One of the most popular sessions of the International Builders’ Show returns for IBS 2017 with an all new lineup of featured guests and future trends.
Dean McKenzie, the new director of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Directorate of Construction will address the NAHB Construction Safety and Health Committee at the 2017 International Builders’ Show.
A number of temporary tax provisions, or tax extenders, are set to expire this month, and it appears unlikely that Congress will renew them. They include energy tax incentives used by builders, as well as home owner tax benefits including the deduction for mortgage insurance premiums.
We’ve told you about preparations for NAHB’s 75th anniversary and how we hope our state and local HBAs will join in the fun. But those of you who have been “around the block” once or twice might recall celebrating the last important milestone: NAHB’s 50th anniversary celebration in 1992.
The House today passed the 21st Century Cures Act, a comprehensive health care package that includes NAHB-supported legislation that would allow home building firms and other small businesses to provide Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) to help their employees with rising health care costs.
Headed to the International Builders’ Show in Orlando with friends or family and looking for things to do, but don’t necessarily want to spend all day standing in long theme park lines? Well, you’re in luck: Although Orlando is widely known as the theme park capital of the world, there is so much more to do in O-town besides going to one of the theme parks.
Based on recent news releases pushed out by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), framing and roofing companies (especially those that have already been cited and/or fined) should be increasingly diligent about following safety and health regulations. OSHA’s enforcement of fall protection violations seems to have picked up at the recent renewal of its Region-Wide […]