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Utility Infrastructure

July 6, 2011
The premier event of the year for contractors involved in highway, bridge and utility construction is scheduled for November 10-12, 2011 in the Palm Springs Valley of California. The Highway and Utilities Contractors Issues Meeting will address the many issues that will be impacting your business over the next year and in years to come.
June 27, 2011
The House passed legislation this week designed to streamline the permitting process for oil and gas drilling in federal waters off Alaska. The legislation, the Jobs and Energy Permitting Act of 2011, requires the Environmental Protection Agency to take final action on a permit application in six months or less, and it would limit opponents’ ability to appeal permits.
June 12, 2011
The AGC-sponsored Common Ground Alliance held the final Education and Marketing Committee meeting before production of its new damage prevention process video commences next week.
May 26, 2011
AGC member and Municipal & Utilities Division Chair Mike Murphy (Turner Murphy Company, Rock Hill, S.C.) testified in favor of repealing the 3 percent withholding at a hearing before the Contracting and Workforce Subcommittee of the House Small Business Committee.
May 21, 2011
Rep. Pascrell (right) demonstrates the consequences of deferred water infrastructure maintenance with Sen. Menendez (left) and N.J. State Assemblyman Thomas Giblin (center). The AGC-supported Sustainable Water Infrastructure Investment Act of 2011 was recently introduced in the House and Senate. It would remove water and wastewater from under the private activity bond (PAB) volume cap, making it easier for up to $5 billion to be invested in water infrastructure annually.
May 12, 2011
This week legislation was introduced in the House and Senate that would remove water and wastewater from under the private activity bond volume cap, making it easier for up to $5 billion to be invested in water infrastructure annually.
April 14, 2011
LaHood Praises AGC as a Valuable Partner Secretary of the Department of Transportation Ray LaHood partnered with AGC to hold a press conference on the importance of underground damage prevention. This follows on the heels of an event in March where the Secretary kicked off National Safe Digging Month at CONEXPO-CON/AGG.
April 8, 2011
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood attended AGC’s 92nd Annual Convention in Las Vegas to discuss pipeline safety and federal investment in transportation infrastructure. 
April 5, 2011
At AGC’s 92nd Annual Convention held in Las Vegas, Nev., the Municipal & Utilities Division Contractors took the opportunity to learn more about one of the most unique construction projects that happened to be just outside of Las Vegas.
April 5, 2011
Oregon’s Lake Oswego Interceptor Sewer project was named the most significant construction project of 2010. The project’s contractor, Advanced American Construction, Inc., was the grand award winner while 19 other firms received the AGC’s Aon Build America Awards in other categories.


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