This page offers media the most up–to–date information on hot industry topics including commentary and analysis on the latest trends in construction economics, the impact of legislative, regulatory and environmental issues on the construction industry, and the ways AGC is educating the industry on safety and health initiatives.
|3/10/2020||Trump Administration’s Final Apprenticeship Regulations Are A Wasted Opportunity For Addressing Construction Workforce Shortages|
|3/6/2020||Construction Employment Increases By 42,000 In February And 223,000 Over 12 Months As Industry’s Unemployment Rate Sets New Low For February|
|3/2/2020||Construction Outlays Soar In January To $1.369 Trillion With Large Public Works And Residential Gains, Modest Private Nonresidential Growth|
|3/2/2020||Autodesk and Associated General Contractors of America Equip Women in Construction with Properly Fitting Safety Harnesses|
|2/7/2020||Construction Employment Increases By 44,000 In January And 142,000 Over 12 Months As Industry’s Unemployment Rate Sets New Low For January|
|2/5/2020||Construction Employment Increases In 211 Out Of 358 Metro Areas From December 2018 To 2019 As Firms Struggle To Find Qualified Workers To Hire|
|2/4/2020||New Analysis of “PRO Act” Legislation Finds the Measure Will Disproportionately Hurt Union Contractors and Workers|
|2/3/2020||Construction Spending Dips In December As Nonresidential Losses Offset Housing Pickup; Contractors Foresee Gains In All Market Segments In 2020|
|1/24/2020||Construction Employment Increases In 34 States And D.C. From December 2018 To December 2019, While 29 States Added Construction Jobs Last Month|
|1/23/2020||Administration’s New Waters Rule Will Protect Vital Waterways While Eliminating Confusion That Threatened To Stifle Many Projects|
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