New construction worker pays a price for foreman’s work

A construction foreman who paid for a home to be built in his home town of Boca Raton, Florida, has been fired, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

The foreman said the home he bought in 2010 cost him $20,000 to build, the Sentinel reported, and he didn’t want to pay any more for it.

The Florida Department of Development and Planning said in a statement that it was investigating the incident.

“We do not have any evidence that the foreman violated any code,” the statement said.

“In this case, we are not sure if there was a breach of contract or an unauthorized act of third-party ownership.”

The forester’s office said it had been told that the construction foremen union was representing the construction worker and had offered him a severance package of $12,000.

How to fix a leaky roof

Construction is about to get a whole lot more expensive for those who live in Alberta.

The province announced Wednesday that it is reducing the allowable cost of building on the Fraser River by more than a third.

The cost of a $1.3-million roof will go from $600,000 to $450,000.

It also lowered the allowable costs of new structures to $500,000 from $650,000, meaning those who have a $100,000 roof could save an extra $300,000 over the next three years.

The new rule also lowers the allowable building cost per square foot for new structures from $2,000 for small to $1,000 in new developments, for new homes and for new businesses.

“There’s a big cost impact to the average person who is building a home, but the new rules for a lot of buildings, we’re going to have to change the way we’re doing it,” said Alberta Premier Alison Redford.

“We’re going back to the basics.”

In Alberta, building codes are enforced on a case-by-case basis, and those with existing permits can use the lower allowable cost guidelines to build.

That means the rules will likely come in handy for those looking to save on construction costs.

However, some people say the new cost rules are a step too far.

“It’s not a good thing.

It’s like a hammer to the head,” said Rick Wilson, owner of Wilson Construction in Red Deer.

“The whole process of building a new home is going to cost more. “

There’s a lot more work involved. “

The whole process of building a new home is going to cost more.

There’s a lot more work involved.

It takes more money.”

With files from The Canadian Press

Eagle Construction Construction Co. to start building a new $1.3-billion Calgarians housing project

The Eagle Construction Company, a Calgary-based firm, will begin construction of a $1,935-million $1-million affordable housing project in the city’s west, the company announced Wednesday.article “This is a very significant development in our community,” said Tim Kavanagh, CEO of Eagle Construction, a joint venture between Eagle and the provincial government.

“It’s an exciting project for the community and we’re very proud of it.”

Construction of the $1 million, three-storey, four-bedroom project, which will have a total of six units, will start next year, said Kavanag.

Kavanagh says Eagle Construction will begin building the affordable housing unit at the southwest corner of the corner of St. Joseph Street and King Avenue, near the city hall.

The project is expected to cost about $600,000, he said.

Kavanagh said the project will be a key component in Eagle’s future efforts to build more affordable housing in the area, which is considered one of the most affordable in the country.KVIA has reached out to Eagle Construction for more information.