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Water Damage and Mold Concerns Close San Jose State University Building
Water Damage and Mold Concerns Close San Jose State University Building
9/22/2014 5:38:27 PM
Late last month, NBC Bay Area reported that San Jose State University has closed one of its buildings to teachers and students.  The closure occurred at the Dwight Bentel Hall which houses the School of Journalism and Mass Communications just as the new semester was getting underway. According to the report, the closure was the result of a steam leak under the building and …
Deputy Files Lawsuit due to Mold Problems in Orleans Parish Prison
Deputy Files Lawsuit due to Mold Problems in Orleans Parish Prison
9/22/2014 9:43:11 AM
Recently, WDSU News reported that a sheriff’s deputy has filed a lawsuit against the Orleans Parish sheriff claiming deputies and inmates were exposed to mold.  According to the article, the deputy’s attorney has stated that their client has been working in the Orleans Parish Prison and Criminal District Courthouse where contractors have been remediating the buildings for …
UK Government Makes It Easier for a Contractor to Do Business with Them
UK Government Makes It Easier for a Contractor to Do Business with Them
9/22/2014 5:40:02 AM
One of the biggest advantages associated with a new bill introduced by the UK government is that any business dealings with the government itself become much more streamlined and inherently efficient. A contractor who wishes to establish themselves as a small business enterprise can have a much more direct access to this potentially lucrative market as a consequence of …