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|9/23/2021||Phoenix-Based Sunland Asphalt Awarded For Performing Some Of The Best Charitable Work In 2020 For Its Community Work During The Holbrook Municipal Airport Reconstruction Project|
|9/22/2021||House GOP Decision To Whip Against The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Will Undermine A Measure Trump Would Have Been Proud To Sign|
|9/22/2021||Louisiana, Missouri’s Champ Clark Mississippi River Bridge Replacement Named Best Construction Project Of 2020 By National Trade Association|
|9/22/2021||AGC & Procore Technologies Launch New Scholarship To Assist African American And Disadvantaged Students Studying Construction At HBCUs|
|9/17/2021||August Construction Employment Lags Pre-Pandemic Peak In 39 States As Delta Variant Of Coronavirus, Supply Problems Hold Back Recovery|
|9/13/2021||New Billboard Calls Out Conor Lamb For Voting To Keep His Constituents Stuck In Highway Traffic, Gives Drivers Access To Details About The Vote|
|9/10/2021||Prices For Key Construction Materials Continue To Increase In August While Contractors Struggle To Get Those Products Delivered On Time|
|9/3/2021||Construction Sheds 3,000 Jobs In August; Gains Are Limited To Homebuilding As Other Contractors Struggle To Fill Both Craft And Salaried Positions|
|9/2/2021||Construction Workforce Shortages Reach Pre-pandemic Levels Even as Coronavirus Continues to Impact Projects & Disrupt Supply Chains|
|8/31/2021||Three Out Of Four Metro Areas Add Construction Jobs From July 2020 To July 2021, But COVID, Rising Costs, Supply-Chain Woes May Stall Gains|
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