Framing News

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When construction began on the new 246-unit Monarch at Waugh Chapel multi-family development in Gambrills, Maryland, protecting the building from the elements was a primary concern.

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“Its magnitude is unparalleled,” she said. “At 1.5 million square feet, four projects in-one, the largest tax credit deal in the state’s history, local Tax Increment Financing, and significant private investment, it is one of the most complex redevelopments in the city to date.”

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Protect against air and water during construction and for years to come.

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Over the first five months of 2019, the total number of single-family permits issued year-to-date (YTD) nationwide reached 342,116.

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Despite assurances from Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta that he will boost the number of OSHA compliance officers this fiscal year, new data shows the number of inspectors has declined.

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Musculoskeletal disorders rank No. 2 worldwide in shortening people’s working years, according to a recent analysis of data compiled by the World Health Organization.

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The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Shawn D. Purvis, owner of Purvis Home Improvement Co. Inc. for egregious willful, repeat, and serious workplace safety violations. Purvis - a Saco, Maine, roofing contractor - faces a total of $1,792,726 in penalties.

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According to the CDC, more than 25,000 workers suffer nail gun injuries each year and several injuries have led to construction worker deaths.

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“The safety huddles happen on every jobsite every morning before the start of the day,” says NFC member Pedro Loureiro, president of Nomad Framing in Monroe Township, New Jersey.