What the Decreased Labor Force Means for the Construction Sector

October 15, 2018

The construction unemployment rate currently sits at 5.2 percent, which is low; however, the construction labor force has stalled ...

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How the Food & Beverage Sector Can Adapt to the Rise of E-Commerce

October 8, 2018

The role of e-commerce is growing even in the food and beverage sector, and the only thing that can ...

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7 Home Improvement Projects That Shouldn’t be DIY

September 24, 2018

In this day and age, with Pinterest and YouTube tutorials, attempting to Do-It-Yourself is pretty common. People want to ...

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When Can Your Construction Site Be Liable for Third-Party Claims?

September 17, 2018

Liability insurance for construction workers is a necessity, especially when it comes down to third-party claims. Third-party claims happen ...

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Installation Floaters, Explained

September 10, 2018

Over one trillion is spent on creating structures, and it’s a given that both builder’s risk coverage and installation ...

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5 Things that Every Homeowner Should Know How to Do

August 27, 2018

Wear and tear happens, and it’s just something that we have to accept as a part of life. And ...

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Breaking Down the Builder’s Risk Policy

August 20, 2018

With construction such a staple in the American economy, insurance for construction projects is a necessity.  There are two ...

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The Most Common Causes of Injury on Construction Projects

August 13, 2018

Construction is a very dangerous field: there was a total of 5,190 fatal work injuries recorded in 2016, according ...

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A Guide to Home Ownership for the Young Adult

July 16, 2018

There are a lot of millennials out there. There’s 90 million, to be exact—with over 20 million owning a ...

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The Right Gear for Safe Summer Construction

July 9, 2018

All around the nation, people have been experiencing sweltering heat over the past week. As a construction worker, it’s ...

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