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Production levels are expected to moderate somewhat in 2019 and will stabilize in a range that that is considered normal.

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The wiring in the drills can contact internal moving parts, posing a shock hazard. No incidents or injuries have been reported.

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Panel discussions, networking events and a fundraising celebration to raise awareness of the skilled labor shortage planned at Design & Construction Week 2019.

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Visitors to the company’s booth will be able to enter the third-annual RIDGID Experience contest.

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Company adds Samsung's SmartThings to its IoT portfolio for its tankless water heater lines.

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The combined Kitchen and Bath Industry Show and International Builders Show drew huge crowds, and showcased some of the industry's most innovative products.

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Are your prices too high? Maybe. But it's even more likely that they're too low.

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In an age of shrinking operational budgets, customers are demanding lower installation and maintenance costs even for state-of-the-art products. One manufacturer reveals how it keeps up by staying plugged in.

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A lot has changed at Franklin Electric since E.J. (Ed) Schaefer and T.W. (Wayne) Kehoe founded the company in 1944.

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Police have declared the area secured, and the gunman no longer a threat.

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Litigants contend Trump lacks authority to declare emergency to build wall using funds Congress appropriated for other uses.

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Highway funding fares well in fiscal 2019 shutdown-ending package, other programs pared.

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A call for reader opinions on safety pre-qualifications using EMRs.

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EPA won't decide until 2021 whether to develop ambient water quality criteria for the once widely used chemicals.

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With Gavin Newsom announcement, the fate of a Bay Area to southern California link still is uncertain

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Big Calif.-Ore. dam removals, which triggered the Jan. 25 federal ruling on state clean-water okays, are proceeding to contract.

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A boilermakers union official had a taste for luxury goods, but most of the stealing was small-scale.

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The field narrows for a $1.4-bilion, design-build-finance contract award.

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Lake Shore Drive, a part of U.S. Highway 41 that runs parallel with and along the shoreline of Lake Michigan in Chicago, was closed to northbound traffic from the morning of February 11 to the afternoon of February 12 due to cracks in structural steel support girders on the elevated roadway that leads to the Outer Drive Bridge which crosses the Chicago River at the mouth of Lake Michigan.

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