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The Digital Edition of Construction Executive's April Issue Is Now Available

Safety Leadership at All Levels
Nation's Safest Contractors Encourage Employees to Speak Up on the Jobsite

Nobody wants a jobsite incident to occur, but how a contractor responds to a worst case scenario is part of what separates it on the safety spectrum.

Fisher Contracting Company, Midland, Mich., which performs civil infrastructure projects across Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee, can attest. On a job last year, a scaffold wall bracket failed, causing an employee to fall to a lower level and suffer rib injuries. Upon review, Fisher Contracting determined the relatively new employee didn’t feel comfortable mentioning he was unsatisfied with the condition of the rented scaffold equipment.

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(RE)Constructing the Retail Sector
Contractors Respond to an Acceleration of Commercial Activity

It has been a long time since the words “growth” and “retail” have been used in the same sentence in construction circles. In fact, for more than five years, commercial construction has either risen (or fallen) due to the indirect challenges of weak consumer spending, as well as changes in where, when, how and on what consumers spend their hard-earned dollars.

Now, the numbers are showing that retail construction is enjoying a renaissance as consumers loosen the purse strings and regain confidence in the economy. And while department store closings remain the Achilles’ heel for malls, according to JLL, a financial and professional services firm that specializes in commercial real estate services and investment management, there appears to be ample demand for the new use of that space.

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Managing Risk
12th Annual Insurance and Bonding Special Section

• Executive Insights
• 2017 Insurance Market Forecast
• A Potential Gap in Indemnity Coverage
• Clearing the Air: OSHA's New Construction Silica Standard
• Gauging the Impact of OSHA's Crane Operator Requirements
• Three Ways for Contractors to Mitigate Risk and Lower Insurance Premiums
• Five Reasons for Contractors to Consider Environmental Insurance
Plus The 2017 Directory of Insurance and Bonding Professionals

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27th Annual Excellance in Construction Awards
Top Construction Projects; Exemplary Safety Leaders; Champions of Diversity

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Also in This Issue

Washington Update Dissecting the House Tax Blueprint
Workforce Build a New Approach to Female Construction Leaders
Risk Risk Management in a 24-Hour Society
Community Outreach 7,300 Wishes and Counting
Viewpoints What is your proudest safety moment?
Plus  In Brief


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