Archive for: April, 2015

Guest columnist: Repeal of common construction wage a step backward

Guest columnist: Repeal of common construction wage a step backward Estimates of savings due to repeal of the law are based either on very bad math or the use of volunteer labor. … With the repeal of the common construction wage, the local and state government low-bid process will now allow for a "free-for-all market.…

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Landscaping Your Trees

With tree removal St. Louis residents can keep their garage and front yard from being overrun with fallen leaves. With St. Louis tree service, professionals can explain to homeowners how irrigation is vital to the survival of any landscape, and is an important consideration for tree removal. Irrigation is the method of artificially applying water…

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Trends in the Commercial Construction Industry

Mayor R. T. Rybak’s 2011 budget address on August 17, 2010 must have brought cheer to the Minnesota commercial construction industry. The mayor, speaking from Minneapolis City Hall, put a lot of stress on “growth.” He also rejected the popular belief that Minneapolis, locked in by other municipalities on all sides, is fully developed. He…

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Facts to Look Into For Commercial Construction

For budding corporate and businessmen, it is a known fact that seeking professional help when it comes to commercial construction for their buildings is a must. This is because companies which provide quality construction and customer service allow clients to keep up with the phase of the progress, which is particularly important when time is…

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Home repairs? Sometimes calling a real repairman is the best DIY

Home repairs? Sometimes calling a real repairman is the best DIY A recent report by the Wall Street Journal documents the fairly recent phenomenon of consumers looking to sites like YouTube to teach themselves how to fix common problems in and around their homes. Think leaky faucets, a stuck door, a running toilet, … Read more…

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Nearly $50 million in street, sidewalk repairs on Abilene ballot

Nearly million in street, sidewalk repairs on Abilene ballot The city is asking for nearly $ 46 million dollars to repair Abilene's worst streets. Ambler Avenue between Danville and Treadaway is at the top of the list. "Makes it easier for the citizens to be able to navigate and get around town because you know…

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OpenWorks Expands Services to Provide Additional Maintenance and Repair

OpenWorks Expands Services to Provide Additional Maintenance and Repair … OpenWorks, one of America's leading integrated facility services franchises, has announced major additions to the line of services offered by the company to include work such as landscaping, electrical and plumbing. With these additional services, … Read more on PR Web (press release) Childhood pals who…

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