The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
Codes and Standards
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Costs including impact fees, building permits, utility hookups, and stormwater regulations.
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One example: Gilbane encourages safety harnesses for all working above 6 feet.
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Focus is on equity, resilience, and climate protection.
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Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato has already secured 49 indictments involving Sandy-related fraud, and there are another 50 active investigations.
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The commissioner says Tornado Alley has not updated building codes in line with new technology and building practices known to make structures more resilient to high winds.
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Wood-based products that are RPP-certified are eligible to receive points toward a National Green Building Standard Certified Home.
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The governor’s office said in a statement that the action is being taken due to the expectation of more frequent and severe weather events as a result of global warming.
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Employers should consider providing workers with hats outfitted with mosquito netting to protect the face and neck.
The living room of Arthur Casas’ “House of Tomorrow.” Rendering courtesy AIA.
The house will consist of prefabricated modules for rooms and living spaces.
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If voters approve, utilities would have to continue to give solar customers a one-to-one credit for most of the excess power they send to the grid.