Cases of architects being prosecuted for criminal negligence are rare, but architects should be concerned about a recent case that led to the death of a firefighter. Architect violates code when installing fireplace A California architect was given a one-yearRead The Full Article »
Safety costs will soar for construction companies if a proposed Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulation requiring tighter limits on toxic silica exposure goes into effect. According to OSHA, inhalation of crystalline silica particles puts workers at risk forRead The Full Article »
The SC Supreme Court upheld the limitation of liability clause in a home inspector’s contract which limited his liability to $475 (the cost of the services rendered). The court found that the clause was not unconscionable and that there wasRead The Full Article »
In the construction industry you rely on your body, so you know the importance of taking care of it the best you can. Glasses for your eyes, boots for your feet and gloves for your hands; but what are youRead The Full Article »
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