PBS NewsHour reports on measures being taken to prevent the damage Hurricane Harvey caused.
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LinkedIn presents the backstory of a woman working in the Highway Construction Industry as an Ironworker.
CBS reports the housing market in San Jose, California is at an all-time high with average home prices reaching $1 million while the amount of homes for sale are at an all-time low.
The Associated General Contractors of America shares the results of a study regarding why construction firms are struggling to craft professionals to hire, how firms are trying to address the workforce shortages and proposed solutions by calling congress to action.
Fox News reports on the progress of relief efforts taking place in Puerto Rico following brutal hurricanes last fall.
KHOU 11 reports on the idea to build homes higher in Houston Texas to help prevent flood damage such as Hurricane Harvey caused last fall.
Catastrophe models are not just for hurricanes. They are also not just for insurance carriers. Ming Lee, president and CEO of catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide, discusses how insurance brokers and governments are increasingly using cat models and how cat models are expanding into other risks and expanding geographically.