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.
|8/8/2007||AGC SUPPORTS BRIDGE RECONSTRUCTION PROGRAM UNVEILED BY HOUSE TRANSPORTATION CHAIRMAN|
|8/7/2007||NLRB STRIKES DOWN AGREEMENT TO REQUIRE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR TO SIGN PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENT|
|8/2/2007||Statement from the Associated General Contractors of America on the I-35 Bridge Collapse|
|7/24/2007||INDUSTRIES UNITE TO ADDRESS LOOMING TRANSPORTATION CRISIS|
|7/11/2007||BUDGET FORECAST SHOWS POTENTIAL FOR $16 BILLION IN CUTS TO HIGHWAY FUNDING - WILL HAMPER STATES' ABILITIES TO IMPROVE INFRASTRUCTURE|
|6/29/2007||ROBUST' NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION 'OVERPOWERED' HOUSING SLUMP, AGC SAYS|
|6/28/2007||SENATE VOTES TO QUIT RATHER THAN FIGHT ON IMMIGRATION BILL|
|6/8/2007||SENATE'S IMMIGRATION VOTE DISAPPOINTS AGC|
|6/1/2007||JOBS REPORT SHOWS NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION IS STILL HOT, AGC SAYS|
|6/1/2007||JOBS REPORT MAY UNDERSTATE NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION GAIN, AGC SAYS|
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