Marketing researchers call it "the green gap" — the difference between the universe of consumers who say they care about conservation and protecting the environment and the universe of those who act on those values when making purchases. Following the onset of the...
A new report from human resources services provider TriNet shows construction salaries nationwide averaged $45,417 for the first quarter of 2014 — $16 less than 2013. According to the report, construction workers in Florida...
Construction materials prices were unchanged in August but are 1.7 percent higher than this time last year, according to a Sept. 16 producer price index (PPI) release by the Department of Labor. Inputs to nonresidential construction, which...
As the nonresidential construction markets are starting to show some life, the American Institute of Architects' Construction Consensus Forecast is starting to look like it was on target. Its projections, released early this year,...
Demand for the LEED Accredited Professional and LEED Green Associate credentials grew 46 percent over a 12-month period, according to the U.S. Green Building Council. The study found a total of 9,033 U.S. job postings from March 2013 to February 2014 that required a LEED...
The cloud has long been discussed in the construction industry, as a way to implement technology that provides immediate access to project information and the most updated documents. For one condominium project, the use of the cloud proved to be successful.
A construction site is a notoriously dangerous place to work. While we're all too aware of the physical dangers and accidents that can occur, it's often the little things that can make your staff unhappy. In such a labor-intensive sector, it's important to keep your employee...
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