Companies in the construction industry are lucky. They have the ability to secure extensions of labor and/or material on credit built directly into the law and without the need to get approval from any other party. Companies in other...
The Texas Association of Builders relies on the leadership of our members to provide expertise and experience on the issues and challenges facing our industry. As such, all members of the association are invited to indicate their interest in serving on the various committees...
Environmentalists have long opposed the use of Styrofoam in the food service sector, going as far as banning it in cities like New York. But the virtually-indestructible material may be cropping up in a much bigger way in the coming years. And, as contradictory as it sounds,...
With a growing number of residential construction workers dying from fatal falls in recent years, the federal government has started requiring fall protection even for one- and two-story buildings as part of an initiative to address problems on residential construction sites. However,...
The Home Builders Association of Greater Austin is unhappy with plans by the city to clarify the use of the Small Lot Amnesty Infill Tool on so-called "substandard" or smaller lots. The Small Lot Amnesty Infill Tool dates back to 2000...
In November, Texas voters will decide on more than just a new governor. In addition to voting for representatives, voters throughout the state will say yes or no to Proposition 1, which could provide more than $1 billion in additional roadway funding, statewide.
Local and state leaders are spreading the word that approval of a constitutional amendment in the upcoming November election is critical for the future of transportation in the state and Montgomery County. Mobility and Proposition 1, which will appear on the Nov. 4 ballot,...
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