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We Kept America Building – AGC of America’s Special Report

This new special report details AGC of America’s response to the Coronavirus and highlights examples of how AGC has supported the industry during the pandemic.a


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Culture of CARE

The recent tragedy in Minneapolis reminds us that our communities are scarred and in need of healing. The construction industry has a responsibility to respond in a productive way by demonstrating that it provides opportunities for everyone to advance, prosper and succeed. Now more than ever it is important that construction sites and offices across the country be welcoming and inclusive places to work. In that light, we urge our construction industry partners to take the Culture of CARE pledge and work with us to continue building an industry that is diverse, safe, welcoming, and inclusive for all.


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