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Big Jump in Building Permits for Residential Units in San Diego

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There were more than 2,100 residential construction permits issued in June, the most since March 2005. The sector has lagged most of this year, enough so that the total number of permits issued in the first six months as a whole are still down by 16.9 percent from last year.

More from the article at The Times of San Diego.

Three new laws to encourage housing construction in San Diego

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Do you know what San Diego City Council is doing to help create more housing?

Hot on the job site? Indoors?

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Here is a list of the best portable fans. Reviewed for you by Popular Mechanics!

 

Do you know the basics of construction accounting?

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Knowing basic financial numbers in your business will save you a ton of heartache and frustration. If you only know one number (say, your revenue number) but not your net income, you might find in 8 months that you’re out of business, because you’re not generating enough net income to stay in business.

Accounting for contractors (FREE)

Construction is dangerous work! Sometimes common sense isn’t that common!

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For more information on Jobsite Safety, please visit http://www.jobsitecompliance.com/

This training videois designed to introduce the worker to common jobsite safety requirements and best practices.

Job Vacancies In Construction Are Only Going To Increase

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President Donald Trump’s Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta touted the administration’s push Monday to incorporate apprenticeship programs as part of a larger effort to close the nation’s skills gap.

Labor Secretary: ‘Job Vacancies In Construction Are Only Going To Increase’

Whoa. I guess there is no OSHA in China.

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A demolition crew in Beijing improvise to get their job done. Risking their lives to get a building demo’ed?