Happy Friday! We’re rounding up our favorite news from this week. Without further adieu, here’s our iSqFt Weekly Recap.
We shared our favorite future trends in the construction industry here.
Ready to get your little one hooked on construction? We counted down our top 20 construction books for kids here.
The U.S., Mexico, & Canada have created a tri-national agreement to mutually recognize credentials for architects. You can read all the details here.
They’re building tunnels under the London for the Crossrail project and the result is some spectacular pictures. Check them out here.
The Port of Anchorage is getting a pretty massive update. See the details here.
Construction spending increased 1.1% in October. Check out the data here.
This paper airplane is made from carbon fiber – a space-age material. Plus it’s just cool. Learn more about it here.
The train center at the World Trade Center is going to cost $4 billion. The New York Times shares all of the details here.
Your windowless cubicle is really, really bad for your health. See the research here.
Health insurance is a tricky subject for small business owners. Learn the top four trends that may help you here.
Are you using social media to marketing your construction business? Here are seven easy tips to help you do it right.
Have you ever walked away from a customer who demanded a discount? This business owner did. Read their story here.
Was there something this week that we missed? Share it with us in the comments!