Before 2020, any survey of construction industry leaders would have revealed a clear trend across all trades: the industry needed more skilled workers.  This fact existed before the worst economic disruption in over 100 years descended to remind us of just how fragile we, and all of our business plans, really are. In 2020, according…

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Commercial facilities in the United States take many forms and perform many functions.  And yet, even though retail establishments, warehouses, hospitals, university buildings, and office facilities are all built to meet different needs, they share a common requirement: all are subject to state and local building codes that stipulate a need for emergency or backup…

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This month’s FSG branch focus takes us to Indianapolis.  Indiana’s state capital is known as the “Crossroads of America”, due to its central location at the junction of four major Interstate Highways: I-65, I-69, I-70, and I-74. Still, local residents understand that even if Indy might be on the way to wherever you’re going, there…

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