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July 2016, Vol. 37, No. 7

    • Sustain-Ability: Brownfields: Strategies to Know
    • AIA-MI Design Perspectives: The AIA Michigan 2016 Honor Awards
    • Mechanical: A Hat Trick at Little Caesars Arena
    • Electrical: SMC NECA's Electrical Industry Overview
    • Construction Technology: The Digital Tool Belt: Barton Malow on Cutting-Edge of the
      New Digital Jobsite
    • Construction Highlight: Good Vibrations at the Next-Generation Vibe Credit Union Branch
    Current  Archive    
    June 2016, Vol. 37, No. 6
    Thursday, July 14, 2016 ( reads)

    Glass/ Glazing: Building a House of Ice: Edwards Turns Glass into Iceberg Blue Magic; Bendheim's Channel Glass Becomes First to Receive Bird-Smart Certification for use in Bird-Friendly Architecture; Carpentry: Daiek Crafts Heavenly Doors for St. Paul Catholic Church; Construction Highlight: Planning the Perfect Pool: Stantec and Auch Company Create "Pool of Dreams" for Brighton High School

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    May 2016, Vol. 37, No. 5
    Thursday, June 02, 2016 ( reads)


    CAM Men's Doubles Recap; AIA-MI Design Perspectives: Higher Education: 10 Strategies for the Next Generation Campus; Economic Update: Michigan Construction Industry Employment Trends; Renovation • Restoration: Fifth Third Bank's New Downtown Detroit Headquarters; Site Work: Lake Michigan Excavating: Fast-Growing Company Tackles Fast-Paced Site Work Projects; Site Retaining Wall in Place at Detroit Events Center, Future Home of the Detroit Red Wings; Construction Highlight: Oakland University Elliott Carillon Tower Strikes the Right Note; Trade Spotlight: CASS Sheet Metal Installs Rare Crystal Titanium Roof

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    April 2016, Vol. 37, No. 4
    Wednesday, May 11, 2016 ( reads)

    Sustain-Ability: 16th Annual Michigan Energy Fair Announces Two New Partners; The 2015 CAM Annual Report / Annual Meeting & Tradeshow Recap; Masonry: Leidal & Hart Steps Up to the Plate for the Lansing Lugnuts; The Outfield Lofts: The Best Seat in the House; High Performance Masonry and Innovative Aesthetics; Workforce Development: 3D Workforce Initiative Set to Launch in June 2016; Construction Highlight: The Anatomy of a Building: Complex Renovation Brings Taubman Health Sciences Library into the 21st Century; Welcome to the New Taubman Health Sciences Library

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    March 2016, Vol. 37, No. 3
    Friday, April 01, 2016 ( reads)

    AIA-MI Design Perspectives: Building Codes; Sustain-Ability: First Energy Efficient Project in Oakland County Financed by PACE: Orion Township Beer Distributor Uses PACE Financing for Sustainability Project; Landscaping: Mother Nature Comes to the Office: eTitle's First Award-Winning Landscape Brightens the Big Beaver Corridor; Environmental: Net Zero Plus 30: The First New Zero Energy, LEED Platinum K-12 School in Michigan Takes Root in Farm Country; Construction Highlight: IBio: Wayne State Unveils the Cadillac of Biological Research Buildings

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    February 2016, Vol. 37, No. 2
    Tuesday, March 01, 2016 ( reads)

    Sustain-Ability: The Hidden Genius of Geo-Thermal Part 2. What is the Right HVAC Solution?; Flood Recovery: Join Southeast Michigan's Flood Recovery Efforts:An SOS to the Construction A-Team; Construction Safety: Working Safely Around Cranes and Heavy Equipment; Cranes / Lifting Equipment: From Mobile Hydraulic Cranes to Mobile Apps - The JJ Curran Family Equipment Dynasty Breaks New Ground Once Again; Construction Highlight: A Modern Sanctuary for Design and Engineering

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    January 2016, Vol. 37, No. 1
    Tuesday, January 05, 2016 ( reads)

    A Letter from the President; AIA-MI Design Perspectives: Thinking About Design Thinking; Business Taxes: Rx for 2015 Taxes: Review, Document and Prepare; Sustain-Ability: The Hidden Genius of Geo-Thermal-Part 1: What is the Right HVAC Solution?; Tools: Fasteners, Inc.: A Smart Company Brings Smart Technologies to the Jobsite; Michigan Construction and Design Tradeshow 2016; Construction Highlight: An Architectural "Anatomy Lesson": Lindhout and AIM Construction Create a Landmark Healthcare Facility for IHA

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    December 2015, Vol. 36, No. 12
    Friday, January 01, 2016 ( reads)

    Sustain-Ability: Eco-Works Recognizes 'Sustainable Champions’; Excavation: From Blighted to Beautiful; Embracing the New ADA: The Americans with Disabilities Act Celebrates its 25th Anniversary; YMCA of Greater Grand Rapids; The 2010 ADA Standards: Another Step Closer to Greater Accessibility; ADA Compliant Products; Michigan Construction Outlook 2016: Looking Ahead to 2016: Key Business Topics to Consider; Southeast Michigan Non; Residential Building Construction is Gaining Steam; Construction Highlight: Auch Company Rehabilitates Aging Macomb County Jail

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    November 2015, Vol. 36, No. 11
    Tuesday, December 01, 2015 ( reads)

    AIA-MI Design Perspectives: Design & Construction is a Team Sport; Sustain-Ability: The Benefits of Building Automation Systems; Metals and Steel: A Royal Project for Royal Oak High School; Security Integration: Ferndale Electric's SI Division: Taking the Pulse of the Systems Integration Industry; Construction Highlight: From Eyesore to Landmark: Renovated Fire Station Keeps Rochester Beautiful

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    October 2015, Vol. 36, No. 10 - 20th Anniversary Special Issue
    Sunday, November 01, 2015 ( reads)

    Kresge Foundation Headquarters: Rebuilding the Garden of Eden; The Albert: A Classic Invitation to Modern City Living; MSU Butterfield Hall Renovation: A Showpiece for the University's Western Edge; Oakland University Engineering Center: Engineering on Display; La-Z-Boy World Headquarters: Live Life Comfortably; Detroit Institute of Music Education: Capitol Park Turns on the DIME; Northville Health Center: A State-of-the-Art Facility in a Premium Location; Henry Ford-Dearborn Engineering Laboratory: Impresses with Design Elements Inside and Out; University Center at Ferris State University: Food and Fine Design; Cardinal Health Distribution Facility: From Brownfield to Dazzling; The David Whitney Building: Dazzling Detroiters for Over 100 Years; John D. Dingell Transit Center: Historic, Yet Modern

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    August 2015, Vol. 36, No. 8
    Tuesday, September 01, 2015 ( reads)

    INTEX 2005 Winners: ACT Announces INTEX Winners; Sustainability: Does Solar Really Work in Michigan? Construction Law; Competition in the Construction Industry - The Role of Non-Compete and Confidentiality Agreements; What Every Contractor Should Know About the Arbitration of Construction Disputes; Ceilings; Turner-Brooks earns INTEX Award for Cobo's Unique Ballroom Ceiling; Wood and Wire Mesh-PCP's Custom Ceilings at the New Oakland University Engineering Center; Construction Highlight: Built Braun Tough - High-Tech Theater Celebrates the New Ford F-150

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    September 2015, Vol. 36, No. 9
    Tuesday, September 01, 2015 ( reads)

    IAIA-MI Design Perspectives: Sustainable Stewardship; Sustainability: Unexpected Benefits of "Greening" Your Building's HVAC System; Features: The Importance of Business Succession Planning; City of Detroit-Non-Residential Construction Update; Insurance/Bonding: Cyber Liability Insurance: Growing Concerns for General Contractors, Owners and Subcontractors; Decorative Tile: Artisan's Naturally Beautiful Tile Graces New Birth Center; Construction Highlight: Bon Appétit at MSU's Landon Hall

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    July 2015, Vol. 36, No. 7
    Saturday, August 01, 2015 ( reads)

    AIA-MI Design Perspectives: The AIA Michigan 2015 Honor Awards; Sustainability is Policy at Powers Distributing: A Case Study in Corporate Responsibility; Mechanical/Electrical; From Polaroids to Robots: A Snapshot of Sani-Vac Service's 40 Years in Business; Detroit's First National Building Lobby: A Renaissance of Light; Bringing the First National Building Back to Life; Oakland County Development; Unemployment and Inflation Rates: Oakland County's Economic Weather Report; Oakland County's Big Four: Foreign Direct Investment, Life Sciences, Automotive and IT Tech; Children's Hospital of Michigan-Troy to Open Early 2016; Small is Beautiful at the New Bloomfield Hills High School; New Lessons in School Design at Bloomfield Hills' New High School; Seven Phases, 36 Months: Renovating Beaumont Hospital Troy's Surgical Suite; Welcome to Medical Main Street®: Bio-Grid Services Oakland County's Healthcare Marketplace; Construction Highlight: Western Michigan University Launches New Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine in Vintage Building

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    June 2015, Vol. 36, No. 6
    Monday, June 01, 2015 ( reads)

    CAM Testifies to Michigan House of Representatives; Safety Toolkit: Construction Among the Hoi Polloi; Strengthening Your Family-Run Business; Sustainability: Celebrate Energy Independence; Glass/Glazing: Glass Magic at the Qube, Ergo Robotic Solutions: Solutions for Every Glass Installation Need; Carpentry: Carpenters in the Making - Training that Pays at the Carpenter Apprenticeship Program; The Real Apprentice; Construction Highlight: The 96Fix: The Need for Speed

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    May 2015, Vol. 36, No. 5
    Friday, May 22, 2015 ( reads)

    CAM Magazine May 2015

    Safety Toolkit: Observing a National Stand-Down; Marketing On The Level: Three Compelling Reasons to Update Your Website; AIA-MI Design Perspectives: Why Design Education!; DTE First Utility to Offer ‘Real-Time’ Energy App; Roofing; Repairing Detroit’s Skyline: Detroit Cornice & Slate Resurrects St. Josaphat Steeple; Renovation / Restoration; Welcome Home: The Christman Company Returns to the Fisher Building; Restoring A Detroit Gem: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Moves into the Cornice & Slate Building

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    April 2015, Vol. 36, No. 4
    Wednesday, April 29, 2015 ( reads)

    Take a Closer Look: ICFs Offer ‘Positive Cash Flow’ in Energy Savings-Not Just for Foundations Anymore; Ever Thought About the “Health” of Your Business Taxes?; The 2014 CAM Annual Report; Roundtable Recap: State of the Construction Industry Roundtable Talks; 2015 Masonry Industry Construction; Masonry; A City and Craft Endures; Concrete; Building Antarctica - Amalio Begins Foundations for New Polk Penguin Conservation Center; Arisco Waterproofs New Detroit Area Gem in the Making; Concrete Moisture Mitigation Using Dehumidification; The Cadillac of Rehabilitative Care: Shelby Nursing Center Opens New Therapy Gym

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    March 2015, Vol. 36, No. 3
    Wednesday, April 01, 2015 ( reads)

    Health is Not a Building Type; Connect Here: Seven Online Resources for Energy and Sustainability; Earning Compliance from Your Workers; Lifting Equipmnent; The Bronto S 197 HDT: Jack Doheny Companies Services the Almost 200-Foot-High Jobsite; Alta Equipment Company: Fast-Growing, One-Stop Shop Excels In the Aerial Lift Market; Welcome Aboard: New Transit Center Opens in Dearborn

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    February 2015, Vol. 36, No. 2
    Monday, February 02, 2015 ( reads)

    Case Study: Energy Consumption Reduced by 86 Percent with LED Lighting and Advanced Control System; Environmental; Green Product of the Year – Suntuitive®: New Windows of Opportunity at MAREC; Demolition; Homrich: Brewster-Douglas Ready for Redevelopment; Adamo Tackles Detroit Residential Blight; Adamo Group Demolishes Fire-Damaged Factory in Detroit; WSU Advanced Technology Education Center: A Study in Sustainability

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    January 2015, Vol. 36, No. 1
    Thursday, January 01, 2015 ( reads)

    Letter from the President; AIA-MI Design Perspectives; Legislative Update; Lifecycle Costs and Consequences: Building Facilities that Succeed Today and Tomorrow; Sustain-ability: Energy Service Coalition Honors Detroit Zoo; Tools; A Warehouse on Wheels: Midland Tool Offers On-Site Tool Trailers for Industrial Projects; Welcome to the Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow; Tradeshow Exhibition & Floorplan Overview; Listing of Exhibitor Displays, Products & Services; CAMTEC Course Curriculum; South Branch Library: Soaring to New Heights; Safety Toolkit: When are you required to contact MIOSHA?

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    December 2014, Vol. 35, No. 12
    Thursday, January 01, 2015 ( reads)

    Michigan Contractors Benefit from PACE;  Site Work; D&R Earthmoving Successfully Tackles New Auburn Hills Development; Historic, World Famous Civil Engineer from Livonia Brings Potential Growth to Port of Detroit-Over 100 Years Later; 100 Years of Great Civil Engineering-The Panama Canal; Milestone Anniversaries; Michigan Construction Outlook 2015; Looking Ahead to 2015: Key Business Topics to Consider; 2014 Construction Recovery Shows a Stronger 2015; J.S. Vig and Integrated Architecture: Project Team Scores a Touchdown at Schembechler Hall

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    November 2014, Vol. 35, No. 11
    Monday, December 01, 2014 ( reads)

    Sustainability: Saginaw, Michigan Sited for Solar Manufacturing; Metals / Steel; The Magic of Metal; Camp Liberty Bridge Rehab; Education: Campus Master Plans; Planning for Success at Oakland University; Re-Imagining Kettering University; Under the Microscope: STEM Projects; Biomedical Research Building at WSU; Oak View Hall at Oakland University

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    October Special Issue, Vol. 35, No. 10
    Saturday, November 01, 2014 ( reads)

    Lowe Campbell Ewald Headquarters; Contractor: Turner Construction Company; Architect: Neumann/Smith Architecture; Belle Isle Nature Zoo; Contractor: KEO and Associates; Architect: Ehresman Associates; The Garden Theater; Contractor: Construction Logistics; (Joint Venture between The Monahan Co. and The Means Group, Inc.); Architect: Quinn Evans Associates and McIntosh Poris Associates; Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers Headquarters; Contractor: Wieland-Davco Corporation; Architect: Hobbs+Black Architects; Gateway Marketplace; Contractor: Dailey-Jenkins Joint Venture; Architect: Rogvoy Architects; "the Z”; Contractor: Colasanti/Sachse Joint Venture; Architect: Neumann/Smith Architecture; Delta College Health & Wellness; Contractor: Spence Brothers; Architect: Wigen Tincknell Associates Architects (WTA); Detroit Public Safety Headquarters Building; Contractor: Turner Construction Co. - White Construction Co. Joint Venture; Architect: SmithGroupJJR; Resource & Crisis Center; Contractor: George W. Auch Company; Architect: DiClemente Siegel Design, Inc.; Mary Idema Pew Library Learning and Information Commons at Grand Valley; State University; Contractor: Pioneer Construction; Architect: SHW/Stantec; Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church; Contractor: McCarthy & Smith, Inc.; Architect: Merritt Cieslak Design; Detroit Medical Center Harper University Hospital Surgical Renovation Project; Contractor: Roncelli MPS Joint Venture; Architect: HKS Architects, Hamilton Anderson Associates; Project Subcontractor Lists

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    September Issue 2014, Vol. 35, No. 9
    Monday, October 06, 2014 ( reads)

    Is Your Company Next?ICE is Targeting Construction Companies for Form I-9 Violations; CAM / ASSE Safety Leadership Conference; Sustainability: Heidelberg Project Finds Solar 'Security’ Solution; Insurance & Bonding; Cost Segregation Studies: Improving Your Cash Flow Through Effective Tax Planning; Protecting Yourself and Your Business from Severe Weather; Flooring; A Tribute to Bold, Beautiful & Elegant Flooring; A New Home For Castor Canadensis

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    August Issue 2014, Vol. 35, No 8
    Monday, September 01, 2014 ( reads)

    Safety Toolkit: Heat Illness; Is Inbound Marketing Right For You?; Sustainability: Thermal Imaging for Energy Loss Detection; CAM Successfully Launches Construction Industry Roundtable Series; Government Affairs Committee Legislative Update; Senator Mike Kowall: Making Business Happen; Construction Law; Managing Your Company’s Indemnity Rights and Obligations; Time to Update and Conform Construction Lien, Bond and Trust Fund Statutes; 15 New Products for Interior Design and Construction; New Products for Interior Design and Construction; A Contemporary Barn Raising in Brownstown Township: Re-inventing the Recreational Campus

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    July Issue 2014, Vol. 35, No. 7
    Friday, August 01, 2014 ( reads)

    Sustainability: A "No Regrets" Energy Policy Stresses Energy Efficiency for Michigan; U.S. Department of Labor Builds Enforcement in the Construction Industry; Mechanical; Established Contractor Uses PP-R Pipe for A/C Retrofit on 83-Year-Old School Campus; John E. Green Company Installs 21st Century Piping in Direct-Bury Heat Pump Application at the University of Detroit Jesuit High School; Meeting the Energy Challenge: Retro-Commissioning Michigan State University’s ‘Showcase Project’ - Anthony Hall; Getting the Big Picture at COMTEC; Woodward Avenue Revitalization; Woodward Avenue: The Re-Invention of an All-American Road; Restarting the Motor City’s Engine: Part of Ford Highland Park Complex Slated for Renovation; Keeping Southeast Michigan On Track:   M-1 RAIL Construction Slated for Summer 2014; The Dexter Wellness Center Opens on Baker Road

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    May Issue 2014, Vol. 35, No. 5
    Thursday, June 12, 2014 ( reads)

    SEMCOG'S Green Infrastructure Vision Will Help Re-Shape Region’s Environment; Sustain|Ability: Solar Professionals Now Eligible for RISE™ Certification Program; Roofing / Renovation / Restoration; 300 Weddings and a Roofing Project at Addison Oaks Conference Center; CASS Proves its Mettle at the State Capitol; Domino's Farms: A New Tech-Enriched Pizza Hub

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    April 2014, Vol. 35, No. 4
    Tuesday, April 29, 2014 ( reads)

    Mason Contractors' Association is On the Move; CAM 63rd Annual Doubles Classic Tournament Recap; Sustainability; Behind the Drywall Tour: Pushing the 'Envelope' with 2x4 Frame Construction; CAM Annual Report; Meet the New Board of Directors; Masonry; Baker Construction's Brick and Block at New Dearborn Train Station; Concrete; Standing Tall in Grand Rapids: Kent Companies Reaches the Top Ranks in Concrete Contractors; The Dailey Company: On the Fast-Track at United Shore Financial

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    March 2014, Vol. 35, No. 3
    Tuesday, March 25, 2014 ( reads)

    Christman and Rentenback Combine Forces to Extend Southeast U.S. Footprint; Marketing on the Level: Give Your Marketing a Health Checkup; Sustainability:Larson Electronic Releases a Solar Powered Generator with a Pneumatic Light Tower Mast; Construction Safety; Safety Training: It Depends; Fire Protection; Jackson Associates: Handling the Heat for Over Three Decades; Ace Sprinkler Helps Revitalize Downtown Detroit; A Novel Renovation at Pinckney's New Library: A New Chapter

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    February 2014, Vol. 35, No. 2
    Sunday, February 02, 2014 ( reads)

    Safety Toolkit: Stretching Your Way to Success; Marketing on the Level: Four SEO Sins to Avoid; National Engineers Week: February 16-22; Green Project of the Year Call for Entries; Introduction to Net Zero Residential; Environmental; Michigan Solar Solutions: The Solution Rises Every Morning; Weiss Construction: Experts in Construction Waste Management at the Detroit WWTP

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    January 2014, Vol. 35, No. 1
    Thursday, January 02, 2014 ( reads)

    Letter from the President; Safety Took Kit; Marketing on the Level; Sustainability; Rudolph/Libbe Develops Solar Array to Provide Power for the Toledo Zoo; The Indoor Weather Channel: Rising SPF Use and Higher R-Values; 30+ Essential Construction Products for 2014; Welcome to Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow; Tradeshow Exhibitors and Floorplan Overview; Full Listing of Exhibitor Displays, Products and Services; CAMTEC Course Curricculum; Michigan State University’s Dining Facility, The Vista at Shaw Hall, is Transformed

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    December 2013, Vol. 34, No. 12
    Wednesday, January 01, 2014 ( reads)

    Safety Tool Kit: GHS Training Deadline - Are You Ready?; Climate Change: A $10 Trillion Opportunity...Here and Now; A Book Review of Creating Climate Wealth: Unlocking the Impact Economy by Jigar Shah; “Envision” a More Sustainable Horizontal Infrastructure; Demolition Company Aids Cobo Center's Re-Invention; Excavation & Site Work; Hydro-Excavation Professionals Safely Uncover the Underground Grid; Michigan Construction Outlook 2014; Non-Residential Building Still Slow Despite Local Economic Improvement; Success in 2014: What it Looks Like for Contractors; Brighton High School: "Loud, Proud and Positive”

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    November 2013, Vol. 34, No. 11
    Sunday, December 01, 2013 ( reads)

    Safety Tool Kit: Propane Safety; Sustain|Ability: ZeroBase: Power on Demand; Metals / Steel; New Brighton Brewery: A Toast to Craftsmanship and Craft Beer; Retirement Construction; Welcome to Marywood: Culture Change at Skilled Nursing Facilities; 10,000 Baby Boomers are Turning 65 Every Day. Is Your Firm Responding to This Growing Market Opportunity?; An Attitude of Service in Senior Care Construction; Justice Has Been Served at The U of M Law Quadrangle

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    October Special Issue 2013, Vol. 34, No. 10
    Friday, November 01, 2013 ( reads)

    NSO Bell Building; Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum; Voyageur Consortium Academy; Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital - Organic Greenhouse & Interactive Education Center; The Crisler Center at The University of Michigan; Broderick Tower; Sangren Hall at Western Michigan University; Detroit Medical Center, Children's Hospital of Michigan, Pediatric Specialty Center; 2/42 Community Church; University of Detroit Mercy Law Clinic Center; Chelsea Community Hospital Addition and Renovation; Human Health Building at Oakland University; Project Subcontractor List

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    September 2013, Vol. 34, No. 9, Featuring Insurance / Bonding and Environmental
    Wednesday, October 16, 2013 ( reads)

    Safety Tool Kit: Job Hazard Analysis; Sustain|Ability: PACE Financing: A New Approach to Funding Energy Efficiency; Insurance / Bonding; Healthcare Reform... Are YOU Prepared To Help Your Employees?; Environmental; Getting in SYNC with Energy Efficiency: Iconic 20th Century Facility Heated with 21st Century Boilers; Sustainability and Skanska: Global Priority, Local Practice; Building a New Career Path at Monroe County Community College

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    August 2013, Vol. 34, No. 8, Featuring Construction Law and Interiors/Finishes
    Monday, August 05, 2013 ( reads)

    Safety Tool Kit: MIOSHA Inspections; Marketing on the Level: How to Turn Social Media into Social Marketing; Sustain|Ability:Attention Contractors: Finance ANY Energy Improvements with 'Michigan Saves'; Construction Law; Michigan's New Uniform Arbitration Act; When MIOSHA Comes Knockin' - An Overview of the Agency's Enforcement Process; Interiors / Finishes; ACT Announces INTEX Winners; Craft in Detroit: The Evolution and Execution; Walbridge Expands Ash Stevens Pharmaceutical Facility

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    July 2013, Vol. 34, No. 7, Featuring Mechanical / Electrical, Construction Management Education & Apprenticeship Programs
    Thursday, August 01, 2013 ( reads)

    One Year with My Chevy Volt - One Man’s Journey to an Energy-Efficient Lifestyle; Mechanical  /  Electrical; Knowledge is Power:  Advanced Building Systems Power, Heat and Cool Oakland University’s Engineering Center; Construction Management; Education & Apprentice Training; Operating Engineers; Local 324 JATF: Doing the Heavy Lifting for the Construction Industry; Skanska Offers Free Program for Small, Minority-, Woman- and Veteran-Owned Businesses; Redefining the Industry: The Sheet Metal Workers; Local Union #80 Training Center; An Upgrade in Law Enforcement: The New Detroit Public Safety Headquarters

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    June 2013, Vol. 34, No. 6, Featuring Glass / Glazing & Carpentry
    Monday, July 01, 2013 ( reads)

    Safety Tool Kit: Is Your Jobsite Prepared for an Emergency?; Marketing on the Level: There are No Mistakes, Only Lessons!; Sustain|Ability: EnerLogic 70 Recognized for Energy Savings & Excellence; Glass / Glazing; A Miracle in Glass and Metal at 2|42 Community Church; An All-Glass House Rises Along the Shores of West Michigan; Carpentry; Kulbacki's Millwork Graces Church Interior; The Neighborhood Club Recreation and Wellness Center: Get Well and Get Fit in Grosse Pointe

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    May 2013, Vol. 34, No. 5, Featuring Roofing and Renovation / Restoration
    Thursday, May 16, 2013 ( reads)

    Safety Tool Kit: 2013 Michigan Construction Deaths on the Rise; Marketing on the Level: Emerging Trends Can Make Your Website Work Harder; Sustain|Ability:  The Michigan Energy Fair Returns to Ludington; Roofing; CASS Sheet Metal Restores GAR Building Roof; St. Mary's Church Gets TLC; Renovation / Restoration; RAM Construction: Knowledge and Craftsmanship are Critical to the Restoration Process; Bridge Renovations at Meadow Brook Hall - Oakland University; Welcome Home to Ten West Lofts - Pontiac

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    April 2013, Vol. 34, No. 4, Featuring Masonry, Concrete, CAM Annual Report
    Tuesday, May 07, 2013 ( reads)

    New Changes to Construction Industry Indemnity Contracts; CAM 62nd Annual Doubles Classic Tournament Recap; CAM Labor Program Presents a ‘Right to Work’ Breakfast Symposium; City of Highland Park’s First Municipal Solar Street Light… a Community Collaboration; CAM 2012 Annual Report, 127th Annual Meeting & Tradeshow Recap; Masonry; Thumbs Up for Michigan Pavers & Walls; The “Wall Guys” Save the Caseville Resort & Marina in Michigan’s Thumb; Concrete; Amalio Fills a Tall Order at Cobo Center; University of Detroit Mercy: The Monahan Company and TMP; Architecture Construct a New Fitness Center

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    March 2013, Vol. 34, No. 3, Featuring Construction Safety & Healthcare Construction
    Friday, March 01, 2013 ( reads)

    New Changes to Construction Industry Indemnity Contracts; 2012 Lame Duck Legislative Session; Is there a Drone in your Future? Aerial Photos of Site Survey and Construction Progress is Easier Than You Think; Construction Safety; Construction Safety Leadership Conference: A Day to Benefit Safety Professionals; Healthcare Construction; Rethinking the Rules of the Game - Crittenton Hospital Medical Centers IPD Healthcare Project in Michigan; BIM in Construction: Cyber-Stroll Through a Future Building and Foresee the Hazards; Minimally Invasive Construction - Turner and Albert Kahn Complete Successful “Operation” at Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital

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    February 2013, Vol. 34, No. 2, Featuring the "Green Issue", Energy Efficienty, Green Project Award
    Friday, February 01, 2013 ( reads)

    The Safety Tool Kit: Safety Achievement Awards, Sustain|Ability: PowerPanel – A Revolutionary Solar Device, Energy Effifiency, Crisler Center's Full Court Press for Energy Efficiency, CAM''s Green Project Awards, CHASS, EMU Science Complex, MLK Jr., Senior High School, Damon Keith Center for Civil Rights,  Ground System Power and Energy Lab, Oakland University Takes Energy Efficiency to the Next Level Ideas

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    January 2013, Vol. 34, No. 1, Featuring Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow and Tools
    Tuesday, January 01, 2013 ( reads)

    january 2013 coverThe Monahan Company Celebrates 90 Years (1922-2012), Sustainability, Advanced Lighting Has a Bright Future in Michigan, Tools, Barton Malow Builds New Language Hub for MSU

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    December 2012, Vol. 33, No. 11, Featuring Recycling, Excavation / Site Work
    Saturday, December 01, 2012 ( reads)

    CAM Government Affairs Committee Legislative Breakfast Forum; Recycling; GreenWISE: Walbridge’s WISE Way of Recycling on the Jobsite; Sustainability; What is an Energy Saving Performance Contract?; Excavation / Site Work; Eagle Excavation Digs Deep at U-M Dorms; Webster Excavating Lays the Groundwork for Anchor Bay Dwelling; Michigan Construction Outlook 2013: Signs Point to Slow Recovery; Saginaw Valley State University’s (SVSU) Ryder Student Recreation Center Reaches Budget and Fitness Goals

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    November 2012, Vol. 33, No. 10, Featuring Electrical & Metals/Steel
    Thursday, November 01, 2012 ( reads)

    Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Local #1 and Lawrence Technological University Host Masonry Camp for Architectural Students; Energy Audit... Worth the Cost?; Metals / Steel; A Great Roof for a Great School - Royal Roofing’s Expertise in Standing Seam Metal Earns High Marks; Security Systems; A Security Briefing - Experts Give an Overview of Current Security Systems; Shaw Electric Company’s New Facility in Southfield is Stocked with Bright Ideas

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    October Special Issue 2012, Vol. 33, No. 9, Featuring 12 Outstanding Construction Projects
    Monday, October 01, 2012 ( reads)

    Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital & Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital; BAE Systems Sterling Heights Facility; Wayne State University, Chemistry Building Addition & Renovation; Berman Center for the Performing Arts; The University of Michigan Player Development Center for Intercollegiate Basketball; Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority Public Dock and Terminal; H-Project Battery Manufacturing Facility; The M@dison Building; Chrysler / UAW World Class Manufacturing Academy; Gratiot County Wind Project; Mackenzie Pre K – 8 School; Michigan State University, Molecular Plant Sciences Building Expansion

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    September 2012, Vol. 33, No. 8, Featuring Energy/Efficiency, Insurance/Bonding
    Saturday, September 01, 2012 ( reads)

    Michigan Builder’s Trust Fund Act: Lurking Beyond Construction Liens and Payment Bonds; Eight Reasons Why Data Center Engineering Needs to Change... And Why Your Business Success Depends On It; SUSTAINABILITY; Conserve Energy and Save Money with Low-Cost and No-Cost Fixes and Improve IEQ at the Same Time; Navigating Insurance and Surety Markets in a Recovering Economy; A Textbook Case for Energy Efficiency

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    August 2012, Vol. 33, No. 7, Featuring Construction Law, Interiors/Exteriors
    Wednesday, August 01, 2012 ( reads)

    Michigan Builder’s Trust Fund Act: Lurking Beyond Construction Liens and Payment Bonds; Disturbing Repose and Limiting Limits; Interiors / Finishes; ACT Honors 2011 INTEX Award Winners and Finalists; Greenprint for the Future; Designing with Recycled Glass Makes the Earth a More Beautiful Place; Achieving a Perfect Vision at FSU’s Michigan College of Optometry

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    July 2012, Vol. 33, No. 6, Featuring Surveying / Municipal Facilities
    Sunday, July 01, 2012 ( reads)

    On the Jobsite: George W. Auch Company and Wold Architects & Engineers Transform the Gateway Campus for Pinckney Community Schools; Safety Tool Kit: Is Your Safety Program (or Lack Thereof) Holding You Back?; Marketing on the Level: Four Good Reasons for Updating Your Website; Surveying; Kem-Tec: The Measure of All Things; Municipal Facilities; The Best Parking Spot in Town: Explore a Savvy Underground Parking Garage in Ann Arbor; Greenprint for the Future: Lake Street in Whitehall to Become Michigan's First "Green Road"; In Stable Condition: Royal Roofing Restores Belle Isle Stables; Industry News; The Latest Products; People and Corporate News

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    June 2012, Vol. 33, No. 5, Featuring Glass / Glazing & Carpentry
    Friday, June 01, 2012 ( reads)

    Ventcon Introduces KoolDuct; Glass / Glazing; Edwards Glass Brings Light to The University of Michigan Law School; Carpentry; Economic Wellness; Denn-Co Secures Henry Ford and DMC Contracts; Going With the Grain: How to Use Wood Sustainably; A.R. Brouwer Co., LLC Revitalizes Webers

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    May 2012, Vol. 33, No. 4, Featuring Roofing and Renovation / Restoration
    Sunday, May 20, 2012 ( reads)

    The Grunwell-Cashero Company: Past. Present. Future; 2011 CAMSafety Award Winners; Marketing on the Level: The Key to Key Words and Phrases; Government Affairs Committee Update; Roofing; CEI Michigan, LLC Provides True Craftsmanship to the Buildings of the University of Michigan; Growing a Green Roofing Business; Renovation / Restoration; A Material Nirvana in Novi - Drab Print Shop Becomes a Dazzling Corporate Office; Working Above the 45th Parallel - Butcher & Butcher Restores North Country Historic Treasures; Angela Care Center Accommodates the Need for Serenity with its Picturesque Campus

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    April 2012, Vol. 33, No. 3, Featuring Masonry, Environmental and CAM Annual Report
    Friday, April 20, 2012 ( reads)

    CAM 61st Annual Doubles Classic Recap; CAM Annual Report; Safety: Ergonomics on the Job; Four Tips for Social Media Marketing; JC Beal Brings the Broderick Back to Life; The Lights are Back On in Another Historic Skyscraper in Downtown Detroit; Masonry; Sparking Renewal:Restoring the Masonry of the the Durant Hotel; 2012 Masonry Outlook: Joe Neussendorfer Provides Masonry Straight Talk; Environmental; Barton Malow Gets a Second - and Third - Wind in Michigan’s Thumb; Catching Some Rays in Southeast Michigan; Achieving LEED Certification Produces Existing Building Benefits; Lessons in Sustainability: Henry Ford High School Goes Green; Industry News; The Latest Products; People; Corporate News

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    March 2012, Vol. 33, No. 2, Featuring Mechanical / Electrical and Construction Equipment
    Thursday, March 01, 2012 ( reads)

    SMACNA Names Matt Cramer National Contractor of the Year; Safety Tool Kit: Small Trucks and Business Operations; Marketing on the Level: To Blog or Not to Blog?; Mechanical / Electrical; Ferndale Electric Aids CHASS Clinic Near Detroit's Mexican Town; Ann Arbor's Tower Plaza Gets Much Needed Attention; HVAC Decisions that Slash Operating Costs and Raise Space Utilization; Construction Equipment; Allingham Corporation Uses "Big Rigs" on Tower Plaza; Sustainable Design and Construction Techniques are on Display at the New OCIA Terminal

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    January/Feberuary 2012, Vol. 33, No. 1
    Sunday, January 01, 2012 ( reads)

    A Letter to Our Membership From the President of CAM; On the Jobsite: Knowledge is Power at Expanded Manufacturing Facility; Construction Safety; CAM Appointes New Director of Education & Safety Services; Zeroing In on Safety Safe Practices Equal 0 Fatalities and Earn 0.0 Incidence Rates; Tradeshow 2012 Show Preview; Tradeshow 2012 Floorplan; Exhibitor Listings; Alphabetical Exhibitor Directory; CAM Magazine Green Project Awards; 2012 CAMTEC Catalog; Tool Talk at CAM's Michigan Design & Construction Tradeshow; Concrete; Critical Mass: Oakland University's New Human Health Building; Challenges of Concrete Surface Preparation Concrete Tolerances Laid to Rest; Grasscrete's Sustainable Paving System Debuts in Michigan; The Fort Gratiot Light Station Restored for Future Generations; Industry News; Safety Tool Kit; Marketing on the Level

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    December 2011, Vol. 32, No. 10
    Thursday, December 01, 2011 ( reads)

    Featuring Carpentry, Flooring and Michigan Construction Outlook 2012; Personal Protective Equipment Requirements - Good or Bad?; Planning Helps Control Website Costs; Monahan Restores Midtown Gem; Timber Systems and Wightman; Craft a Cedar-Framed Community Center; Images in Terrazzo – Paradise Valley Remembered; Michigan Construction Outlook 2012; Revitalizing Farmington Hills City Hall

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    November 2011, Vol. 32, No. 10
    Tuesday, November 01, 2011 ( reads)

    Safety Toolkit: A Fond Farewell; Untangling the Web: Marketing Terms Defined; Homrich Dismantles Old Cass Technical High School; Razing Ford Auditorium to Expand and Revitalize the Detroit Riverfront; Bierlein Masters the Art of Green Demolition; A Riveting Tale of Renewal: The Rebirth of a Lansing Landmark; Sustainable Principles Shape New Department of Human Services Building

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    October / Special Issue 2011 Featuring 12 Outstanding Construction Projects, Vol. 32, No. 9
    Saturday, October 01, 2011 ( reads)

    Detroit People Mover / Millender Center; Midwest Medical Center, Dearborn; Helen DeVos Children's Hospital; U of M Football Stadium Expansion & Renovation; Hillside Place Apartments / Michigan Tech University; Quicken Loans World Headquarters; University Prep Science and Math High School; Marysville High School; Washington Township Fire Station No. 1; Detroit Arsenal Administration Building; Marycrest Heights Retirement Community; Saginaw Valley State University College of Health & Human Services; Project Subcontractor Lists

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    September 2011, Vol. 32, No. 8
    Thursday, September 01, 2011 ( reads)

    Personal Protective Equipment Requirements - Good or Bad?; 5 Keys to Engaging Your Buyers; CAM Government Affairs Committee Formally Launched; Women at Work in the Construction Zone; Insurance / Bonding; Horizontal vs. Vertical Insurance Liability Limit Exhaustion; Renovation / Restoration; Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial Receives Massive Structural Preservation; DeMaria Building Company and Neumann/Smith Architecture Restore College Laboratories; Jaded by New Construction - Old Can Be Even Greener; George W. Auch Company and French Associates Renovate Avondale Middle School

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    August 2011, Vol. 32, No. 7
    Monday, August 01, 2011 ( reads)

    Marketing on the Level: The Power of the Press... Release; CAM-BIA Mid-Year Economic Forecast: A Successful Meeting of the Minds; DeMaria Transforms Education Building 2nd Floor at Henry Ford Health System; Construction Law; Tips for Starting a Business Enterprise; Michigan Supreme Court Expands Liability Exposure for Contractors; Potential Liability for Interference with Business; Interiors / Finishes; ACT Honors 2010 INTEX Winners and Finalists; Greenprint: The OLD as ReNEWable; University Presbyterian Church in Rochester Hills Lets its Light Shine; Safety Tool Kit

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    July 2011, Vol. 32, No. 6
    Friday, July 01, 2011 ( reads)

    CAM Connect a Huge Success!; Networking Event Recap at Willys Overland Lofts PLUS-Upcoming CAM Connect Events; Marketing on the Level; Direct Mail: Old School with a Modern Twist; Klochko Celebrates 60 Years in the Equipment Rental Business; Heavy Equipment; Blood, Sweat & Gears – Barton Malow Modernizes Dearborn Facility; Michigan Roadwork; On the Road Again – Quick-Acting Team Restores I-75 Roadway and Nine Mile Bridge; Greenprint for the Future - Context Sensitive Solutions: The Future of Road Projects; Event Center is More Than Just a CHIP Off the Old Block - CMU Shines from Improvements; CAM Welcomes New Members

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    June 2011, Vol. 32, No. 5
    Wednesday, June 01, 2011 ( reads)

    The Three Levels of Business Succession Planning; 2010 CAM Safety Achievement Awards; Crites, Tidey & Associates, Inc. Upgrade the Parking Lot at Chippewa Middle School with LED lighting; Go Blue! Curtis Glass Scores a Touchdown at "The Big House"; Universal Glass: A Partner in a Healthy Hospital; Modern Mirror is at the Top of Nordstrom's Shopping List; St. Andrews Episcopal Church Puts on its Sunday Best; Greenprint for the Future: When is Historic Preservation Greener than Building New?; Detroit Public Library Bookmarking the DPL's Newly Renovated South Wing

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    May 2011, Vol. 32, No. 4
    Sunday, May 01, 2011 ( reads)

    Allen Brothers, Inc. and LUMA Resources, LLC Honored at State of the Union Address; Public Safety and Operations Building Gets a Roof; 2010 CAM Safety Achievement Awards; Chem Link Introduces New Class of Single Ply EPDM Adhesive; Reducing Operating and Maintenance Costs for School Buildings; Creative Design Solutions for Medical Learning Environments – SHW Group Leeds the Way; Walbridge Joint Venture and Design/Build Teams Convert Bond Dollars Into Buildings; Fanning Howey Tracks Design Trends in Learning Space; Sustainable Schools on a Budget; Silver-Level Certification is Anticipated for Greenleaf Trust Building

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    April 2011, Vol. 32, No. 3
    Friday, April 01, 2011 ( reads)

    The Dow Kokam Facility Breaks Ground; CAM Celebrates Tradeshow and 125th Annual Meeting; Knowledge is Profit at IMI's "Green" Schoolhouse; Using Downtime to Improve Safety Programs & Bottom Line; Product Resource Guide 2011; Green Building Material Section; SDA and BRIVAR Deliver the First AARA-Funded Fire Station in the Country; Jobsite Safety Update

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    March 2011, Vol. 32, No. 2
    Tuesday, March 01, 2011 ( reads)

    Mechanical / Electrical; Excavation / Site Work; Letter from the President; Is Your Website Hurting Your Business?; Construction: The Movie – Ronnisch MICCO Star in Royal Oak's New Emagine Theatre; Best Practice for Pre-Task Plans – Safe for Everyone; Oakwood Healthcare System Delivers 213,000 sq-ft Addition; Rudolph/Libbe Creates First SolarWalk in the Nation; Moving from Industrial Plants to Native Plants at the Refuge Gateway; Renovation and Expansion at Mercy Memorial Hospital, Monroe

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    January/February 2011, Vol. 32, No. 1
    Saturday, January 01, 2011 ( reads)

    Letter from the President; AIA Detroit Announces Honor Award Winners; Experienced Contractor Launches DeMattia Construction, LLC; Beefing Up Your Safety Culture; Health and Hazards of Working in Dilapidated Buildings; Michigan Construction & Design Tradeshow; Making Life on the Jobsite Easier with the Latest Hand Tools; Hilti to the Rescue; The Art of Concrete; Using Concrete to Create Greener, More Sustainable Buildings and Infrastructure; Renovating and Expanding MSU's Wharton Center for Performing Arts

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    December 2010, Vol. 31, No. 11
    Wednesday, December 01, 2010 ( reads)

    DMC Growing in Detroit, Tornado Devastates Lake School District, How "Green" is Demolition?, Working on the BIM Frontier, Projecting the Construction Future of Michigan, Non-Residential Construction Struggles, UPSM: A Successful Experiment in Advanced Building Sciences

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    November 2010, Vol. 31, No. 10
    Monday, November 01, 2010 ( reads)

    Down on the Farm with Michigan CAT; Henry Ford Museum Upgrades Electrical System; Providing Power for New Battery Plant; Edgewood Electric, Inc., Pioneers Green Parking Garage; Building Expansion Underway at WSU; Winning the Steel Game at Greektown; Revitalized Universal Mall Enhances 12 Mile & Dequindre; Industry News; People in Construction; Product Showcase

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    October Special Issue 2010, Vol. 31, No. 9
    Friday, October 01, 2010 ( reads)

    Madonna University Franciscan Center for Science and Media; A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education; Greektown Casino; Gerald R. Ford International Airport & Parking Improvement; Hemlock Semiconductor Corp. New Administration Building; Karmanos-Crittenton Cancer Center; Rosa Parks Transit Center; Novi Public Library; Central Michigan University College of Education & Human Services; Eastern Market's Shed 3 Renovation & Restoration; Canton Center for Advanced Medicine & Surgery; Dequindre Trail Expansion Project

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    September 2010, Vol. 31, No. 8
    Wednesday, September 01, 2010 ( reads)

    NAWIC Magic Camp, Shelving Inc., Renovation, Restoration, Rackham Education Memorial Building, Fine Arts Building Facade, Commercial Building & Retrofit, Insurance, Bonding, Contractural Risk Transfer, Insurance Resource Guide, Eastern Michigan University Practice Facility

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    August 2010, Vol. 31, No. 7
    Sunday, August 01, 2010 ( reads)

    DPS School Construction Program, Construction Law, Michigan Builders Trust Fund Act, Michigan Construction Lien Act, ACT Honors INTEX Winners, Responsible Resilient Flooring, Rand Construction Builds Temple

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    July 2010, Vol. 31, No. 6
    Thursday, July 01, 2010 ( reads)

    NAWIC Skirts-n-Dirt, Michigan Turnaround Plan, MOCA Alliance Symposium, Ann Arbor City Hall Renovation, Environmental, Solar Panels, Rayconnect, Heavy Equipment, CAT D7, Diesel-Electric, WSU Marvin Danto Engineering Development Center

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    June 2010, Vol. 31, No. 5
    Tuesday, June 01, 2010 ( reads)

    Carpentry, Glass & Glazing, V.S. Vig Green Division, Glazing Economy, U of M North Campus Student Housing, Milford Fire Station

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    May 2010, Vol. 31, No. 4
    Saturday, May 01, 2010 ( reads)

    Plante & Moran Honored, NAWIC Block Kids, CAM 59th Doubles Classic, Energy Shield Spray Foam, Roofing, Walnut Creek Country Club, Cobo Center Roof Repair, Green Roofing, WH Canon, Brewery Park, Green Industry, Madonna University Franciscan Center for Science and Media

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    April 2010, Vol. 31, No. 3
    Thursday, April 01, 2010 ( reads)

    NI-CAD Battery Packs, Safety on the Jobsite, Letter from CAM President, CAM 125th Anniversary, Masonry, Designing with Higher R-Value, 2010 Masonry Outlook, Sustainable Masonry, RAM Construction and Turner Construction Participate in MIOSHA Initiative, Holy Grail of Construction Safety, Clayco, T.H. Marsh, Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missons

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    March 2010, Vol. 31, No. 2
    Monday, March 01, 2010 ( reads)

    Aquathermal System at Saginaw Valley State University, M2G Streamlines Boiler Usage, GreenPipe, Excavation at Van Buren Equalization Basin, University Prep Elementary School

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    January/February 2010, Vol. 31, No. 1
    Friday, January 01, 2010 ( reads)

    CAM 125th Anniversary, Frank Rewold and Son, Geothermal, Scaffolding, Vertical Access, Understanding Platform, Scaffoldling and Safety Requirements, Analyzing Fall Injuries, Construction Expo 2010, Concrete, Lafrate, Decorative Concrete, Spence Brothers Mega Pour at Wastewater Treatment Plant, Tools, Understanding Battery Options for Cordless Power Tools, Enhancing Sustainability Through Battery Recycling, Hilton Gardens Inn

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    December 2009, Vol. 30, No. 13.
    Tuesday, December 01, 2009 ( reads)

    Demolition • Technology Update • Michigan Construction Outlook 2010
    Fall Special Issue 2009, Vol. 30, No. 12.
    "Construction 2009"

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    November 2009, Vol. 30, No. 11.
    Sunday, November 01, 2009 ( reads)

    Electrical • Michigan Tri-City Construction

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    October 2009, Vol. 30, No. 10.
    Thursday, October 01, 2009 ( reads)

    Women in Construction • Metals/Steel

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    September 2009, Vol. 30, No. 9.
    Tuesday, September 01, 2009 ( reads)

    Insurance/Bonding • Flooring

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    August 2009, Vol. 30, No. 8.
    Saturday, August 01, 2009 ( reads)

    Interiors/Finishes • Construction Law

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    July 2009, Vol. 30, No. 7.
    Wednesday, July 01, 2009 ( reads)

    Glass/Glazing • Carpentry

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    June 2009, Vol. 30, No. 6.
    Monday, June 01, 2009 ( reads)

    Glass/Glazing • Carpentry

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    May 2009, Vol. 30, No. 5.
    Friday, May 01, 2009 ( reads)

    Roofing • Renovation / Restoration

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    April 2009, Vol. 30, No. 4.
    Wednesday, April 01, 2009 ( reads)

    Masonry • Landscaping • CAM Annual Report

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    March 2009, Vol. 30, No. 3.
    Sunday, March 01, 2009 ( reads)

    Construction Equipment • Excavation/Site Work

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    February 2009, Vol. 30, No. 2.
    Sunday, February 01, 2009 ( reads)

    Concrete • Tools

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    January 2009, Vol. 30, No. 1.
    Thursday, January 01, 2009 ( reads)

    Green Building Products • Construction Safety • Expo Show Issue

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    November 2008, Vol. 29, No. 12.
    Saturday, November 01, 2008 ( reads)

    Electrical • Ceilings

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