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.
|12/10/2007||INDUSTRY-RECOGNIZED EDUCATION PROGRAMS DELIVER ELITE TRAINING TO AGC CONTRACTORS|
|11/9/2007||AWCI Sponsors New ConsensusDOCS|
|11/8/2007||AGC PRAISES CONGRESS FOR APPROVING WATER RESOURCES LEGISLATION|
|11/2/2007||NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION JOB GROWTH OFFSETS HOUSING SLUMP, AGC SAYS|
|11/2/2007||Statement from the Associated General Contractors of America on the Presidential Veto of the Water Resources Development Act|
|10/31/2007||NOTHING SCARY' IN TODAY'S NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION NUMBERS, AGC SAYS|
|10/29/2007||ConsensusDOCS Releases First-of-its-kind Collaborative Guidebook to Accompany Contracts|
|10/12/2007||AGC MEMBERS UNANIMOUSLY VOTE AGAINST A201 ENDORSEMENT|
|10/8/2007||AGC ECONOMIST SUGGESTS MATERIALS COST CALM ENDING SOON|
|10/5/2007||JOBS REPORT UNDERSTATES NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION'S VIGOR, AGC SAYS|
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