By Christine Cube
The National Institute of Building Sciences recently held a three-part public hearing, bringing together veteran building industry experts to discuss the state of housing affordability.
There’s ample motivation to fix the problem, but it’s taken decades for us to get here. And the road forward isn’t easy to navigate.
“This is… more
By Christine Cube
On Monday, November 6, the National Institute of Building Sciences will host a day-long public hearing to discuss the state of housing affordability and solutions to bring down the high cost of housing for middle- and working-class Americans.
The public hearing will take place at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. It… more
Building America, a program of the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory, seeks proposals for multidisciplinary expert teams to tackle reducing greenhouse gas emissions, or decarbonizing, existing homes of several U.S. regions.
Projects will address technical challenges through field validation and demonstration,… more
A major increase in construction jobs has employers struggling to find enough crew workers to handle projects. In March, reports showed a plunge in construction opportunities. Now, a little over a month later, the issue is a lack of available workers to fill an influx of construction job openings. The problem has become so significant that some… more
Each April, Rebuilding Together brings together volunteers across the nation for National Rebuilding Month, an annual call to service, to help solve the urgent need for safe homes and communities for those in need.
This year, Rebuilding Together affiliates will work with over 14,000 volunteers – veterans, older adults, families, and disaster… more