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June 4th, 2020 by Lindsey Webber
During times of unrest, upheaval, or uncertainty there is a guarantee of only one thing: change.
Because the construction industry was deemed essential and many of our projects remained open, we needed to act immediately to protect our workers, trade partners on our job sites, and those in the communities where we were working.
January 7th, 2020 by Lindsey Webber
What makes a company great? In this competitive labor market, this is something we are all scrambling to decode, especially in the booming construction sector. Is it a workplace with a fully-stocked kitchen, ping pong tables, and beer on tap? Or is it one with sleek modern offices and polished marble floors?
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