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A Perfect Storm for the Building Industry

Constructing entrepreneurial advantage: consensus building, technological uncertainty and emerging industries

Richard Harris. Building a Market: The Rise of the Home Improvement Industry, 1914–1960.

Romania's Hardware and Software Industry; Building Information Technology Policy and Capabilities in an Transitional Economy

Building a Market: The Rise of the Home Improvement Industry, 1914–1960

The Evolution of the Green Building Supply Industry: Entrepreneurial Entrants and Diversifying Incumbents

Natural radioactivity in some rocks employed as dimension and decorative stones in the Nigerian building industry

From Buildings and Loans to Bail-Outs: A History of the American Savings and Loan Industry, 1831–1995

High-efficiency ventilation and heating systems by means of solar air collectors for industry building refurbishment

Battles on the Barbican: the Struggle for Trade Unionism in the British Building Industry, 1965–7

FOX BASSETT, Nigel (1929 - 2008), Commissioner, Building Societies Commission, 1993–2001; Member Council: London First, since 1998; London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 1993–99

SMITH, George (1914 - 1978), General Secretary, Union of Construction, Allied Trades and Technicians (formerly Amalgamated Society of Woodworkers and Painters), since 1959; Operatives Secretary, National Joint Council for Building Industry

BAINES, Frank (1877 - 1933), Consultant to Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., since 1927; late Director of Works, HM Office of Works, in charge of Royal Palaces, Houses of Parliament, Public and Historic Buildings, and Ancient Monuments, and all Works

BARNSLEY, (William) Edward (1900 - 1987), designer and maker of furniture and building woodwork; Adviser in woodwork design, Loughborough Training College, 1938–65; Consultant in Furniture Design to Rural Industries Bureau, 1945–60

SPENCE, John Deane (1920 - 1986), MP (C) Ryedale, since 1983 (Sheffield, Heeley, 1970–74; Thirsk and Malton, 1974–83); civil engineering and building contractor; director of various companies connected with construction industry

Sara E. Wermeil. The Fireproof Building: Technology and Public Safety in the Nineteenth-Century American City. (Studies in Industry and Society.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, in association with the Hagley Museum and Library, Wilmington, Del. 2000. Pp. viii, 301. $45.00

Mark Aldrich. Safety First: Technology, Labor, and Business in the Building of American Work Safety, 1870–1939. (Studies in Industry and Society, number 13.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 1997. Pp. xx, 415. $49.95

 

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Builders formed teams or companies. According to the vita of Symeon the Stylite the Younger, Isaurian masons lived in communities, caring for those team members who had lost their health ...

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