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Skyline Scaffold engineers award-winning solution
Skylight project required a system that did not load the existing roof, while also being wide enough to span the 100-foot, two-way sloping roof
Update: SAIA Canadian Council
New gaps analysis tool in development will address specific requirements for scaffold and access equipment across Canada’s provinces
Working at height: When can I fall?
David Glabe addresses why falls from heights within construction consistently remain a primary cause of injuries in the industry
U.S. noncompete ban: protecting company interests if or when it goes through
The rule banning noncompete agreements is already facing legal challenges. In the meantime, companies can take steps to protect their interests.
‘Go for Stack’: Bragg Companies hauls iconic space shuttle to California Science Center
D.Ann Shiffler chronicles a dream job expertly performed by Bragg Companies.
Looking up: Global high-rise construction trends
Worries over financing, liquidity in some regions, and meeting sustainability seem to be lessening as the planet’s urban centres keep building into the sky
Global Battery Alliance executive director on battery passports and a sustainable battery value chain
The organization included battery passports in its 2030 vision report. Executive Director Inga Petersen talked to Power Progress about how battery passports can contribute to a sustainable battery value chain.
Photos: World’s longest asymmetric cable-stayed bridge
At 920m in length, bridge in Taiwan will be a record-breaker when it is completed 
Job hopping, remote working, and tech: How can construction retain Gen Z?
What does Gen Z want from the construction industry? And can the industry provide it?
Baltimore bridge collapse: Can engineers prevent similar disasters?
Deadly catastrophe leads to opportunity for engineers to do more to protect the world’s aging bridges
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