Monthly Archives: May 2014

Minnesota construction firms likely need to boost pay to meet demand

By Wayne Grayson, EquipmentWorld.com Construction is Minnesota’s fastest growing industry, and as demand continues to pile up, construction firms there are having a hard time finding enough skilled workers. And one labor analyst suggests they might need to make some … Continue reading

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Construction & Remodeling Newsletter – May 2014

Construction Disruption Claims By Attorney Patrick Noaker You are a masonry subcontractor and, due to early problems on the project, your crew is forced to perform its masonry work in a different sequence than originally planned.  Different portions of the … Continue reading

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Minnesota Construction Companies Need Workers

Associated Press ST. PAUL, Minn. – With the recession over, Minnesota construction companies are scrambling to fill their open jobs. The state’s construction industry shed tens of thousands of jobs during the housing crash, but it’s booming again. According to … Continue reading

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Innovation in the News

By Attorney Patrick Noaker Most of you know from my bromance with Virgin Galactic’s [yes, the world’s first space travel company] Richard Branson and Tesla’s [coolest electric cars ever] Elon Musk that I am an innovation junkie.  I am consumed … Continue reading

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How social media and technology are impacting residential construction

By Jeff Barrett, Communities Digital News WASHINGTON, May 2, 2014 (Community Digital News) — In today’s competitive housing market, it is vital to remain progressive and maintain a real-time awareness of what consumers want, as companies like Brookfield Residential know all … Continue reading

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