January 2012: The Construction Outlook

 

Energy projects currently underway across the United states reflect several trends—new construction in...

The U.S. Veterans Administration (VA) provides healthcare, disability benefits, pensions, home loans, life insurance...

Leading construction experts and economists are certain about one thing in construction right...


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| January 2012
There’s a lot to learn from stories. In our industry, there are many stories being told: crazy, scary stories about bids and deadlines, addendums and job walks.

| January 2012
California has long been a pioneer in renewable technologies, in particular, solar power. But blazing a trail and staying on it are two different things.

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| January 2012
MISO, a regional transmission organization, approved its Transmission Expansion Plan 2011 (MTEP11), a comprehensive, long-term regional plan for the electric grid that will b

| January 2012
As the world embraces mobile technology, so does its work force, and it makes sense that businesses would want to embrace mobile, too.

| January 2012
The World Health Organization states that 2.4 million people die annually from various types of lung conditions that can be attributed, at least in part, to air quality.

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