How Software Can Help Construction Companies Operate More Efficiently

Whether you’re looking to begin using software for the first time or update your current system, here are some ways that software can help improve your company in 2018:

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Common Animal and Insect Hazards in Construction Work

[guest post] The reality is that construction workers, who already face hundreds of hazards just by working in the industry, are also often at risk for becoming injured or ill due to contact with wildlife. 

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Summer Dangers on Construction Sites

[guest post] Spring is here and before we know it, summer will follow. In both seasons, weather conditions can present dangers to construction workers. Without education and preparation, workers may find that they are seriously ill or injured during work. 

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Is Climate Affecting The Construction Industry?

The following is a guest post written by Laurence Banville, Esq.

With much talk about climate change both politically and socially, citizens and the business world have started to calculate the way in which climate change will alter how we live and work. In the past, the construction industry has made a number of speculations about how it would change as the planet gets warmer, however, changes have only started coming in light of the rising temperatures and their effects on the industry.

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Frequently Overlooked Winter Hazards for Construction

The following is a guest post written by Laurence Banville, Esq.

Winter is here and with it comes dangerous situations that construction workers don’t have to worry about during warmer weather. Nearly everyone is aware that construction workers should dress warmly in order to prevent medical conditions like frostbite and hypothermia, but what are some of the frequently overlooked risks associated with winter weather?

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Is The Construction Law Landscape Changing?

The following is a guest post written by Laurence Banville, Esq.

Construction is on the rise again, especially in the Northeast region of the U.S. The attractive landscapes of Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and New York are drawing people back to the east coast. People are finding that they can get that country home feel with metropolitan access, and most are building new homes and businesses in these states for that very reason. Of course, with new and increased construction comes new and increased personal injury cases. Newer technology and methods of construction are also changing the frequency and types of injuries too. All those changes seem to be changing construction law practice.

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