This article was originally posted on Construction Citizen on January 22, 2018. To view the original article, please click here.
Construction is a relatively complex process that requires an enormous amount of preplanning, permitting, design, coordination, processing, bidding, purchasing, logistics, and approvals.
Immigration too, is a complex process and since the early 1890s when my grandfather came over from Europe, it has become more complex with a multitude of different colors, countries, preplanning, permits, certifications, bidding, coordination, chain migrations, DACA, dreamers, education visas, visitation visas, enforcement and approvals.
The American media and the politicians from the President of the U.S. down to the local elected officials and law enforcement officials are involved in the issue, which, like construction, is complex and in the end, very personal.
These blog posts were originally written for the Construction Citizen website over the last few years and are published here so that you can see what my current focus has been. I trust that you will find something of interest that you might either repost of comment on either here or on our website www.constructioncitizen.com