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April 12, 2017

Need a vendor? Reach thousands of suppliers and service providers in one place: AGC's official purchasing directory, Constructor Marketplace. This site places you in contact with vendors from more than 50 categories -- everything from acoustical and drywall to windows -- quickly, so you can get the materials or the help you need to get the job done right. Use Constructor Marketplace's free Request for Proposal (RFP) Automator to request custom project bids from multiple Marketplace vendors with just a few clicks.

January 5, 2017

Thursday, Jan. 19 from 3:30 pm to 5:00 PM ET

Register today for this 2017 regulatory overview webinar—helpful for all construction contractors with public or private work. It is complimentary for AGC members and $49 for non-members. Can’t make the webinar, but want to know more now? Click here for AGC’s Regulatory Road Ahead document covering major rules and issues between now and Inauguration Day. In addition, click here for AGC’s “Make Federal Agencies Great Again” document, detailing the association’s regulatory, compliance and enforcement plan for the Trump administration.

May 5, 2016

AGC members have every reason to believe they are constantly being threatened by a barrage of new regulatory initiatives. AGC is following more than 20 major rulemakings that impact the industry right now such as the “Waters of the US” proposed rule, the silica rule, the “ambush” election rule, the overtime rule (see next story for an update on AGC’s efforts), and the “blacklisting” rule to name a few. Today, the Competitive Enterprise Institute released its annual survey of the size, scope, and cost of federal regulations, and how they affect American consumers, businesses, and the U.S. economy.

April 21, 2016

<p>Court officials announced late last week that an AGC of America-backed lawsuit to block the Obama Administration’s misguided new silica rule will be heard in the D.C. Circuit Court.&nbsp; AGC, via the Louisiana AGC, filed suit in the 5th Circuit earlier this month to block the measure, arguing that the Administration established a new standard that is beyond the technological limits of current dust removal equipment. As a number of other groups filed similar motions in other circuit courts, judicial officials were forced to select a venue via random lottery.&nbsp; While the DC Circuit is considered less favorable than the 5th Circuit, some of the circuit’s prior case law does appear favorable.</p>

June 14, 2016

AGC recently launched ConstructorCast, a new monthly podcast that explores in depth issues affecting the construction industry.

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