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Education + Training

MPC Developer Partners With Local Trade Students

A California developer is enlisting the help of local trade students for a new master planned community project

Women in Construction

Women's Presence in Construction Is Growing

The total share of women in construction rose sharply in 2022, but diversifying the labor force remains a top priority for the industry

Education + Training

Bay Area Students Get an Introduction to Skilled Trades Opportunities

The Bay Area Boys & Girls Club recently visited a jobsite, toured a model home, and spoke with industry professionals about skilled trades careers


How Classic Homes Is Working to Build Homes and People

Key to the Colorado builder's business success is a focus on leadership and relationship-building

Education + Training

Trade Programs Report Elevated Enrollment

Overall enrollment in higher education is slowing, but construction trade programs are booming 

Labor + Trade Relations

Why Strive to Be a Builder of Choice?

Having Builder of Choice status encompasses much more than just a builder's reputation with trades and suppliers

Education + Training

New Home Building Academy Opens in Arizona to Address Skilled Trades Shortage

In Phoenix, the Home Builders Association of Central Arizonas charitable arm, Home Builders Care, has opened a new 11,000-square-foot residential construction skilled trades training facility

Education + Training

New Study Reveals Success of Michigan Union Construction Apprenticeship Programs

A report by the Midwest Economic Policy Institute reveals that Michigan's union apprenticeship programs outperform universities on training, diversity, and debt

Jobsite Safety

Biden Administration Introduces Plans to Protect Workers From Extreme Heat

The U.S. Department of Labor is ramping up its enforcement of heat safety violations amid record-breaking temperatures across the country

Labor + Trade Relations

Skilled Labor Shortages Remain a Top Concern for Construction Industry

More than 700,000 new construction workers are needed each year to satisfy current measures of housing demand

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