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2021 construction trends
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Big Spender Non-building Projects Prop Up 2% Drop in Dodge Index 2021 Construction Numbers

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  Once again the push to green tech is playing a role in 2021 construction trends, as the stagnant building sector is still recovering from Covid 19 supply overhangs. But there’s still some good civil construction news for the remainder of 2021.  National construction numbers overall logged a 2% drop…
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Coated Spherical Purified Graphite (CSPG) and US Battery Metal Mining

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  There’s a hot “new” battery metal in the mining industry’s Electric Vehicle support race. It’s an anode-grade, all-natural-flake graphite that can match or surpass the life cycles of its synthetic graphite competitors, all while increasing energy kWh capacity, at a much lower cost.  In this article, the industry watchers…
crude oil supply
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Dealing With Keystone Shutdown Effect: Norilsk Nickel’s Dual Fuel Consumption Strategy

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  The possibility of 40% replacement of diesel fuel with LNG. Resource Erectors has been keeping a close eye on the Keystone shutdown effect since the Biden administration terminated the essential domestic fuel supply pipeline project. This executive order can potentially triple the cost of traditional fossil fuels. Afterwards, thousands…
COV cost of vacancies for your company
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The High Cost of Vacancies (COV) in Critical Positions at Your Company

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Calculating COV: The Business Impact of Talent Shortages COV, or Cost of Vacancy, is the most critical metric for determining the actual dollar impact of vacancies in key positions for industries across the board, and according to one leading HR expert, the COV metric is one quite often neglected. (more…)

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