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Save Time and Get Paid While Protecting Lien Rights
Protecting lien rights is often an afterthought, an unfortunate reality seeing as how oftentimes it’s too late to seek relief amid payment discrepancies on a ...
Associated General Contractors of America Launches Campaign to Combat High Suicide Rates
The Associated General Contractors of America has launched a new public awareness campaign to help combat high suicide rates and improve mental health within the ...
Construction Contractors Struggle to Find Workers
A new survey released by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) shows that 91% of construction contractors are having a tough time finding workers, ...
Architectural Glass & Metal Technician Program Certifies 1,000th Glazier
The Architectural Glass & Metal Technician (AGMT) program certified its 1,000th glazier since the program’s start in 2019. The AGMT program is North America’s only ...
Virginia Law Prohibits Pay-if-Paid Clauses in Most Construction Contracts
A bill to shore up payment protections in the construction and glazing industry in Virginia has been signed into law. Senate Bill 550 was signed into law ...

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Lite Notes

By Ellen Rogers
Like Riding a Bike
As I See It by Ellen Rogers

Prices are up on everything. We all know that too well. As much as we’d like to just stop buying things, there are still things we need, whether for our homes or our jobs. So here’s a question that you’ve heard before: when the prices of everything you buy—from groceries to glass–have gone up, how […]

Insights and Inspirations

by Helen Sanders

Resilience and Sustainability: The Future Façade

Insights and Inspirations by Helen SandersDuring my summer vacation, I had the opportunity to catch up on an accumulated stack of reading and listening materials. In particular, I dived back into the extensive Façade Tectonics Institute’s (FTI’s) SKINS podcast series, hosted by Mic Patterson. The episode “Resilience” resonated because it highlights the interconnection of resilience and sustainability, and debunks the

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