Suicide Prevention and the Construction Industry: Why It’s So Important

A recent report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention points to the construction industry and its high rate of suicides among workers. Various professional industry groups around the country are urging contractors and managers to implement suicide prevention measures. While taking preventive measures to help employees assists not only those persons but […]

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The 8 Documents Every Construction Project Needs

Having the right documentation when performing a construction project is important to provide legal protection for both the contractor and client. For contractors who are already licensed, advance planning can make relicensure easier. Learn by reading further about the documents that are essential for every contractor. Just as being prepared is important, choosing preapproved continuing […]

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How to Become a Licensed Contractor in Massachusetts

To do work as a contractor in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, you need to be properly licensed. For the new construction of residential housing designated for one or two families, a restricted construction supervisor license is required. For projects consisting of 35,000 cubic feet of living space or less, an unrestricted construction supervisor license is […]

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How to Become a Licensed Contractor in Oregon

The Oregon housing market saw an increase in apartment building construction and more demand for single-family houses than were available on the market in 2016. With the increase in baby boomers retiring and wanting to move to the coast and millennials wanting to purchase homes, this might be a good time to get licensed as […]

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