Laurie Moore was the only woman on the board of the Midwest Roofing Contractors Association when she was tapped to head up a group for women in roofing. She hasn’t looked back.
Author: Amy Bourne
“Hard Hatted Woman”, a documentary about the experience of women working in the trades today, will be released in 2020. Here is FUEL’s conversation with the creator.
The manic days of summer are over, along with big crowds at natural spots, crazy drivers blaring loud bass, and blazing temps. It’s a great time for a road trip.
FUEL is a fan of any company that goes above and beyond the call of duty to support construction and skilled trades. Outdoor and construction clothing brand Carhartt is a shining example of this.
Tara Garner officially started Under Construction Photography in 2015, but the seed was planted much earlier in her life. FUEL talked to her about her—and her family’s—history in construction.
The first step to avoiding a mistake when shopping for time tracking software is to look in the right places beforehand and to ask the right questions of both the vendor and your team.
Insufficient sleep costs industries a lot of money, according to Safwan Badr, MD, past president of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Why? We’re less productive—and more accident-prone—when we get less sleep.
Today you can shop, bank, or play video games on the little rectangular device you keep in your pocket. You can also walk through apparently three-dimensional castles and fight three-dimensional … more
Stress: the downside of being an adult, and of work (even when we like our jobs). Bad drivers, uncooperative co-workers, high-maintenance clients, illness, and inclement weather—stressors, work-related or not, are … more