Workers’ Compensation Costs Remain High in Washington

January 8, 2018

Recently, the National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI) released its annual report on workers’ compensation benefits and costs for each state using data from 2015, the most recent year available. Washington’s workers’ compensation benefits were […]

Fan Installation Guidelines

January 8, 2018

To ensure the proper fan performance as catalogued, caution must be exercised in fan placement and connection to the ventilation system. Obstructions, transitions, poorly designed elbows, improperly selected dampers, etc., can cause reduced performance, excessive […]

On Leadership: Building a Mentoring Culture

November 3, 2017

If you’re like me, you didn’t get to where you are in life without someone mentoring you. Had it not been for the strong guidance and personal involvement of at least a half-dozen very good […]

How Not to Use a Claim of Builders’ Lien

November 3, 2017

A builders’ lien can be a powerful tool for contractors to protect themselves from being unpaid for their work. However, a lien is used improperly if it attempts to extract additional payments that are not […]

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