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All licensed architects in the State of Missouri must complete 24 hours of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) every two years.  Renewals are biennial.  All architects originally licensed in an even year will be required to renew their license by December 31st every even year.  Architects licensed in odds years renew December 31st of odds years.  Architects licensed less than one year by the first renewal date are not required to report CEUs.   Of ...
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If you live in or work on a Pre-1978 home, this video is for you. Lead is a major hazard. Save kids, work safe. 
 
 
How can continuing education providers serve you better?
  No matter what your profession, if you want to be the best, you have to be a Knowledge Leader. Knowledge is the most powerful tool contractors, architects, and design professionals have in their belt, but without proper maintenance knowledge will rust and become dull just like any other piece of equipment.   “Those people who develop the ability to continuously acquire new and better forms of knowledge that they can apply to their work and to t...
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This is a great graphic outlining the major hazards on a construction site. Stay safe out there. 
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#Estimating accurately has a huge impact #Construction   profitability. Check out these tips for #betterestimating  that can really help your #constructionbusiness  
  4 Common Errors in Construction Estimating and Their Solutions. by: Josh Francis Instructor/Product Manager at Certified Training Institute   Construction estimating and bidding is one of, if not the, most important factors for contractors to consider when taking on a new project. As a contractor we are constantly playing the balancing act when estimating and bidding jobs. Here are a few of the most common errors in estimating, and ways to make...
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Whether you have been breaking your back on the job for years, or you are fresh young face looking to build a name in the building and construction industry, getting your builder’s license can only help you on your path to success. The process for getting your builder’s or contractor’s license varies from state to state, but no matter your location there are resources available for getting licensed.   Here are the steps involved in getting a buil...
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It takes a strong individual to be a builder or contractor, both physically and mentally. The stress of managing a business, running a job-site, tracking deadlines, scheduling deliveries, not to mention selling jobs, is not a career for the faint of heart. Add a family on top of all that, and even superman himself might need a little help. That is where we, as strong and supportive wives, can make all the difference. There are several things a sp...
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How can continuing education providers serve you better?
  No matter what your profession, if you want to be the best, you have to be a Knowledge Leader. Knowledge is the most powerful tool contractors, architects, and design professionals have in their belt, but without proper maintenance knowledge will rust and become dull just like any other piece of equipment.   “Those people who develop the ability to continuously acquire new and better forms of knowledge that they can apply to their work and to t...
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Managing stress on the construction site can be extremely difficult, but there are ways to make it simple. 
The definition of stress is an ”adverse reaction to excessive pressure”. Who hasn’t, at one time or another, just wanted to jump in the truck and head to the bar? The effects of construction jobsite stress can lead to dissatisfaction, difficulty concentrating, sleeping, strains on family life and social relationships. All the while placing you at risk on the jobsite. It’s a never ending cycle: the demands of the job lead to physical and psycholog...
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