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2022’s Biggest Construction Conferences

Many in-person industry events are back on this year. Here is the full rundown. While the COVID-19 omicron variant continues to spread, with vaccinations and booster shots available, many in-person conventions are back on for this year. Read on for a list of

Playground Project Moves Forward, Seeks Volunteers

WARREN — A disk swing, castle-style playscape, swings, slides, benches, stand-up spinner and more will soon welcome adventurous children at the Academy of Warren, or AOW, located at 13943 E. Eight Mile Road. School officials are in the process of building a

State and Municipal Agencies Expand Use of Cloud Construction Oversight

As state agencies wait on a possible infrastructure bill from the Biden administration, many are better prepared than they were a decade ago to manage hundreds of billions of dollars in new work. The Federal Highway Administration incentivized state DOTs to

8 Construction Industry Trends to Watch in 2021

2020 has been undeniably a devastating year for everyone and every field.  The lockdowns, quarantines, social distancing, and the casualties caused by the virus has shaken humanity beyond imagination. Although the construction sector faced a significantly

Why Precast Concrete is an Appealing Choice for Student Housing

When it comes to designing and building new student housing, speed is typically of the essence as colleges and universities are eager to get those beds online as quickly as possible. For schools in regions with inclement winter weather, speed takes on

K-12 Sector Adjusting to ‘New Priorities’

K-12 schools in Mississippi began reopening in late July. By August 13, 39 counties—half of that state’s total—had schools reporting positive coronavirus cases that included 109 teachers and 69 students. More than 250 teachers and staff and 489 students

Envisioning Libraries as Community Hubs

WHAT MAKES THE ROLE OF LIBRARIES UNIQUE DURING THIS TIME OF SOCIAL DISTANCING? Libraries always have been asked to do a great deal to serve the public and a wide variety of people—from balancing traditional print media with high-tech services, to serving as

Colleges Learn How to Suppress Coronavirus: Extensive Testing

In rural Iowa, just one of the 875 students on Cornell College’s campus has tested positive for the coronavirus this semester. At Amherst College in Massachusetts, the number of undergraduate virus cases has been a bit higher: three. And Colby College’s