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Monthly Archives: February 2017

ACOSTA HIGHLY QUALIFIED TO SERVE AS LABOR SECRETARY, CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION OFFICIAL SAYS

February 16, 2017

Associated General Contractors of America to Push for Swift Confirmation So He Can Focus on Rolling Back Needless Regulatory Burdens

The chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, Stephen E. Sandherr, issued the following statement today on the nomination of Alexander Acosta to serve as U.S. Secretary of Labor:

CONSTRUCTION FIRMS GETTING SQUEEZED BY INCREASING MATERIALS & LABOR COSTS AND SLOWER INCREASES IN WHAT THEY CHARGE TO BUILD PROJECTS

February 14, 2017

Construction Officials Caution That Cost of Infrastructure, Other Construction Projects Will Increase if New “Buy America” Provisions, Punitive Tariffs or Limitations on Canadian Lumber Are Put in Place

CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT IN JANUARY REACHES HIGHEST LEVEL SINCE 2008; CONTRACTORS RAISE PAY FASTER THAN OTHER SECTORS IN EFFORT TO FILL OPENINGS

February 3, 2017

Association Urges Public Officials at All Levels to Increase Support for Craft Worker Training Programs to Address Chronic Worker Shortage Amid Strong Demand for Both Residential, Nonresidential Construction

CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT DECLINES IN 110 OUT OF 358 METRO AREAS AS BUSINESSES URGE PRESIDENT TRUMP TO DELIVER ON INFRASTRUCTURE PROMISE

February 1, 2017

Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Texas and Kankakee, Ill. Have Largest Annual Decreases; Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, Colo. and Boise, Idaho Top Growth List; Infrastructure Spending Declines

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