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Increase Surety Capacity by Working with a Professional Construction CPA

Excerpt from an article from Construction Executive: Almost every contractor can improve the bottom line by working with a good construction CPA. This is equally relevant to those who are just starting out and those who have grown beyond their capacity to take care of accounting internally. Continue Reading

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Two Key Glass Employees Recognized For Lifesaving Efforts

The Tampa Police Department honored two Bradenton, Fla.-based Key Glass employees last Thursday for their life-saving efforts. Key Glass provides a comprehensive annual safety training … Continue Reading

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Metro Area Construction Underwhelming in June Year-Over-Year

Construction employment declined or remained stagnant in half of the United States’ metropolitan areas between June 2014 and June 2015, according an analysis of federal … Continue Reading

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Construction Update: Tribeca’s ‘Jenga Tower’ 56 Leonard Tops Out

Excerpt from an article from 6sqft.com: Those of us who work in the design and construction industry have a good idea of what drives a successful project. In short, we see a successful project as one that finishes on time and within the budget. Common sense dictates that the chances of achieving those results increase with team integration and cohesion. If the project owner, design team and construction team are all on the same page, regardless of project delivery method, the owner (and the other members of the team) will likely be more pleased with the outcome. Continue Reading

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Who “Owns” Legally Binding Construction Codes?

The state of Georgia has filed a lawsuit against public-domain activist Carl Malamud for publishing the state’s entire legal code online. It’s the latest legal … Continue Reading

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New Construction Down in June but Up for First Half of Year

New construction starts in June dropped 15 percent from May to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $620.2 billion, according to Dodge Data & Analytics. … Continue Reading

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Maximizing Project Success—A New Guide for Owners

Excerpt from an article from JD Supra Business Advisor: Those of us who work in the design and construction industry have a good idea of what drives a successful project. In short, we see a successful project as one that finishes on time and within the budget. Common sense dictates that the chances of achieving those results increase with team integration and cohesion. If the project owner, design team and construction team are all on the same page, regardless of project delivery method, the owner (and the other members of the team) will likely be more pleased with the outcome. Continue Reading

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Giroux Glass Again Makes LA’s “Best Places to Work” List

For the sixth time in seven years, Giroux Glass Inc. has been named one of the “Best Places to Work in Los Angeles” by the … Continue Reading

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Tallest Freestanding Crane in NYC History Arrives in Midtown at 111 W. 57th Street

Excerpt from an article from the Real Deal: The tallest freestanding crane in the city’s history is on-site at JDS Development Group and Property Markets Group’s 111 West 57th Street in Midtown. Continue Reading

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Could NYC Soon Be in the 2,000-Foot-Tall Skyscraper Era?

Excerpt from an article from the Real Deal: With the city’s recent wave of supertall skyscraper projects showing no sign of abating, it may not be long before buildings up to and exceeding 2,000 feet in height dot the skyline, according to the 220 Central Park South structural engineer Stephen DeSimone. Continue Reading

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