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This week's gallery spotlights a minimalist kitchen faucet collection; a rugged coffeemaker for jobsites; switching relay and zone control valves; stainless-steel braid hose; ultra-compact thermostatic mixing valves; and bath drains to allow a fuller soak.

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A little humor goes an awful long way.

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Faucet manufacturer to support the foundation's trade-focused scholarship program in 2020.

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The Countryside Municipal Complex will produce as much energy annually as it uses

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Training your mechanical HVAC team is an ongoing process, one that at its best involves senior technicians, associations, vendors and distributorships.

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The awards are an opportunity for the PHCC to celebrate the work auxiliary members have done to promote the trades over the past year.

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The other day, the staff of CONTRACTOR magazine started to browse through old issues of The Contractor, Plumbing and Heating Business magazine, and The Ladle, The Business Journal for Master Plumbers and Heating Contractors of New York State. These a

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Get Your Pipe Out of My Duct: Using BIM 360 to Reduce Clashes Between the Trades (and Save Thousands in the Process)

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Rheem Air & Water's Chris Day and Brian White presented, Connected Data: It’s a Valuable Business Tool.

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The event includes a free expo, expert training sessions, and public hearings on the 2021 I-Codes.

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Construction can catch up to other industries by embracing predictive analytics, better use of 3D modeling, AI and other efficiency-enhancing technologies.

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Seeing the potential for malicious actors to attack vulnerable elevator control systems linked to the internet, an industry group of elevator manufacturers has proposed a set of cybersecurity guidelines.

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Repetitive overhead tasks are rough on the back and shoulders and can result in stress injuries over time. While some companies have exoskeletons designed to improve lifting, Levitate’s Airframe exoskeleton is designed for overhead work.

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The findings announced Oct. 22 by the National Transportation Safety Board find that multiple parties deserved some responsibility for the tragic bridge collapse.

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Kevin Adams joined Burns & McDonnell in Atlanta to lead the firm’s natural gas pipeline, construction and design-build projects in the Southeast.

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Volume of new contracts should grow notably in 2020 after 2019 dip

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Inspired by ancient Italian architecture, the Jackson Healthcare corporate headquarters project included a 262,000-sq-ft, eight-story office building and a three-story amenity building that features columns, arches, a piazza and fountains. Even a six-level parking deck was designed to resemble a villa.

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A $13.8-million school project that could have been stymied for months due to permit delays was ready two weeks ahead of schedule due to collaboration that rearranged responsibilities, resequenced milestones and emphasized lean construction practices.

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Overcoming the barriers of distance and language, a North Carolina- and China-based project team created the $34.6-million Markor Art Center, which doubles as a high-profile entertainment venue for two leading furniture brands during High Point’s semi-annual Furniture Market.

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This 64,000-sq-ft manufacturing expansion represents Zeus Industrial Products’ small-town commitment even as the company expands its reach around the globe.

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