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07

Dec
2018

Staying safe in construction

A worker at Chicago-based McHugh Construction Co. thought he might have spotted a problem with an outrigger on a crane pick. He was relatively new to the job. His bosses had encouraged him to speak up if he ever saw anything that seemed amiss. Still, it seemed like a bold move to stop work and […]

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07

Nov
2018

New home construction sets strong pace for 2018

Housing starts increased in January, starting 2018 off at a strong pace; however, it is unclear if that pace will continue. Privately owned housing starts came in at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.33 million in January, according to the latest release from the U.S. Census Bureau. This is up 9.7% from the revised […]

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07

Oct
2018

Types of Construction Projects – What Are They And Why You Should Care

What type of construction project are you working on? This is an important question for your mechanics lien and bond claim rights. In fact, if you use zlien to manage your lien and bond claim compliance, it’s an essential question that is asked of you every time you enter a new project. What type of […]

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07

Aug
2018

Where To Move In Vancouver To Keep An Urban Backyard Chicken Coop

If you like the idea of having a hobby farm, or just the benefits of easy access to farm produce, urban farming may be for you. But if you’re living in an apartment, or a suite without a yard, that can be hard. And if you’re living in a city that doesn’t allow animal raising […]

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07

Jul
2018

Add A Chicken Coop… Increase the Value of Your Home?

Over the past couple of weeks, my lovely wife and I have been talking about adding a chicken coop to our home. For a variety of reasons, it felt like the right time to make the investment. Regardless of this recent planning effort, when my wife sent me a story from the Dining and Wine […]

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07

May
2018

6 Features your chicken coop must have

(Natural News) Raising backyard chickens appeals to many people because it gives them full control over the quality of chickens and eggs they consume. If you are just beginning to embark on your journey to becoming a backyard chickens keeper, one of the main things to consider is the overall happiness of your flock. When […]

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07

Apr
2018

The Land That Time and Money Forgot

Asked if he’d heard of Lloyd Blankfein, the man in the Yankees cap standing by 295 Cozine Avenue in East New York muttered, “What he do?” In the projects, when someone who looks like me comes up to you, it almost has to be bad news: a cop, a process server, a guy from the […]

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07

Feb
2018

Affordable housing to drive realty in 2018

The affordable housing segment is expected to continue to drive the real estate sector in 2018 with several developers and institutional funds eyeing opportunities in this space led by better returns. The end-user demand in this segment along with the government’s thrust through incentives such as granting infrastructure status is ensuring a rising appetite for […]

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07

Jan
2018

What Is The Tiny House Movement?

Simply put, it is a social movement where people are choosing to downsize the space they live in. The typical American home is around 2,600 square feet, whereas the typical small or tiny house is between 100 and 400 square feet. Tiny houses come in all shapes, sizes, and forms, but they enable simpler living […]

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