When will contractors see a boost of infrastructure dollars?

When the American Restoration and Reinvestment Act of 2009 passed, the public building corporations eagerly expected a windfall of funding and new assignments.  But then localities shifted the projects to other priorities. The Recovery Act “genuinely amounted to a fairly anticlimactic influence for the large, publicly traded corporations,” said Sean Eastman, […]

Colorado contractors sue Denver over vaccine mandate

Dive Temporary: Alleging that vaccine mandates for contractors are unconstitutional, the Colorado Contractors Association is suing the metropolis of Denver for demanding workers on community contracts to get inoculated in opposition to COVID-19. In a submitting in the federal U.S. District Court docket for Colorado, the CCA and six other […]

Study: Contractors embrace hybrid work

Dive Quick: Due to the fact the COVID-19 pandemic started, firms across the state have pivoted to hybrid performing products — element in-individual and part distant — and in accordance to new details, building is adopting this development, much too.  Development tech organization OpenSpace surveyed its shoppers about their doing […]