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Features
May 29, 2017

OSHA suspends electronic injury reporting requirement, Florida requires new building elevation requirements, and the lack of buildable lots is driving up home prices

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Features
May 22, 2017

Industry groups urge the government to improve labor shortage, buyers are interested in sustainable home features, and the middle class is being priced out of the real estate market

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News
May 15, 2017

New alliance will make installation of IoT technology in luminaires easier, wave of sinkhole incidents implies neglected infrastructure investment, and Tesla solar roof tiles are cheaper than expected

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News
May 09, 2017

OSHA responds to building collapse disaster, Indiana cuts back on solar incentive, and Los Angeles updates small-lot ordinance

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News
May 01, 2017

Phony architect faces prison time, downpayments bar young adults from buying homes, and utility company gets creative with addressing losses to rooftop PV

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News
April 24, 2017

New executive orders may raise construction costs, South Florida braces for climate change-induced flooding, and two startups will buy and sell your home

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News
April 21, 2017

One resident says sunlight reflecting off a neighbor’s new energy-efficient window is caused a fire in her yard

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News
April 20, 2017

Critics say Senate Bill 7000 and House Bill 901 would significantly weaken the state’s current building codes

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News
April 19, 2017

Los Angeles fell to the second position in the rankings in total installed capacity

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