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All NYC Safety Newsletter – 7 Days Left 02/19/2018

All NYC Safety Newsletter – 7 Days Left 02/19/2018

TOP STORIES COURSE SPOTLIGHT & DEALS Less than 7 days left to be OSHA certified before the March 1 stDeadline!" Have you taken the OSHA 10 or OSHA 30 Training to meet the approaching March 1 st requirement? If not, you’re in luck as we have one 10-Hour OSHA for Construction course available on February 23rd & 24 th ! Register today and [...]
NYC Public Projects Boost Construction Starts to $38B in 2017

NYC Public Projects Boost Construction Starts to $38B in 2017

After a downturn in 2016, the dollar volume of construction starts in 2017 rebounded in New York City, helped by a surge in public works and institutional projects across the five boroughs. The Big Apple saw $37.78 billion worth of projects commence across all categories—residential, non-residential and non-building construction (which includes roads, bridges, tunnels and […]

NYC Construction Industry Becoming Even Whiter: Report

NYC Construction Industry Becoming Even Whiter: Report

New York City’s construction industry still has a lot of work to do to become more diversified. In fact, the composition of its workforce is moving in the wrong direction. The number of minority construction workers (those that identified as black, Hispanic or Asian) decreased by 5.4 percent to 147,917 employees in 2016 compared with […]

All NYC Safety Newsletter – New Year & New Laws 02/05/2018

All NYC Safety Newsletter – New Year & New Laws 02/05/2018

Welcome to ALL NYC SAFETY’s first ever Newsletter! In 2018 we are looking to continue to provide you with value far beyond just the training classroom. At ALL NYC SAFETY, we take pride in providing our students with the best safety training at the lowest cost. We are also here to help you navigate new [...]
NY Mayor Signs Construction Noise Measure

NY Mayor Signs Construction Noise Measure

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio on Jan. 17 signed legislation into law, authored by Council Member Ben Kallos in collaboration with the city’s Department of Environmental Protection, that aims to reduce overnight and weekend construction noise. The measure, 1653-B, lets inspectors take noise readings from the roadway or sidewalk, rather than requiring that the reading be […]

8 construction trends to watch in 2018

8 construction trends to watch in 2018

After a robust 2017, commercial construction companies are anticipating an even stronger 2018, with the majority reporting they plan to expand their staffs, according to Dodge Data & Analytics. As professionals seek to map out 2018 and beyond, there are a number of trends shaping the construction industry. Some are evolutions of past years, such as offsite […]