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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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AGC: 74% of U.S. construction firms having trouble finding skilled workers; most expect trend to continue
A recent survey done by Associated General Contractors of America found that 74 percent of construction companies are having ...
Opinion: Why I write about Global Warming on a construction equipment site
A reader from Europe recently asked why I spend a lot of time blogging about global warming and other ...
Construction materials prices slip slightly in June, up 1.5% annually
The average cost of materials used by the construction industry plus items consumed by contractors such as diesel fuel ...
Construction industry lobbyists continue to fight for more guest worker visas as immigration bill moves to House
As the House of Representatives prepares to consider the immigration bill that recently passed the Senate, construction industry lobbyists ...
Utah leads U.S. in decline of construction deaths, D.C. tops list of injury declines
Construction deaths declined at a faster rate in Utah between 2008 and 2011 than in any other state, according ...
Construction economists: spending on slow upward march, housing has long way to go
There are several pluses and minuses in today’s construction spending front, although the overall picture is trending upwards, agreed ...
Let’s make construction work zones safer. It can be done.
A whole lot of highway contractors who work on our roads want to see tougher laws, fines and legal ...
Construction materials prices flat in March as diesel price drop negates lumber and plywood increases
According to the latest Producer Price Index from Associated General Contractors of America, the prices for construction materials were ...
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Crane co.’s overweight haul hit with biggest ticket in R.I. history (VIDEO)
VIDEO: The Dumphoe was half excavator, half site dumper in one weird little machine
Chevy attacks F-Series aluminum with new bed test, other videos; Ford rolls eyes
Volvo’s new PL3005E pipelayer lifts more, converts to excavator with no power loss
Ram 5500 chassis cab gets a few improvements for 2018 (VIDEO)
An easy lift, a deadly fall
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Hood scoop key piece in Chevy’s creation of its most powerful ...
by Wayne Grayson
Volvo’s LX1 hybrid loader prototype achieves a 50% fuel efficiency gain ...
by Marcia Gruver Doyle
Ram unveils new Big Horn Black, Sport HD packages for 2018 ...
by Equipment World Staff
3.0L found in Land Rover SUVs will reportedly power Ford’s 2018 ...
by Tom Quimby
John Deere updates L-Series backhoes with improved controls, new rear coupler ...
by Wayne Grayson
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