When construction is a ploy against tenants – amNYBy insightbuilds / March 29, 2017
amNYWhen construction is a ploy against tenants
New Yorkers are no strangers to the noise and inconvenience of construction. However, many tenants in the city face construction that is threatening and dangerous beyond the norm: construction as harassment. Some landlords use aggressive, disruptive …
Construction expo attendees upbeat about future of building, design – Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)By insightbuilds / March 22, 2017
Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)Construction expo attendees upbeat about future of building, design
Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription)
Discount Industrial Supply Corp. showed off its wares at the West Virginia Construction & Design Expo on Wednesday. Nearly 350 exhibitors filled the Charleston Civic Center, along with 4,500 total participants, according to show manager Cassidy Webb.
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Traveling north? Construction – Shelbyville Daily UnionBy insightbuilds / March 16, 2017Traveling north? Construction
Shelbyville Daily Union
Speeding in a construction zone fines start at $375. A Move-Over Law reminder…..The Move Over Law applies to police, fire, ambulance, ROAD CONSTRUCTION, tow trucks, and civilians on the side of the roadway with their emergency lights activated.
Pre-construction hearing on Southern Beltway project set for Thursday – Pittsburgh Post-GazetteBy insightbuilds / March 9, 2017
Pittsburgh Post-GazettePre-construction hearing on Southern Beltway project set for Thursday
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission will hold a pre-construction meeting Thursday evening for the next section of the Southern Beltway on the Washington-Allegheny County border. Contractor Joseph B. Fay Co. expects to begin work on the 3.2-mile …
January US construction spending falls 1%, well below Wall Street estimates – CNBCBy insightbuilds / March 1, 2017
CNBCJanuary US construction spending falls 1%, well below Wall Street estimates
The Commerce Department said on Wednesday that construction spending declined 1.0 percent to $1.18 trillion. Construction spending in December was revised to show a 0.1 percent increase rather than the previously reported 0.2 percent decline.
US construction spending drops 1 percent in January
Construction spending, led by public works, falls in January
Residential Construction Spending Remains Flat
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