Even as hard-hit areas of two of the country’s most developed regions push for normalcy after back-to-back hurricanes in early September, policymakers and construction industry experts are weighing the longer-term implications of the damage in Houston, Florida and the Caribbean from Harvey and Irma—and how and whether infrastructure resiliency can be accelerated and how that will affect coastal development.
The U.S. Navy’s four public shipyards have accumulated nearly $5 billion worth of deferred maintenance and restoration projects that could take as long as 19 years to rectify, according to a recently published U.S. Government Accountability Office report.
Veteran corporate executive Luis M. Ramirez began a new role on Sept. 12 as general manager and CEO of the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, despite controversy over his lack of public transit management experience and financial scrutiny of Global Power Equipment Group, an engineer and manufacturer of which he was CEO until 2015.
This webinar will discuss the biggest opportunities, and risks, ahead for firms and employees in the construction sector, and how key groups are strategizing for the changes they welcome or fear. Industry experts from different sides of the debate weigh in on what’s ahead.
Construction sector experts weigh in on how the second 100 days of the Trump administration will affect the construction industry. During this webinar, our panelists will discuss the outlook of issues such as tax reform, immigration rule changes, the long-awaited infrastructure investment plan, & more!
As of September 23, 2017, OSHA will begin to enforce the new ruling with employers to limit employee exposure to crystalline silica dust to 50 μg/m3 or lower, averaged over an 8-hour day. During this webinar, we will cover what the OSHA regulation addresses and why it’s important, as well as resources to help you start to address compliance.
Re-broadcasted On Demand from Groundbreaking Women in Construction (GWIC) 2017!
One of the highest ranking women executives in the multi-billion dollar engineer-contractor Parsons Corp., and a rising star in government contracting circles, Carey Smith shares an “inside the beltway” view for firms and women professionals in 2017—and beyond.