Lack of Skilled Labor, Rising Age of Workers Contribute to Increasing Worldwide Construction Costs
Four of the ten most expensive cities in which to construct buildings are in the United States, including the most expensive. Have a guess as to where it is? Construction around the world has become more expensive following the COVID-19 pandemic. Various factors contribute to the rising construction costs in cities, including the availability of […][continue reading...]
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Protecting lien rights is often an afterthought, an unfortunate reality seeing as how oftentimes it’s too late to seek relief amid payment discrepancies on a ...
By Ellen RogersSafe and Sunny in Florida
There’s a first time for everything; for me, that was a visit to Florida’s panhandle last week. Florida in January is pretty much always a good idea, especially when it’s cold and snowy at home. My reason for the trip was to get the scoop on all that’s happening within the technical realm of the […]
by Helen Sanders
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Looking at the energy performance of building envelopes through a life-safety lens fundamentally changes the conversation about energy cost payback and could drive more stringent fenestration performance requirements. Conversations linking life safety with the stringency of building envelope requirements in energy codes are starting at the governmental level. A new study commissioned by the U.S.