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It’s a term that’s branded around aplenty, but ask most people to define sustainability and you might be greeted with blank looks. This is something which has donned the construction industry for years and in truth, it’s hugely important in the development of real estate. We were recently taking a look at the findings of Clay Hutson, a real estate agent in Seattle, who immediately raised the point that he was associated with Sustainable Seattle. It made us realize even more how much the industry appreciate sustainability and attempt to preach it – even if it might not always make…

The question of increased drilling is controversial, with many people pointing to what they say are unavoidable negative consequences of increased oil production. It is indeed the case that careless or disreputable developers can fail to observer established safety procedures, but the industry as a whole has worked with federal and state authorities as well as local communities to ensure that drilling and related activities are carried out responsibly. An expanded oil industry creates benefits not only for investors working with the JBH Consulting Group, but also for society as a whole. Here are some of the benefits that can…

If you are settling into a new job in industry after having graduated from college, or having moved over from another field, you may been asked a question about ultrasonic level sensors from your co-workers, your boss, or a client. After faking your way through that conversation, you googled it once you got back to your desk, and here you are, reading this article. In the spirit of helping out a fellow human being, we will explain what this device is, and what it does in the paragraphs that follow below. What is an ultrasonic level sensor? An ultrasonic level…

Photo by CC user Jmabel via wikimedia commons Being in the construction industry typically constitutes tough work and long hours. While there is usually no way of getting around that, one factor that can make the work a little less labor-intense is having the latest in online rental tools available for any particular job. Sure, many projects will involve the purchase of tools so that they can be used over and over again. But what about those construction efforts where you do not need a certain tool time and time again? Is it really worth it to buy it if…