The GFCI is a fast-acting circuit breaker that senses small imbalances in an electrical circuit caused by the electrical current leaking to ground. If this imbalance occurs, the GFCI shuts off the electricity within a fraction of a second.
BOISE - Less than six months after allocating funds from the first transportation-revenue increase in nearly two decades, the Idaho Transportation Department is completing the first projects funded with the increase.
A pair of safety-enhancement projects constructing turnbays in north-central Idaho, and a project in south-central Idaho that extended the roadway's lifespan, giving drivers a smoother surface and better ride, were the first to be substantially completed.
The number of unemployed workers with construction experience dropped to the lowest total for September since 2000, as hiring continued to slow despite robust demand for construction, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials cautioned that the hiring slowdown most likely reflects a lack of available workers that could lead to project delays unless more students and workers join the construction sector.
CFMA stands for “Construction Financial Management Association”. It is an organization that is focused on serving & developing your construction financial professionals (Owners, CFO’s, Controllers, Accounting Managers, Accounting Staff, etc). The local Chapter is hosting an event that is open to nonmembers and guests. If you know of anyone that would benefit from this organization, including yourself, this is a great time to find out more about CFMA. Forward this message to your internal financial and accounting team today.
If you are in Eastern Idaho on November 2nd, we hope you'll join us for lunch! The Eastern Idaho Fall Luncheon will be held at the Idaho Falls Country Club, and over lunch you'll get a chance to hear INL's new Director, Dr. Mark Peters speak. This event is a great opportunity for our members in Eastern Idaho to get together. We hope to see you there!