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Time to enter the SAIA Project Awards
The deadline to submit entries for the SAIA Project Awards is just weeks away
SAIA early bird rates end soon
The SAIA Annual Convention & Exposition attendee early bird rates expire May 31, exhibitor space limited
White House says $110 billion in infrastructure funds released
President Biden’s team report that in the six months since the infrastructure bill has passed US$110 billion has been released 
Two-day access and rental event set for September
The ALH Conference and IPAF Innovate workshop have combined forces to offer two days of education and networking for the access and rental industries
Trekker, Layher redefine high rise work
Challenging Gulf project called for the use of CAD software and FlexBeam technology 
Spotlight on low-level access in North America
Demand for safer, efficient access equipment fuels growth for low-level access equipment
Positive signs for the shoring sector
The Scaffold & Access Industry Association’s Shoring Council is gearing up for a busy year ahead
SAIA to debut new training, offer online options
The Scaffold & Access Industry Association (SAIA) will launch two new training classes this summer as well as extend its digital and online options
Oshkosh partners with second robotics firm
JLG’s parent company has announced a new alliance with Robotic Research
Survey highlights OEM skills shortages
New survey reveals main issue is with technical and engineering positions
Noble Iron sells Texada Software
US-based private equity company is the buyer
SAIA seeks trainers and facilities
The Scaffold & Access Industry Association is actively seeking instructors and training facilities for its new Journeyperson Scaffold Training program in Canada
Stopping falls from height
In its 9th year, the annual National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction is set for May 2-6. ALH reports
Guide: SAIA Committee Week 2022
The SAIA’s annual Committee Week is just around the corner. Here’s what attendees can expect in Memphis
Regulatory maze: Standards, codes and guidelines
To understand how the regulatory system in the U.S. works, it is helpful to understand the difference between each branch. David Glabe breaks it down.
New IPAF president looks to the future
Interview: Karin Nars, IPAF’s first female president, shares her industry goals 
North American rental: momentum, with challenges
The industry is on the brink of substantial growth as both rental companies and access manufacturers ramp up to meet demand. Lindsey Anderson reports
Manitex changes CEO, buys into rental
Steve Filipov replaced by former AMECO and H-E Parts executive
BrandSafway assists with bridge build in Texas
BrandSafway was selected by Flatiron Dragados, LLC, to provide access services including launching platform systems and stair towers, as well as concrete forming for the Harbor Bridge Replacement Project in Corpus Christi, TX. T
United provides tips for improving jobsite performance
United outlines five ways mobile applications can improve equipment management on jobsites
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