Concrete Construction’s editor Bill Palmer speaks with Jim Rogers of Arizona State University to discuss the latest OSHA requirements regarding injury reporting. 

Historically, hundreds of thousands of small businesses have offered millions of employees Health Reimbursement Arrangements, or HRAs, to help with rising healthcare costs. The IRS is now punishing that approach.

It's déjà vu all over again for senators, who will return to the Capitol later today to see if the bipartisan energy bill and an aid package for Flint, Mich., can find their way back to the floor this week.

On February 10, 2016, we reported that the Supreme Court stayed the Clean Power Plan (CPP) pending review by the DC Circuit Court of Appeals. 

The debate on whether fire sprinklers should be required in new homes in Maryland returned to the General Assembly on Tuesday, Feb. 16.

Senate Democrats on Thursday blocked action on a comprehensive energy bill that had drawn broad bipartisan support after lawmakers failed to agree on including a $600 million amendment to address the crisis over lead-tainted water in Flint, Mich.

The Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit now includes a key modification that will greatly expand the number of companies that can claim it.

The Canadian dollar’s nosedive has disrupted North American lumber markets to the point that Canada is expected to face currency-induced pressure to make concessions in the next softwood lumber agreement with the United States.

The US Senate is poised to consider the Energy Policy Modernization Act (S.2012) beginning next Tuesday (1/26).

More U.S. companies could be classified as "joint employers" of workers employed by a staffing agency or contractor and held liable for labor violations tied to those staff, says the U.S. Labor Department