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The Digital Edition of Construction Executive's November 2013 Issue is Now Available

Featured Stories:

New Priorities

The effects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act are beginning to seep into the health care market, causing hospitals to reevaluate their facilities and make the most of the resources they already have.

Research Hubs
The University of Florida and the University of Indiana are infusing laboratory facilities into multidisciplinary, mixed-use buildings to meet the needs of today’s innovators and entrepreneurs.

Special Section:

Annual Contractors' Guide to Surety Bonding

Also in November:

• On the Level: Adapting to Change
• Washington Update: States Take Up Pro-Growth Policies
• Economic Outlook: Lab Report: R&D Spending Set to Dip, Construction Costs Set to Rise
• Bottom Line: Do the Math on Older Vehicles
• Risk Management: Two Approaches To Insuring Joint Ventures
• Workforce Development: Promoting from Within: Four Steps to Increase Success
• Tech Trends: All-in-One vs. Integrated Field Service Systems
• Onsite Safety: Drafting an Effective Distracted Driving Policy
• Legally Speaking: When Is Subcontractor Failure to Perform Excused?

Plus Construction Industry Headlines, Around the Nation and Community Spotlight

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A Look Ahead:

December Special Section: 2014 HOT PRODUCTS
Decmber Special Feature: ABC Elevator Contractors Council

Top Headlines from Construction Executive's eNewsletters:

Round Two of the Bid Process: The Presentation
ABC Webinar: OSHA’s New Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling Chemicals (GHS)
Negotiations Part 1: What Firms Should Know

All-in-One Vs. Integrated Field Service Systems
Bentley Systems Announces New Technologies for Contractors at Year in Infrastructure Conference
Taking 3-D Printing to Another Dimension

Electronic Data Exchange—Cost-Saving or Costly?
Five Ways to Reduce Financial Risk on a Construction Project
Construction Materials Prices Remain Flat; Employment Numbers Rise

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