Why construction is roaring into 2020

DAVID HELVESTON | January 2, 2020

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When you hear the Roaring Twenties, what comes to mind? I think of ritzy parties, black ties and flappers, and champagne flowing freely. I think of the New York City skyline rising from the ground and gritty construction workers carelessly eating lunch on a beam atop a skyscraper. As we head toward our own Roaring Twenties, New York's skyline is still very much shaped by the efforts of those workers who performed without the benefits of modern technology or our focus on safety.

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