Property lenders shouldn’t invest for 30 years in most of Florida, expert warns

In 30 years, climate change is going to make much of Florida too risky for real estate lenders, according to a senior fellow at the Woods Hole Research Center and former partner and director of investment research at Wellington Management.

PennDOT’s pilot to pave rural roads with recycled asphalt fails

Screen shot of Egypt Road from WNEP video. One year ago, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) initiated a pilot program, paving rural roads using recycled asphalt, but the process failed and needs to be done again at a cost to taxpayers of $400,000, WNEP reports. Egypt Road near Honesdale has patches of road that […]

College preparatory school opens new student labs made from shipping containers

Maclay School, a Tallahassee-based college preparatory school, has unveiled three new student labs made from refurbished shipping containers. The three labs, combined with a shared courtyard and gardens designed to foster collaboration, are collectively known as the Beck Family Research Center (BFRC).

Ethiopia rations electricity as water falls behind major new dam

A depletion of the reservoir behind a major new hydropower dam in Ethiopia has prompted …

Parliament Hill excavation uncovers pre-Confederation military complex

    As reported on CBC News, buried beneath the flowers, trees and statues dotting the grounds of Parliament Hill are the remnants of a military complex that predates both Confederation and the founding of Ottawa. An archeology team has been working since April to unearth the ruins of the complex as part of the ongoing […]

SoCal’s oldest GC bounds into second century

On May 13, C.W. Driver, in partnership with Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, broke ground on the Kinesiology and Athletics Complex at Orange Coast College, a $36 million, 88,000-sf building within an Education sector that typically accounts for more than half of this Pasadena, Calif.-based general contractor’s annual revenue.

How to Find Out What Taxes Your Small Business Owes Each Year

What kinds of taxes does a small business have to pay every year? When you start a small business, you might hear a lot about all the tax breaks you’ll get. While there are tax breaks for businesses, it’s also important to know about all the taxes you’ll be responsible for each year. Here’s an […]

Maintain color-consistency in dyes and pigments

Looking to maintain color-consistency in dyes/pigments? Introducing the next generation of portable sphere spectrophotometers, the CM-26d.

Secrets of Succeeding as a Woman in Silicon Valley – and in Business in General – Revealed

Want to succeed as a woman in Silicon Valley? You’ll fins it the toughest business environment in world. On the Small Business Radio Show this week, Julian Guthrie dives into stories of women in Silicon Valley. These stories show women successfully navigating interactions with their predominately male colleagues. Guthrie spent twenty years at the San […]

OSHA Exploring Possible Update to Lockout/Tagout Standard

OSHA The lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedure has been one of the critical elements of electrical safety training on construction sites for a decade.  Generally, it’s pretty simple: if you need to work on an energized circuit or piece of equipment, shut down the breaker, put a lock on it so no one can turn it back […]

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