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The founder and president of NterNow, a secure, keyless entry system that allows buyers to call in or use a mobile app to gain access to homes within a community, was recently honored for her contributions toward creating a safer work environment for home building industry professionals.
The ability to be near family but remain independent is a key feature of the award-winning 55-plus community of Sagewood at Daybreak, Utah’s largest master-planned community. And it makes good business sense too, especially in an area where culturally, family is a big deal, say the community’s developers. The first senior living residence built in […]
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) on Monday issued a final rule that clarifies an employer’s continuing obligation to make and maintain an accurate record of each recordable injury and illness. The final rule becomes effective Jan. 18, 2017.
Entries from all around the world were submitted, showcasing the global home building industry’s most innovative products and services. Judges have selected five finalists, from which one will be named the award recipient during the 2017 International Builders’ Show.
Approaching lenders for financing can be stressful. Here are five useful tips to keep in mind that may help make it a little easier.
The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) recently cited and fined an Ohio company more than $270,000 after a 33-year-old employee was crushed to death in June. He is one of 23 workers killed, and 12 injured in trench collapses this year.
The U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) has issued a final rule that updates its 44-year- old general industry Walking-Working Surfaces standard, created to better protect workers from slip, trip and fall hazards. According to OSHA, the rule aligns the fall protection requirements for general industry with those for construction that will make compliance easier for those companies who perform […]
The International Builders’ Show has a lot to offer the under-40 crowd. If you’re a young professional or a student headed toward a career in the construction industry, and thinking about making your way to Orlando in January, here’s a snapshot of what’s in it for you.