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J.D. Miles and Sons employees celebrated by VARP

Recently employees were celebrated at a dinner held by VARP for becoming ProCertified with NRCA. You can read the NRCA article here. Congrats to Hector and Flavio!

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Five strategies to help address the labor shortage

NRCA suggests five ways to deal with the current labor shortages in roofing.

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Groups discreetly lobbying to block rooftop solar

Report Finds Groups Focusing on Restricting Florida Rooftop Solar Options

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Q&A: How the pandemic is reshaping construction

Ask me about . . . working construction during the pandemic

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How roofing contractors can handle rising costs, delays

Hang on for a bumpy ride

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New smart PPE system monitors workers’ heat stress and sweat rate

“This new feature tells managers which workers to monitor closely on hot days, and when and how to alter an individual’s schedule or workload…”Nicole Moyen, Vice President of Kenzen’s Research and Development

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Construction lost 7K jobs in June

Construction Left Out of June’s U.S. Big Jobs Advance

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As policy impacts kick in, Virginia climbs into top five states for solar

The latest quarterly ranking of new solar capacity shows Virginia and the Carolinas in the Southeast leading the way on solar thanks in large part to recent policy victories. -Elizabeth McGowan

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Regulations spark search for greener roofing insulation

A worthy journey

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Construction Worries in June Due to Rising Material Costs

ConstructConnect’s ‘Expansion Index’ Captures Construction Hesitancy The construction industry still struggles to recover to pre-pandemic levels as owners hesitate to commit to rising costs of construction. Total Construction Falls in May as Housing Stumbles Rising costs of construction materials lead … Continue reading

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