Demolition OK'd for Flats plan
This article is by Stan Bullard, editor of Crain's Cleveland Business.
The massive, two-story building has almost 2.5 acres under roof. It originally housed a lumber yard."
OSHA Releases Free Silica Compliance Tools for Contractors
This article was written by editor Kim Slowey of Construction Dive.
In an effort to help contractors comply with its new Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard for Construction, OSHA has released instructional videos and other free educational materials about the topic."
OSHA Seeks Nominations for Construction Advisory Committee
As published on the webpage of Occupational Health and Safety.
Members generally serve staggered two-year terms. OSHA seeks nominations for 14 new members in the following categories..."
Kent State Selects Signet Real Estate Group to Design new Business Administration Building
Article written by Rachel Abbey McCafferty, Crain's Cleveland Business.
Plans for the business administration building are expected to follow what the university is calling a P4 model, which adds the idea of philanthropy to a public-private partnership approach."
The Economic Impact of Construction in the United States and Ohio
This data report was put together by Ken Simonson, Chief Economist, AGC of America.
AGC has compiled data on the role of the construction in the economy and employment in the United States."
Region's Younger Generation is Ready to Help Attract Talent: A Personal View
This article in Crain's Cleveland Business is by Andrew Stelzer, Matthew Bolden and Peter Zahirsky.
A plan designed to speak to younger talent can only be successful if younger generations are actively involved in the plan's creation."
Seven Successful Entrepreneurs Share Their Best Business Tips
By Alison Coleman a Contributing Editor for Forbes.
...valuable learning points and light bulb moments also make useful tips and advice that can be passed on to help other new entrepreneurs as they embark on their business ventures."
How to Enact a More 'Quality' Jobsite Quality Control Program
By Kim Slowey, Contributing Editor of Construction Dive.
When construction companies don’t pay attention to quality, a project may end very badly... The benefits of a written quality control program are hard to deny."
The Future is Women
This article is by Crain's Cleveland Business' reporter, Judy Stringer.
The number of women-owned firms continues on an upward trajectory."
Wall & Ceiling Contractors Promote National Alliance
The Signatory Wall and Ceiling Contractors Alliance (SWACCA) was incorporated in 2015 by nine contractors who, with the support of their regional associations, identified the need for an independent, national organization to exclusively represent the unique interests of union signatory wall and ceiling contractors. Its mission is to...