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Construction Associations Back State Challenge to Federal Rule

The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) and the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) jointly filed amicus briefs in support of 22 states challenging the Biden Administration's new Greenhouse gas performance measure for state transportation departments....


Washington Contractors Optimistic About 2024 Outlook

The AGC of Washington chapter recently conducted a survey about what's in store for the construction industry in 2024. Stephen E. Sandherr, chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, recently penned an article detailing that Washington contractors remain upbeat about the available dollar value of projects....


Contractors Give Mixed Reviews of Their Prospects for 2024

Though public spending on road construction is projected to increase by double digits again this year, contractors are cautious about this year's business prospects. Given the continued challenges facing the construction industry in logistics logjams, labor shortages and rising interest rates, the overall mood is "decidedly mixed."ARTBA reported that the public highway, pavement and street construction sector is expected to see double-digit growth for the second year in a row....


Keeping Road Workers Alive: FHWA's Proposed Work Zone Rule Changes Get Mixed Response From Industry

FHWA and the road construction industry agree on one thing: The safety of crews in work zones is a priority. Ramped-up construction means the risk to highway workers is as great or greater this year than last....


Skanska USA Co-Creates AGC Task Force to Spearhead Decarbonization Efforts in Construction

Skanska USA, one of the world's largest development and construction companies, announced it has co-created the newly formed Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Task Force on Decarbonization and Carbon Reporting, to address the challenges around reporting and reducing carbon emissions in the construction industry....


Construction Jobs Picture Looks Bright, But Where Are the Workers?

Construction employment is on an upward path and that's both good and bad. By extension, if jobs increase, so does the need for workers. And that's the continued challenge for the industry: contractors are beating the bushes for skilled labor to meet their labor needs....


Indiana Constructors Awards Silver Safety Program to Superior Construction

Superior Construction, an American family-owned infrastructure contractor, announced it has received a 2022 Silver Safety Program award from Indiana Constructors Inc. (ICI). The annual distinction recognizes contractors with outstanding safety records that actively promote, protect and advance their employees' well-being....


Texas AGC Lauds Record $85B in Funding

When the Texas Department of Transportation and Gov. Greg Abbott recently announced the approval of a record $85 billion in construction funding as part of a 10-year plan to upgrade and maintain highways and transportation systems, it gave the Lone Star state a large influx of funding that will help put many contractors to work over the next decade....


AGC of Texas Announces Moving HQ to New Facility

According to state and local economic development sources, Associated General Contractors of Texas plans to invest $2,958,723.00 to build out 9,825 sq. ft. of new space in Austin. The company plans to occupy the new space at 300 Barton Springs Rd....


ConExpo-Con/AGG, IFPE Announce Inaugural Next Level Awards Program

ConExpo-Con/AGG and the International Fluid Power Exposition (IFPE) recently unveiled the Next Level Awards Program to exhibitors for the March 2023 show. The ConExpo-Con/AGG Next Level Awards celebrate exhibiting companies that are pushing the boundaries and developing next-level products, technologies and services designed to advance the construction industry....







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