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Phyllis Harden

Legislative & Special Projects, Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel
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Monthly Archives: October 2018

CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT RISES IN 278 METROS BETWEEN SEPTEMBER 2017 & 2018 AS FIRMS EXPAND TO KEEP PACE WITH GROWING DEMAND FOR NEW PROJECTS

October 30, 2018

Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Texas and Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, Fla. Have Largest Gains; Middlesex-Monmouth-Ocean, N.J. and Spokane-Spokane Valley, Wash. Have Worst Losses

CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL COSTS INCREASE 7.4 PERCENT, AS CONTRACTORS CONTINUE TO BE SQUEEZED BY TARIFFS AND RISING FUEL PRICES

October 10, 2018

Fuel, Metal, and Asphalt Costs Increase by Double Digits As Labor Costs Continue to Rise, While Prices Contractors Charge to Build Projects Grow By Low Single Digits

CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT RISES BY 23,000 JOBS IN SEPTEMBER AND 315,000 FOR THE YEAR; HOURLY PAY EXCEEDS $30 IN AN INCREASINGLY TIGHT LABOR MARKET

October 5, 2018

Despite Above-Average Job Gains and Pay Increases, Industry Survey Finds Contractors Are Struggling to Find Craft Workers; Association Officials Call for Reforms to Immigration, Career and Technical Education

SAXONBURG, PENN.-BASED BRAYMAN CONSTRUCTION NAMED THE MOST INNOVATIVE COMPANY IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

October 2, 2018

Firm Wins Inaugural AGC-Autodesk Innovation Awards for Developing a Rebar-Tying Robot Named Tybot; AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter and Sundt Construction Named Second and Third Winners 

CONSTRUCTION SPENDING EXTENDS YEAR-TO-DATE GAINS IN AUGUST IN MOST PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SEGMENTS EVEN AS CONTRACTORS STRUGGLE TO FIND CRAFT WORKERS

October 1, 2018

Construction Spending Numbers Show Strong Continued Demand Across Nearly Every Sector; Association Urges Investment in Career and Technical Education, Immigration Policy Changes to Maintain Growth

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