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The 2015 hurricane season is forecast to be a weak one — but it has already seen its first storm.
A multifamily project in frigid Maine shoots to meet a tough standard for energy efficiency.
Builders in Bethesda, Maryland didn’t like it when a local news outlet called what they do “mansionization.”
Twenty-nine high-rise condo owners on Miami’s Brickell Avenue will have to move out while defective Chinese-made drywall is removed.
As promised, FEMA has begun to offer homeowners a second chance to have their Hurricane Sandy flood insurance claims evaluated.
JLC visits the job site on Peaks Island, Maine, to see carpenters apply a rain-screen siding system over foil-faced insulating sheathing as part of an energy-efficient gut/rehab project.
Texas trial lawyer Steve Mostyn says a Travelers subsidiary, Standard Fire Insurance, sat on controversial files for a year after a federal judge ordered the documents disclosed.
Less than half an air change per hour at minus fifty Pascals … yep, that’s pretty good. Especially for an old summer house.
A worker installing drain lines in a trench died in May when the earth caved in and buried him.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, taking ownership of widespread claims adjustment problems in the National Flood Insurance Program, will offer to re-open any flood insurance claim stemming from Hurricane Sandy, a New Jersey Congressman reports.
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