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Weekly Roundup: Private construction spending hike, construction job rise, & more

Weekly Roundup: Private construction spending hike, construction job rise, & more

June 3, 2019

This week on Construction Insider: Private nonresident construction index up by 11%, Southwest states lead increase in construction jobs, construction of US border wall blocked

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Top 10 Challenges Construction Material Suppliers Face

Top 10 Challenges Construction Material Suppliers Face

May 30, 2019

Material suppliers are the unsung heroes of the construction industry. Without the correct resources arriving in the correct location at the correct time, no building or bridge or highway will ever be constructed. As one of the most important participants in any construction project, building suppliers have to provide the correct resources in the exact measure and kind and deliver them at the right time in order for a project to run according to schedule. Construction projects however do not always go as smoothly as planned. Issues often crop up, and these issues make it more challenging for material suppliers to do their job.

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Weekly Roundup: Lifted steel tariffs, rising trend in construction cost, & more

Weekly Roundup: Lifted steel tariffs, rising trend in construction cost, & more

May 28, 2019

This week on Supplier Insider: US to lift tariffs on steel and aluminum from Canada and Mexico, US construction cost continues to climb, lumber export to China faces tariff increase

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Weekly Roundup: OSHA rule change, Orlando rail expansion, & more

Weekly Roundup: OSHA rule change, Orlando rail expansion, & more

May 28, 2019

This week on Contractor Insider: OSHA rule change to benefit contractors, FRA nixes funding for California high-speed rail project, Orlando-Florida rail expansion contractors announced

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Weekly Roundup: BUILDS Act, construction starts value decline, & more

Weekly Roundup: BUILDS Act, construction starts value decline, & more

May 27, 2019

This week on Construction Insider: Construction training bill returns to US Senate, construction starts value suffers in April, construction robot market projected to reach $226M revenue by 2025

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Why Are Payment Issues Persistent in the Construction Industry?

Why Are Payment Issues Persistent in the Construction Industry?

May 24, 2019

The construction industry is known to be one of the most difficult industries to partake in, especially for contractors, subcontractors, and other industry players that need to get paid in full and on time. Construction delays and payment disputes have become quite the norm in the industry, and if you’re a constructional professional — chances are you know fully well how common these disputes are.

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Weekly Roundup: Contractor demand for US port projects, construction job rise, & more

Weekly Roundup: Contractor demand for US port projects, construction job rise, & more

May 21, 2019

This week on Contractor Insider: Contractors in demand for US port projects with Panama Canal expansion, construction jobs up 3.5%, builder confidence in single-family house improved

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Weekly Roundup: Mass timber’s positive outlook, US Steel’s $1B investment, & more

Weekly Roundup: Mass timber’s positive outlook, US Steel’s $1B investment, & more

May 21, 2019

This week on Supplier Insider: Mass timber gains traction, US Steel reveals plans for $1B Western Pennsylvania facilities upgrade, Softwood lumber prices improve

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Weekly Roundup: DOE fund for construction tech, Pelosi on infrastructure plan, & more

Weekly Roundup: DOE fund for construction tech, Pelosi on infrastructure plan, & more

May 20, 2019

This week on Construction Insider: DOE set $33.5M fund for construction tech research, Pelosi confident about US infrastructure plan,12 companies chosen to bid for task orders for construction of US-Mexico border

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