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AGC: Cars crashed into 45% of highway contractors’ work zones in 2013
Vehicles crashed into 45 percent of highway contractors’ work zones in the past year, according to the study results released ...
Contractors urged to send hardhats to their Congressmen in campaign to fix Highway Trust Fund
A group of associations and labor unions is working to alert Congress to the looming insolvency of the Highway Trust ...
Wisconsin contractors are having a hard time making quality hires as demand grows
Like their peers across the country, Wisconsin contractors are preparing for a sizable increase in work in 2014. According to ...
Al Landes, president and COO of Missouri’s Herzog Contracting, named AGC of America president
Industry veteran Alan Landes has been named Associated General Contractors of America's 2014 president. Landes was installed at the close of ...
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AGC-backed .Build domain name could give contractors a larger presence online
Very soon, rather than construction business' Web address ending in a boring ".com" or ".net," contractors in the U.S. will ...
FIU professor says Florida’s worker shortage is temporary due to likelihood of wage increases
Like their peers across the U.S., contractors in Florida are facing a shortage of skilled workers, as a report from Florida ...
More funding, charter schools part of AGC’s plan to thwart construction’s skilled worker shortage
During an event at the Washburn Institute of Technology in Topeka, Kansas, the Associated General Contractors of America unveiled its plan to ...
AGC 2014 construction forecast predicts improved hiring and pay with increased demand and equipment purchases
The Associated General Contractors of America released their 2014 construction industry forecast Tuesday, reporting the results of an in-depth survey ...
San Antonio AGC president says he plans to “double down” on solving skilled worker shortage
During a banquet Tuesday, the newly-installed 2014 president of the Assocaited General Contractors of America's San Antonio chapter said the ...
AGC’s Simonson: 2014 holds more projects and tame materials prices but also continued worry over the labor shortage
More projects to bid, "tame" materials prices and an increased concern over the availability of labor and skilled workers are ...
Three construction economists forecast growth in construction spending through 2017, note causes for concern
Giving their opinions on how they see things shaking out in the remainder of 2013 and how things will shape ...
Will recruiting Millennials to the construction and manufacturing industries prove impossible?
Last week we told you about a survey by Associated General Contractors of America in which 74 percent of contractors ...
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VIDEO: Workers leap to safety from burning boom lift 6 stories up
Ram says Ford Super Duty's claim to towing throne isn't fair
Cummins unveils X12, X15 engines for 2017, rebrands heavy-duty lineup
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Construction firm’s in-house machine control software the first step toward automated ...
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