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Can You Dig It with Brian Pedersen

Brian Pedersen

About Brian Pedersen

Brian Pedersen writes about all kinds of issues related to construction. Though not a construction worker by trade, he loves to see how things are built and is fascinated by the art of digging in the dirt. Often you find him tromping through the dirt at sites for multi-story hospitals to baby-sized barns. He should have a hard hat with his name permanently etched on the back and a list of all the sites he´s visited and stories he´s written about them. But his head is just not that darn big.

A short-sighted measure

At what point does regulation trump safety?

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Is age-restricted housing on the way out for younger generations?

Who will live in the 55-and-older communities once the baby boomers pass on?

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If they arrived in a cape, would you really be surprised?

Comic-Can!
The Comic Book Edition is the super hero theme for this year's Canstruction Greater Lehigh Valley event.

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The benefits of on-site training

To advance in a career, training is critical.

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Physical bank branches still have their place

As technology continues its transformation of the way people do business, that same trend can be seen in the newest brick-and-mortar banks that open.

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Luxury apartments continue their growth

Construction of apartments continues to be on the upswing, with many projects around the Greater Lehigh Valley either proposed, under construction or opening.

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Silk Mill marks a turning point

Easton has been on an economic upswing the past couple of years, and one project is shaping up to be a significant addition to the city's resurgence.

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Give back without spending a dime

The importance of giving back is often overlooked, particularly when it comes to donating supplies and volunteering time, as opposed to writing a check.
The former often can have more positive and lasting effects than the latter.

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The cost of a bad hire really adds up

The cost of a bad hire, that person your company hires who just doesn't work out, can be quite costly.

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A goal achieved: new use for historic working farm

For one local property owner, the goal of restoring a historic gem close to her heart now has been achieved.

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