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Contributing editor Ted Cushman reports on the construction industry from Hartland, Vt.
U.S. building codes do not formally recognize all the lumber currently circulating in the U.S. market.
In the north, the sun can offer free heat; in southern climates, the sun's heat is a load to be minimized.
In New York City, balconies and parapets now require continuous insulation. Here's how one architect is tackling that tricky detail.
[Updated] As states restart, construction companies have an influence on the reputation of the entire industry. In the near future this might determine if they remain an essential workforce.
When the next big storm makes landfall, how will emergency shelters accommodate social distancing?