The construction industry in Washington state is not ready to meet a new rule that will require some 10,000 cranes there to be inspected and certified by a licensed inspector by Jan. 1.
"Crane operators have been busy," says Hector Castro, a spokesman for the state's Dept. of Labor & Industries. "The lag has been with the cranes themselves."
After dramatic personal loss, policy makers and construction experts weigh the longer-term implications of the hurricane damage in Houston, Florida and the Caribbean. Can resiliency be accelerated?
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