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Builders must take whatever steps are needed to be in compliance with OSHA’s Subpart M-Fall Protection beginning on Sept. 16.

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) issued the most comprehensive look yet at the built environment’s role in economic recovery, highlighting six specific policy steps that will generate jobs and help grow the American economy.

The result of the 2009 policy change was a significant increase in the use of these tax credits, which led to remodeling activity and job creation.

​For public and private decision makers, there were three papers presented at Jackson Hole that are worth a read.

Taking more from a struggling private sector can only be justified if we think government spending will be more useful than the private spending and investment it replaces.