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.
|9/9/2008||CONTRACTORS PUSH CONGRESS TO ACT IN FINAL DAYS - ADDRESS CRITICAL ECONOMIC ISSUES|
|9/5/2008||DOT REVERSAL ON HIGHWAY TRUST FUND FIX IS WELCOME NEWS|
|9/3/2008||AGC CONGRATULATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR REBUILDING SUCCESS AFTER KATRINA TRAGEDY|
|9/2/2008||NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION MAINTAINS MOMENTUM, AGC SAYS|
|8/28/2008||OUTSTANDING STUDENT CHAPTER CONTEST REWARDS CONTRACTORS OF THE FUTURE|
|8/12/2008||AGC LEADERS MEET WITH PRESIDENT BUSH; DISCUSS IMPACT OF RISING CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS PRICES|
|7/31/2008||CONTRACTORS URGE AMERICA TO INCREASE TRANSPORTATION INVESTMENT|
|7/31/2008||COALITION CALLS FOR SWIFT ACTION ON ENERGY & WATER APPROPRIATIONS MEASURE|
|7/17/2008||GAO REPORT VALIDATES AGC CONCERNS OVER HUBZONE PROGRAM|
|7/15/2008||SURGING FUEL, ASPHALT, STEEL COSTS 'CLOBBER' CONSTRUCTION BUDGETS, AGC SAYS|
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