Posted By: John L. on March 15, 2018 in
Unfortunately, it can be months or years after a construction project is completed that defects can surface. Construction defect is a broad term that is generally defined as a defect in the design, materials, workmanship that can affect mechanical systems, building components and structural integrity.
Posted By: Michael S. on March 14, 2018 in
Having worked in manufacturing for almost four decades, I'm sometimes asked what I like most. That is a tough question to answer. Manufacturing is constantly evolving and, due to my involvement in a wide variety of manufacturing sectors, I can't narrow it down to one favorite thing. Instead, I put together a list of eight things I love about working in manufacturing.
Posted By: Addie B. on March 12, 2018 in
The saying “out with the old, in with the new” has many applications, but it can be especially relevant in conversations around decorating a home. Much of what is considered “in” is based on the style of the times, which is why many trends can be tied back to a specific decade.
Posted By: Cliff J. on March 9, 2018 in
Though your team does a good job managing your operations and you're proud of your safety performance, you still ended up with a Conditional or Unsatisfactory rating. In other words, the FMCSA auditor has determined that your company failed to have “adequate safety management controls in place to ensure compliance with the safety fitness standard.”
Posted By: Lisa D. on March 7, 2018 in
The cost of college can seem overwhelming. With the amount of student debt in America, having a savings account to help your child pay for college can be a nice way to cover part of the cost. Here are some effective tips for making college costs more manageable.


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