Last month, I attended NAHB’s midyear meeting in Miami and had the pleasure of sitting in on a presentation by Daniel Swift, president and CEO of Des Moines-based architecture group BSB Design.
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Ratepayers do not end up paying more to make up for resulting loss of revenue to power companies, according to a new study.
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OSHA is planning to issue a request for information in November to gauge the effectiveness and feasibility of adopting more noise-hazard requirements.
ReGen Villages Holding, B.V., is piloting its first 100 homes across 15,500-square-meters in the planned city of Almere in The Netherlands this summer.
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Nearly two-thirds of builders say that lot supply in their regions was low or very low in a NAHB survey.
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After the new zoning ordinance goes into effect in September, many landowners in outlying DC neighborhoods will have the right to build and rent small dwellings.
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Critics say OSHA has the power to disseminate records and data that fail to show the complete narrative of a company’s safety record.
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The total reconstruction cost value for these homes is more than $1.5 trillion.
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One of the reports said that residential solar systems deliver net benefits to ratepayers of between 1.6 cents and 3.6 cents per kilowatt hour of electricity.
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Construction experts say there is no fix for the foundation problem. All concrete must be replaced, at an estimated cost of $150,000 or higher for each home.
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The measure will require residential developments of 25 units or more to include 25% affordable units.