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.
|3/22/2007||AGC APPROVES CONTENT FOR MORE THAN 100 CONTRACT DOCUMENTS|
|3/22/2007||BUOYANT CONSTRUCTION HIRING BOLSTERS MARCH JOBS REPORT|
|3/13/2007||AGC PROTECTS CONTRACTORS' RIGHT TO REQUIRE ARBITRATION|
|3/13/2007||AGC APPLAUDS TENNESSEE RULING ON INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR CONSTRUCTION DEFECTS|
|3/9/2007||WINTER BLASTS CONSTRUCTION JOB REPORT, AGC ECONOMIST SAYS|
|2/5/2007||AGC SEES CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS SQUEEZED IN 2008 BUDGET|
|2/2/2007||NONRESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION JOBS JUMP AS RESIDENTIAL RETREATS, AGC ECONOMIST SAYS|
|1/31/2007||AGC APPEALS FEDERAL COURT?S RULING THAT EPA MUST SET LIMITS|
|1/30/2007||CONGRESS TO FULLY FUND HIGHWAY PROGRAM, SHOWS COMMITMENT TO STRENGTHENING NATION'S ECONOMY|
|1/25/2007||AGC, OSHA AND NIOSH PARTNER TO PROTECT HIGHWAY WORKERS|
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