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Single-Family Permits Show Increase in February

The Pro Builder

Single-Family Permits Show Increase in February ibush Mon, 04/15/2024 - 09:44 Year-to-date ending in February, single-family permits were up in all four regions of the U.S. Year-to-date ending in February, the number of single-family permits had risen in all four U.S. of the total single-family permits issued.

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Secrets of Environmental Permitting Solar Farms

Civil + Structural Engineer

By Ken MacDonald, Regional Director of Environmental Permitting and Compliance with UES First, a secret is only a secret if one doesn’t know it. There are lessons learned, hints discovered, and tips earned through permitting and compliance for tens of thousands of acres of solar energy facilities. What are the potential effects?

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Philly launches digital tool to ease building permitting process

Construction Dive

The pilot aims to improve access to information about necessary permits, approvals and other requirements for some residential and commercial projects, the city said.

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Inspected.com Launches Permit Hub for Contractors

CCR Magazine

Inspected , a remote Inspection and Permit document technology company, launches Permit Hub , an all-in-one permit management platform. Streamlining the permit process can reduce costs and shorten timelines on construction projects, increasing Contractor and Customer satisfaction. “It

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3 manufacturing megaprojects delayed by labor, permitting issues

Construction Dive

Teams have hit pause on Scout Motors’ $2 billion EV plant in South Carolina and American Battery Factory’s $1.2 billion facility in Arizona.

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Are after-hours construction permits worth the challenges?

Construction Dive

A lot of projects require or could benefit from work at night, but contractors need to weight permit costs, higher subcontractor fees and noise restrictions.

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Debt ceiling deal would speed environmental permitting

Construction Dive

The proposed legislation could also advance the Mountain Valley Pipeline and help boost the construction workforce, according to one trade group.

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