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Over the coming year, homeowner remodeling activity is projected to accelerate, keeping the rate of growth above its long-term trend\n\n\nread more\n \n
By the end of the year, Missouri\'s Transportation department expects to have a solar sidewalk installed at an I-44 rest area on Route 66.\n\n\nread more\n \n
Check out the July 2016 issue of EC&M.\n\n \n\n \n \n \n This issue features stories on a forensic investigation of an electrocution at a power supply manufacturer, human factors affecting electrical testing and measurement, how to recruit and maintain millennials in the construction industry, the important of as-built electrical drawings, choosing the right cable insulation for medium-voltage installations, the National Electrical Code, Code violations, residential service secrets, new products, and more.\n\n \n \n\n\n\nPublication Info\n\n\n\n\nread more\n \n
An employee of Kinder-Morgan died last week in an industrial accident at the Port of Fernandina Beach, Fla.\n\n\nread more\n \n
A federal workplace safety inspection of the Macy\'s department store in Aventura, Fla., by OSHA found employees at risk due to repeated and serious violations\n\n\nread more\n \n
If the service is a solidly grounded wye of more than 150V to ground but not more than 1,000V phase to phase, each service disconnect of 1,000A or more must have ground-fault protection [230.95]\n\n\nread more\n \n
Your work may require temporarily breaking an existing ground, bond, or neutral connection for operating equipment\n\n\nread more\n \n
At a particular manufacturing plant, a high-profit line experienced a particular breakdown about once every six months. \n\n\nread more\n \n
Over the past few years, the plant has experienced several unplanned shutdowns/outages in various areas\n\n\nread more\n \n
In Part 2, we looked at failure factors and concluded that you must address the results of cable testing rather than those factors. \n\n\nread more\n \n