Associated General Contractors of America

Survey: 2/3rds of Contractors Experience Skilled Labor Shortage
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Survey: 2/3rds of Contractors Experience Skilled Labor Shortage

Lack of qualified workers prompts building firms to increase pay and become more... Read more

Using Bar Mats to Increase Productivity
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Using Bar Mats to Increase Productivity

Many contractors are looking for ways to streamline their critical path, and... Read more

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Construction Spending In October Increases

Monthly Spending Increase Comes as Industry Copes with Growing Shortages of Qualified Craft Workers Read more

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Associated General Contractors of America Reports Construction Job Increases

Firms added jobs in 37 states and the District of Columbia between October 2013 and October 2014 while construction employment increased in 28 states and the District of Columbia between September and October. Read more

Contractor Takes the LEED
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Contractor Takes the LEED

Serving as a single source for design, engineering, construction, and project... Read more

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Contractors' Cost Squeeze Intensifies

Prices for key construction materials rose sharply even as prices construction firms charge for completed projects remained stagnant in February. Read more

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Plan to Reverse Construction Employment Declines

ACGA outlines measures to boost construction activity and releases a new analysis of construction jobs lost since Jan. 2007. Read more

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National Group to Unveil Recovery Plan For Construction Industry

The Associated General Contractors of America will unveil a new national recovery plan for the U.S. construction industry and release a new city-by-city analysis of construction job losses. Read more

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Construction Industry Adds 33,000 Jobs Between January and February

Construction Workers May Have Benefitted from Improving Winter Weather as Industry Experiences Largest Monthly Employment Gain Since March 2007, Construction Officials Note Read more

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Construction Spending Drops to Decade-Long Low in January as Plunging Private Nonresidential Spending Outweighs Federal Stimulus

Drops in Nearly All Private Nonresidential Categories Offset Small Public Gains, Mixed Residential Results; Construction Officials Urge Quick Congressional Action to Keep Federal Funds Flowing. Read more

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