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This TV Show Gives Conning Contractors the Public Shaming They Deserve

Comedian Adam Carolla didn’t always work in Hollywood. Before his career in TV and radio, the broadcaster worked as a contractor, and now, he wants to combine these seemingly disconnected skill sets. This year, Carolla starred in the TV show “Catch a Contractor” on the Spike network.

Report: U.S. Construction Industry To See Huge Gains in 2015, 2016

The U.S. construction industry generates revenues of $1.73 trillion every year, but it does so by providing hundreds of thousands of jobs, new family homes, new churches, hospitals, and so much more. And a recent article in the Memphis Business Journal confirms what many residential and commercial construction workers have long suspected — growth in construction spending is higher than it’s been in many years.

Three Big Things Construction Workers Do For The U.S.

You may think the 760,697 people working as commercial construction contractors and/or for industrial construction companies have a pretty boring job — but that’s not necessarily a fair assessment.

Three Services a General Contracting Company Can Bring to Your Business

Whether you’re looking to expand your business or design an entirely new facility, the first step is to hire a general contractor company to begin the process. Many people think of general contractors as builders only. While this is an important aspect of expanding your business, these companies actually provide far more just construction services.

Construction Workers Discover Viking Burial Site

Many people assume that the 760,697 U.S. men and women working for commercial and residential construction companies (or as general construction contractors) have a fairly boring job description — and a high risk of sun burn and injury to boot.

How Bioconcrete May Revolutionize The Construction Industry

What is bioconcrete? Although it may sound like something straight out of a sci-fi film, the premise is actually very simple and doable within the next few years. If all goes well, researchers plan to add living bacteria to concrete to increase its durability and strength.

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