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Woodworking - Type of Projects You Can Start Building Today

Woodworking - Type of Projects You Can Start Building Today My love of woodworking began at a very young age. My dad made me attend practical wood shops and classes almost weekly and my passion for woodworking tooks on a whole new level.As a high school student I not only constructed and wore a wooden backpack but, started to build furniture around the house. Needless to say my archive of woodworking plans grew... read more...

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Commercial Construction Trends - Continued Labor Shortages, Offsite Construction Continued Labor Shortages Ever since the construction industry started recovering from the Great Recession, it has dealt with labor shortages throughout areas of the country. This is expected to continue in 2018 as firms struggle to find enough skilled craft workers to meet the growing demand in order to keep pace with the increase in construction spending... read more...

How to Start a Bricklaying Business

How to Start a Bricklaying Business Demand for bricklaying services is high, with employment of bricklayers and stone masons projected to grow 34 percent from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. To start a bricklaying business, you must have practical building skills, experience of working on-site, and the ability to take... read more...


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