November 1, 2021

NOVEMBER HEADLINES: Construction News & Insights


Curated news from the construction industry:

(this page will be updated throughout the month of November, 2021)

"Infrastructure Act Likely to Spur Higher Construction Wages"

From Construction Dive: Will the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act spur a spike in construction wages? Some experts think so. READ MORE

"Public, Private Teams Gear Up for Lunar Construction"

From Construction Dive: 3D printing technology might soon make it possible to build permanent structures on the moon. READ MORE

"Hydrogen Round-Up: 5 of Construction's Latest Initiatives"

From International Rental News: Equipment manufacturers are exploring how hydrogen-powered vehicles can help them meet their emission reduction goals. READ MORE

"States Have Big Plans for Infrastructure Bill Money"

From For Construction Pros: The Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act has officially been signed into law, and some states already have big plans for putting the $1.2 trillion to work. READ MORE

"7 Reasons Why You Should Hire Military Veterans to Your Crew"

From For Construction Pros: Military veterans can bring a variety of valuable skills and perspectives to your construction company. READ MORE

"Biden’s $1 Trillion Infrastructure Package Approved"

From International Rental News: President Biden's $1 trillion infrastructure bill has been approved and is now awaiting his signature. $550 billion of the funds will go toward America's highways, roads, bridges and public transit systems. READ MORE

"Dodge: Bright and Busy Future Ahead For the Construction Industry"

From For Construction Pros: Dodge Data & Analytics predicts a 6% rise in construction starts for 2022 and a "bright and busy future" for the industry. READ MORE

"These 3 Construction-Related Majors Provide the Most Bang for the Buck"

From Construction Dive: According to a recent analysis, three construction-related college degrees rank among the best for job security and high wages.  READ MORE

"How to Make Construction Employees Feel Valued"

From For Construction Pros: Given the tight labor market, it's more important than ever for construction firms to appreciate their employees and show them they are valued. READ MORE

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