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January 2019 — Industry Events  

Don’t Miss Out on the 2020 AGC Awards Season

October 2019 — Top News It’s awards season at AGC of America, and time is running out to submit your application. Whether you’re a safety professional, a member of a student chapter, or a construction innovator, there’s an awards program for you.   The application deadline for the Build America Awards, AGC in the Community […]

McNaughton adds training, skills development to duties

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford has announced changes to the responsibilities of three ministers with a realignment of the former Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and the Ministry of Labour. Under the changes, announced Oct. 21, Monte McNaughton adds training and skills development to his portfolio to become minister of labour, training and skills […]

Remodeling Market Expected to Stall in 2020

Annual gains in homeowner spending for improvements and repairs are set to give out by the second half of next year, according to the Leading Indicator of Remodeling Activity (LIRA) released by the Remodeling Futures Program at the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University. 

71% of Instagram Influencers Don’t Call Themselves That

If you’re struggling to spot Instagram influencers for your influencer marketing campaigns, then it’s time to change your approach. This is because most influencers have had it with the term ‘influencers’. Creator or Influencer? According to The 2019 Influencer Survey, 71% of Instagram influencers don’t actually call themselves influencers. Only 29% of Instagram celebrities give […]

Making Sense of Sensors

With a comprehensive strategy, data provided by workspace sensors helps ensure facility space assets are leveraged to their full potential. – Read: Making Sense of Sensors at FacilityExecutive.com.

Work on Mountain Valley Pipeline Ceases

The Mountain Valley Pipeline project has lost three important sets of permits, bringing construction to a halt. The permits were suspended in connection with the project’s impact on the environment, according to reports.

Efficient material design, low-carbon concrete are critical to cutting GHG emissions in construction

Efficient material design and the use of low-carbon concrete are crucial to efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) during the construction process, according to a report from C40 Cities, Arup, and the University of Leeds.

Arkema Starts Up New U.S. Acrylic Acid Reactor

This new reactor replaces two decommissioned reactors of 45,000 tons each.

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