January 2012: The Construction Outlook

 

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

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


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January 2012
Common household lamps (light bulbs) now carry uniform labeling to facilitate educated decisions focusing on light output and energy costs, not watts, helping consumers trans READ MORE
January 2012
At a recent workshop that I was teaching, a question was asked about how the grounded conductor was to be installed and used when routed from the outside utility transformer READ MORE
January 2012
Table 310.15(B)(16) (formerly Table 310.16) in the National Electrical Code (NEC) provides allowable (or maximum) ampacities for insulated conductors rated up to and includin READ MORE
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. READ MORE
January 2012
The electrical contractor’s energy services goal should be to develop a comprehensive plan to help its customers identify and achieve their electricity-reduction and sustaina READ MORE

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