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Wednesday, January 29, 2020Jan 29, 2020



Mass Timber, Not Steel, Is The Future Of Construction

Could fire-blocking timber construction be part of the carbon-neutral city of the future? Scientists from Germany certainly think so.

Popular Mechanics29 Jan 2020
The B1M29 Jan 2020

The Case To Ban Natural Gas From New Construction

Why avoid natural gas in new construction sites? It’s one of the fastest and most effective ways we can combat climate change en masse.

The San Francisco Chronicle29 Jan 2020

The Major Safety Risks That Can Stop A Construction Project

General contractors are responsible for safety onsite and can be held liable for hazards if they do not act to eliminate them, experts say.

Construction Dive29 Jan 2020
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