Construction Safety and OSHA’s Fatal Four – Avoiding Electrocution Hazards

Electrocution has been a serious construction hazard for a very long time on construction work sites. According to OSHA, five percent of all construction deaths are attributable to electrocution. The most significant problem site supervisors have with preventing electrocution deaths is that electricity can be introduced to a work site in many different ways. It […]

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Is There a Difference Between LEED Certified Building and Green Building?

The construction industry has become exceptionally environmentally conscious over the past couple of decades, and with good reason. Paying attention to environmental concerns helps construction companies to build stronger buildings, reduce costs, and create structures that are healthier for people to live in. A building that is environmentally friendly is going to have a higher […]

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How to Buy Building Materials and Save Money

Every construction job has costs for material and labor. The lower a contractor can keep those costs, the more profit each job will generate. Negotiating good materials prices is just as important as having the right tools for the job, and that is why every contractor should focus on ways to get building materials at […]

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4 Reasons Contractors Love Drones

There was a time, not too long ago, when construction companies avoided new technology at all costs. If it was an effective way to do things 20 years ago, then there was no reason to change it. However, in recent years, construction company owners have started to show an appreciation for emerging technology and one […]

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