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Pandemic Has Halted Or Delayed Projects For 28 Percent Of Contractors, Survey Finds; New Senate Relief Bill Will Provide Some Help For Industry
Autodesk and Associated General Contractors of America Equip Women in Construction with Properly Fitting Safety Harnesses
Grant Program Provides More Than 300 Women with Harnesses that are Better Designed to Fit & Recruit More Women into Industry
Construction Spending Declines 0.8 Percent In October As Decrease In Public And Private Nonresidential Construction Outweighs Strong Pickup In Homebuilding
Association Urge Quick Resolution to Trade Disputes and Uncertainty that are Contributing to Slower
U.S. Economic Growth, Causing a Wide Variety of Businesses to Delay or Cancel Construction Projects
CONSTRUCTION SPENDING DECLINES 0.8 PERCENT IN OCTOBER AS DECREASE IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION OUTWEIGHS STRONG PICKUP IN HOMEBUILDING
Columbus, Ohio's National Veterans Memorial and Museum Named Best Construction Project of 2018 by National Trade Association
Columbus, Ohio’s National Veterans Memorial and Museum was the most significant construction project of 2018, the Associated General Contractors of America announced today. As a result, the project’s contractor, Turner Construction Company, received the association’s Construction Risk Partners Build America Grand Award, as well as the award for the best new building between $10 to $75 million.
Grab Your Hat and Boots…and join your fellow construction industry professionals at the 97th Annual AGC Convention, March 9-11, 2016 at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio.
Get Involved with AGC: Share your Expertise & Advance the Industry
Deadline to complete interest form: November 30
The history of the consulting constructor and their impact on this country and around world stands as a testament to the valued and unparalleled expertise which individuals have brought to the construction community. The purpose of the Council is to recognize those in our industry who have made significant contributions to the quality and professionalism associated with commercial construction professionals.
Many in the industry have risen to prominence from small companies, while still others made their way in some of this country’s largest construction businesses. Yet today, and despite their chosen paths, each maintains an emphasis on quality of deliverables and a desirable, mutually beneficial relationships with customers and clients for a job well done.
The 2021 CCC Gala, with a theme of “Hot Havana Nights” started with a goal of raising $100,000 for student education in the Construction industry. Within two hours the group met that goal and exceeded it times four including generous donations of $250,000 by Procore’s HBCU challenge fund, a $62,500 donation and new scholarship fund established with AGC Georgia, and a $25,000 HBCU fund donation by Bob Bowen.