As of June 2011, Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures 14th Edition is no longer on the PSI list of Reference Materials for the NC Building Contractor Exam. It has been replaced by the 15th Edition , known as Design and Control of Concrete Mitxures 2010, ISBN 0893122173. The bulk of… Continue reading
The National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) has just released the NEW Contractor Guide to Business Law and Project Management Basic 9th Edition, as of July 8, 2011. Currently PSI Testing Center is calling for the Basic 8th Edition, but as always “except for code books” newer editions can be referenced as they… Continue reading
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The 2010 Construction Outlook is the industry’s highly respected and most closely watched outlook for the year ahead. Get a first-hand view of industry trends and the economic forecast that will affect the construction industry in 2010. This Conference will give you the vital information you need to plan for business success in the year 2010 and beyond.
Changing market conditions have led to changes and adaptations in the surety market. This article updates bankers and lenders on the current situation and trends within that constellation of financial organizations writing bonds for the construction industry.
For a fee, sureties transfer construction risk to themselves, and that is one… Continue reading
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Anyone seeking to be licensed as a general contractor in this State shall file an application for an examination on a form provided by the Board, at least 30 days before any regular or special meeting of the Board. The Board may require the applicant to pay the Board or a provider… Continue reading
The nation’s buildings and infrastructure will become more efficient, significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions and cutting energy consumption, according to a new green construction plan released Thursday by AGC. The plan outlines measures designed to stimulate demand for green construction projects, boost infrastructure capacity, and improve building efficiency and green construction practices.
The news was covered… Continue reading
Construction employment expanded in 26 states and the District of Columbia between February and March 2010, yet only Arkansas and North Dakota have more construction workers than they did a year ago according to a new analysis of federal employment figures released today by the Associated General Contractors of America. The new figures, while offering room for optimism,… Continue reading