Significantly fewer construction firms are planning to make layoffs in 2012 than at any point in the past few years according to survey results released today by AGC and Computer Guidance Corporation. The survey, conducted as part of the 2012 Construction Industry Hiring and Business Outlook, shows many firms expect key private sector market segments to expand this year even as the overall outlook remains mixed.
New Edition! Includes: Includes Errata Sheet 1 and Change Sheets 1 thru 6 (updated thru 18 July 2011). This manual (EM385-1-1) describes safety and health requirements for all Corps of Engineers activities and operations, including Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) construction contracts. Following this manual will help all contractors working on DoD projects meet all the necessary safety requirements to ensure success on all their current and future federal projects.
AGC brings programs to you for early-career superintendents and project managers, as well as those looking to get involved with green construction and Building Information Modeling. We're offering a special discount on these programs for the month of May.
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