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Call-to-Arms Headlines 'Homeowership Month' As Prices Remain High

June is National Homeownership Month, and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is celebrating it with a call to action for federal lawmakers to make ownership easier.

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May Jobs Numbers Down Amid Mining, Construction, Manufacturing Cuts: Report

U.S. companies in May added the least number of jobs in nine years as construction, manufacturing and mining companies dropped workers, according to payroll processor ADP. So reports CBS News.

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Iowa Gov. Helps Unveil Endowment to Attract Construction Workers

Master Builders of Iowa, a trade association representing construction contractors, is establishing a $5 million endowment to help bring workers into construction trade fields. So reports News 7 KWWL.

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Iowa Gov. Helps Unveil Endowment to Attract Construction Workers

Master Builders of Iowa, a trade association representing construction contractors, is establishing a $5 million endowment to help bring workers into construction trade fields. So reports News 7 KWWL.

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Industry Too Lax on Cybersecurity: ENR FutureTech Panelist

Philip Weaver, senior director of IT for Warfel Construction Co., said despite phishing attacks rising 250% in 2018, construction company CEO’s continue to list cybersecurity relatively low on their rankings of concerns. So reports Construction Dive.

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BridgeInvest Looks at 2nd, 3rd Construction Loan Fund

Miami-based lender BridgeInvest, banking on an increased demand for short-term loans, just closed a second fund, with another in the works. So reports The Real Deal.

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Trump Pens Exec Orders to Spur Gas Pipelines

President Donald Trump signed two executive orders aimed at removing obstacles for the construction of natural gas pipelines. So reports The Hill.

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Cal Poly Takes Home Top Honors in Student Competition

Students studying construction management at Cal Poly won top honors and more trophies than any other school at the 2019 Associated Schools of Construction regional competition held in Reno, Nevada. So reports the Cal Poly News.

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Etna Facing $200K in Fines for Unmitigated Trench Hazards

Etna Construction Inc. was cited by OSHA for failing to protect workers from trenching hazards. So reports EHS Today.

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Tariffs Worry Texans, But Activity Remains Steady

Tariffs imposed on steel, lumber and aluminum have caused concern for some Texas builders, but industry activity has been brisk despite subsequent cost increases. So reports D Magazine.

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