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  • Jobs Spotlight: Careers in Construction Month

    October is Careers in Construction Month, an opportunity for companies that make their living changing the landscape of a community to educate others about all they do. The construction industry is a vital part of the infrastructure of any thriving area. When communities grow, so do the neighborhoods, surrounding businesses and roads. As an active […]

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    A Closer Look at the Metal Building Construction Trend

    Metal building construction has come a long way in recent years. Once a construction approach relegated mainly to pole barns, storage sheds and the like, today’s metal buildings provide efficient, budget-conscious solutions for a wide range of needs. From use as office space, to recreational areas in place of traditional gyms, places of worship and […]

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    The Future of Construction Work Following a Pandemic

    Construction work requires countless moving elements coming together just so to result in a successful finished project. From job site management to keep things on schedule, to measures to ensure crew member safety and communication that keeps clients informed, most construction companies have their regular practices down to a science. With the introduction of the […]

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    Houston Construction Industry Forges Ahead

    While the coronavirus pandemic disrupts the lives and work of everyone in the United States, the Houston construction industry can breathe a sigh of relief – our work has been deemed essential and will continue, according to the recent “stay home, work smart” order issued by County Judge Lina Hidalgo. While civil and industrial construction […]

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