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  • Workers Injured, Killed In Trench Collapses

    Unrelated incidents involving collapsed excavations have critically injured one construction worker in Lincoln, Nebraska, and killed a worker in Corpus Christi, Texas.

  • Breaking Through the Language Barrier

    Going back to school to learn Spanish can pay big dividends in the field

  • Helper on Home Remodeling Project Sues Supervisor over Stairway Collapse

    Texas lawsuit faults co-worker for failing to provide a safe workplace, inadequate supervision.

  • Illuminated Ingenuity

    An ingenious (and economical) combo of glass and light transforms Austin, Texas's AMOA-Arthouse at the Jones Center.

  • Texas High Court Limits Open Beaches Law

  • State Farm Pulls Back In Texas

  • Jules Horton

    If one were to ask what Jules Horton contributed to the lighting design profession, it would have to be that he believed in lighting design and its future as a recognized profession.

  • Installing a Split Column

    During a recent remodeling project in Houston, we demolished a structurally defective balcony that had been supporting the corner of a roof. In its place we installed an 18 1/2-foot-long 4x4 steel post that extends from the soffit down to ground level.

  • Edison Price

    It is telling that Edison Price's trademark downlights and accent lights illuminate many of the world's great works of art. The inventor-engineer-designer is regarded today as somewhat of an old master himself. And like Rembrandt and Hals, he was among the first modern practitioners of his craft...

  • The New Normal, part 2

    Can urban, multifamily rentals drive the economy forward?