The stories that got ForConstructionPros.com readers’ attention this week include low-cost check-in technology that helps contractors control the spread of COVID-19 on job sites.
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July 24, 2020
The stories that got ForConstructionPros.com readers’ attention this week include low-cost check-in technology that helps contractors control the spread of COVID-19 on job sites to examining and combating the primary reasons companies lose good employees.
Although all sectors saw significant sales impacts from the pandemic, the construction equipment division also saw orders rise 11% in the quarter
The report, titled Crane Operator Evaluation: How are employers responding to OSHA’s new requirement?, is the result of a study undertaken by the NCCCO Foundation
Premier Structures and Peacock Construction rely on touchless app for employee and job site health, safety, compliance, and cost savings
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health opens an investigation into COVID-19 cases on the Turner-AECOM Hunt site
The new best practice, CSDA-BP-026 Operating in GPR Scanned Slabs, was developed with input from GPR contractors, manufacturers, concrete cutting contractors and specifiers
Ameripolish’s SmartFloor Refinement System uses composite resin abrasives technology for polished concrete floors with high DOI
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The annual national survey – What Do Americans Think about Federal Tax Options to Support Transportation? – now in its 11th year, also found that only 3% of respondents knew that Congress had not raised the rate of the federal gas tax since 1993
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WOC officials give an update on plans for the commercial construction industry’s largest trade show