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May 23, 2022
  Annual Survey by HCSS and Associated General Contractors of America Finds Drivers and Passengers are at Greater Risk of Injury and Death in Work Zone Crashes, As Officials Urge Drivers to Be Careful this Summer Sixty-four percent of highway contractors report that motor vehicles had… Read More

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AGCofAmerica · ConstructorCast - Winning the War on Talent   Struggling to find enough workers? On this episode, three young construction professionals share their insights about how they made a decision on a full-time position and why their selected firms stood out.  Guests include… Read More
June 6, 2022
  Rapidly rising hourly earnings enabled the construction industry to add 36,000 employees in May, but a record number of job openings going into the month suggests contractors want to hire even more workers, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of new… Read More
June 3, 2022
  Nearly three-quarters of federal contractors report they will stop bidding on federal projects if the Biden administration were to follow through on its plans to impose government-mandated project labor agreements according to the results of a survey of firms released today by the… Read More
June 2, 2022
Consensus doesn’t mean unanimity. ConsensusDocs is the first and only broad-based coalition in the United States that publishes standard construction contract documents. ConsensusDocs has existed for over 14 years and has grown to over 40 construction organizations, including the three largest… Read More
June 1, 2022
  Spending on nonresidential construction projects declined for the second month in a row in April as contractors coped with an all-time high for job openings, according to an analysis the Associated General Contractors of America released today of federal spending data. Association officials… Read More
June 1, 2022
  Construction employment increased in two-thirds of U.S. metro areas between April 2021 and April 2022, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of new government employment data. Association officials noted that a lack of qualified workers kept employment… Read More
May 31, 2022
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), recently announced an extension of the Form I-9 flexibilities first announced in March 2020 and updated in March 2021. On February 18, 2022, President Biden issued a notice on the continuation of the state of… Read More
May 26, 2022
Handouts Now Available on AGC.org The AGC Labor and Employment Law Council held its 37th Annual Construction Labor Law Symposium on May 5-6, 2022, in Washington, DC. The Council is a group of attorneys who regularly represent AGC members and chapters in labor and employment matters, and its annual… Read More
May 26, 2022
AGC of America’s Union Contractors Committee will hold its next quarterly virtual meeting  on June 21, 2022, at 3:00 p.m. EASTERN Daylight Time.  All interested AGC members and chapter staff are invited.  The meeting is not open to nonmembers.  The agenda will include updates… Read More
May 26, 2022
  Annual Survey by HCSS and Associated General Contractors of America Finds Drivers and Passengers are at Greater Risk of Injury and Death in Work Zone Crashes, As Officials Urge Drivers to Be Careful this Summer Sixty-four percent of highway contractors report that motor vehicles had… Read More
May 23, 2022