September Issue 2008

 

Even before the housing market went into its downturn, residential work was problematic...


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| September 2008
In 1972, the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) recommended a light level of 70 foot-candles (fc) for typical tasks in open offices, which was typicall

| September 2008
When a subcontractor is not paid, the first questions asked are, “Who is a friend? Who is an enemy?” Do you sue everyone, or do you join forces?

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| September 2008
Accent Energy, a Dublin, Ohio-based energy supplier, has developed a new program that actually pays customers for using less energy.

| September 2008
Electrical contractors field calls daily in response to their customer’s electrical needs.

| September 2008
Certain changes to the National electrical Code (NEC) take more than a single cycle to accomplish due to the complexity of the issues, changes that may involve more than one N

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