is to be expected. READ MORE
January 2011
Every three years, the National Electrical Code (NEC) is revised, but the Code has only been on a three-year cycle since 1975. READ MORE
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January 2011
Builder confidence in the market for newly built, single-family homes improved slightly in November, according to the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing READ MORE
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ComEd customers in the Chicagoland area are on their way to saving more than $155 million in annual energy costs by taking advantage of the utility’s Smart Ideas energy--effic READ MORE
January 2011
Big change requires big action. Proponents of the new energy revolution know that progress is often incremental, but sometimes the moment calls for greater ambition. READ MORE

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