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Wednesday, September 28, 2022
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The Portland Cement Association (PCA) is a powerful and vocal advocate for sustainability, jobs creation, economic growth, infrastructure investment, and overall innovation and excellence in construction throughout the U.S.

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PCA to Showcase Importance of Resilient Building in Wake of Christmas Day Tornado

In an instant for so many in Birmingham, Christmas Day 2015 turned into a nightmare as residents dealt with the safety of loved ones and lost property following a violent tornado.

Organizations Rally to Rebuild Storm-Strong Home after Superstorm Sandy

As the area reflects on the three-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, many homeowners are still trying to return to some kind of normal life. A coalition has formed to assist one of those families, and to build them a home able to withstand future storms or disasters

PCA, FLASH to Rebuild Home Destroyed by Superstorm Sandy

Three years ago Superstorm Sandy caused mass destruction in the northeast. Today families are still recovering and looking to begin anew. An effort to help one of those families will officially commence October 27, as the Portland Cement Association (PCA), the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH) and the Insurance Information Institute host a groundbreaking for the rebuilding the Hellriegel family home, which was destroyed in the 2012 storm.

Business Real Estate Press Releases

Milestones

InstaMortgage is First to Launch Milestones Homeownership Portals for Client Enrichment

Milestones (milestones.ai), the all-in-one homeowner portal making it easier for consumers to buy, move, sell, manage and access mortgage services for their home, is pleased to announce their partnership with InstaMortgage

Recent Gov & Nonprofit Real Estate Press Releases

AGC

CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT GROWS IN 246 OF 358 METRO AREAS FROM AUGUST...

Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Texas, Muskegon, Mich., Bloomington, Ill. Have Largest 12-Month Gains; Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Fla. and Richmond, Va. Experience the Worst Year-over-Year Decreases