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Only Eight States Top February Peak in Construction Employment Despite Gains

Only eight states and Washington, D.C., have recouped the severe pandemic-induced losses of construction jobs that occurred last spring, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of recent government employment data. Association officials warned that job … Continue reading

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Architectural Billings Slowdown Moderated in September

A slight improvement in business conditions has led to fewer architecture firms reporting declining billings, according to a new report today from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). AIA’s ABI score for September was 47.0 compared to 40.0 in August … Continue reading

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Rhyno Glass Hires New Senior Estimator

Rhyno Glass, a Florida contractor specializing in high-end interior and exterior commercial glazing, has hired Mark Burrows as senior estimator. In his new position, Burrows will help manage and grow Rhyno’s large contract division, focusing on new construction of unique … Continue reading

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glasstec VIRTUAL Open Through Thursday

glasstec VIRTUAL has begun and it’s not too late to register for free to attend the show, which runs through Thursday, October 22. “The course we have charted is important to the industry these days. With glasstec VIRTUAL we offer … Continue reading

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MyGlassTruck Makes Donation to Fight Breast Cancer

Breast cancer doesn’t sleep during a pandemic, but neither does the MyGlassTruck Campaign to Fight Breast Cancer. Since September 2011, MyGlassTruck has donated a portion of the cost of every glass rack, truck body or trailer it sells to its … Continue reading

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