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👷🏼DOB Updates – September 2021

👷🏼DOB Updates – September 2021

Update #13: Occupancy Submissions Department of Buildings staff are working to address the high volume of occupancy submissions that have been received since the expansion of DOB NOW: Build on March 1, 2021. A Service Notice will be posted weekly to provide current service levels. Re-inspection Fee Change Effective August 13, 2021, the fee for […]

‘Lean In’ circles help women in construction navigate bias

‘Lean In’ circles help women in construction navigate bias

Bethany Mayer didn’t want to go back to work after learning that a fellow ironworker insinuated that women like her didn’t belong there. Jordyn Bieker, an apprentice sheet metal worker in Denver, said she felt uncomfortable that her foreman asked her pointed questions about being gay. Yunmy Carroll, a veteran steamfitter, said a worker at […]

Nearly $7.5M in stolen wages going back to NYC workers, comptroller says

Nearly $7.5M in stolen wages going back to NYC workers, comptroller says

Hundreds of Big Apple workers are getting nearly $7.5 million in stolen wages back, says city Comptroller Scott Stringer. The funds owed to more than 400 workers were uncovered through the comptroller office’s Bureau of Labor Law, which enforces prevailing wage and benefit rates for construction workers employed by city contractors on public work projects. […]

Ida triggers massive flooding across Northeast

Ida triggers massive flooding across Northeast

A Queens, New York, resident whose two neighbors died due to flooding in the area told CNN’s Chris Cuomo that federal aid is needed “now,” because the situation is very “unsafe.” “Death is upon us,” Amrita Bhagwandin said. “There is only sadness, and it’s just overwhelming. So, where we are is that we have to […]