Mon.Nov 28, 2022

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You Risk Paying Twice When Sub-Contractors Don’t Pay Their Bills

Wolgast Corporation

Liens Can Wreak Havoc on Funding. By Brian Stadler, Wolgast President & CEO.

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Types of Patio Roof Materials | 7 Top Patio Roofing Optiobs | Patio Roof Cover Materials


Introduction To Patio Roof Materials Some people want to enjoy an amazing weekend or play some outdoor sport like badminton, basketball, chess, etc.


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Life at LetsBuild: Our 2022 team camp in Belgium

Lets Build

LetsBuild is made up of diverse hybrid teams from all over Europe ????. While that comes with its advantages, it also means we don’t interact as much in person as we might like. And you can only learn so much about one another when interactions are limited to emails and Zoom meetings.

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DOE Sets $550M for Energy Efficiency Project Grants

ENR Construction

The Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant has supported a variety of projects aimed at cutting fossil fuel emissions and making buildings more efficient

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The Ultimate Free Guide to Construction Project Management Software

Spreadsheets and in-house tools can no longer manage the sophistication and the demand for data of modern construction. Our free buyer’s guide will help you identify what construction software you need and the key features you should be looking for.

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Snap Option - Mid Between 2 Points

Revit OpEd

When this new snap option appeared in Revit 2022.1 it was a LONG time coming. Not being able to snap to place something between two point has annoyed many a user for years. My problem is remembering it exists now. I've been using it quite a bit lately so perhaps the habit will stick. While it never really bothered me that it wasn't available I'm quite happy to have it now. If my memory serves me it wasn't built into AutoCAD initially, perhaps an Express Tools addition?

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