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I preach endlessly about job-site safety and the importance of regular safety inspections.
I thought I'd celebrate JLC's 25th anniversary by writing about legal issues that have been bothering me — and probably you — for the past 25 years. Someone else might have a different list of complaints, but hey, it's my column, so here's mine.
From the editor; permeance of foam in unvented attics; electrical red flag; immigration
As the single-family housing market began to tank last year, many developers expected construction costs for apartments to drop.
Owners of low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) properties would have new options for estimating tenant utility costs under a set of proposed regulations being weighed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
New fact sheet on Hispanic immigrants; loyal clients help umberyard rally after fire; worker injured in scaffold accident; more
By setting up a company safety program, you can prevent injuries, improve efficiency, and maybe even save money.
Job-site danger; spray foam in cathedral ceilings; using stainless with ACQ; more
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The question and consequence of outsourcing in the lighting industry-not just abroad, but domestically-recently took on a new character with the strike of IBEW Local 3's Fixture Division on November 8, 2004. According to the New York City Central Labor Council's website, this is the Fixture...
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