Expert Interview Series: Yana Tcharnaia of Jonas Construction Software About the Prevalence of Construction Management Software

Yana Tcharnaia, the sales manager of Jonas Construction Software, ensures that future customers have the information they need about the company’s software products and the industry in order to help them research and buy construction software. We recently spoke with Yana about how construction management software is becoming more widespread in the construction industry. Briefly…

New Study Shows OSHA’s Silica Underestimation Could Cost Construction Industry Billions

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimated that a proposed rule designed to reduce exposure to crystalline silica among construction workers would cost the industry just over $500 million. An independent investigation into the financial ramifications of this proposed rule, however, revealed that potential costs could exceed $450 billion. By the Numbers The Construction…

Why Federal Contractors Need to Plan More for Flood Risks Now

President Obama altered the way federally-funded construction projects are treated when he signed Executive Order 13690 into law on January 30, 2015. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is still collecting information from contractors and other agencies to determine the precise guidelines that should be followed in an emergency situation, but the basic premise of the order is…