• The first segment of a tower for the new bridge at the Port of Long Beach is aglow during a pile cap pour. The existing Gerald Desmond Bridge, in the background, will be demolished once the new bridge is complete. Photo courtesy of Port of Long Beach/Jonathan Alcorn Shape Up and Ship Out The opportunity of providing a port for post-Panamax ships and the business they carry has inspired massive renovation projects at ports around the U.S.
  • New and old construction marketing strategies Old, New, Tried & True Looking for new business? You probably need updated marketing strategies, tactics well suited for the wireless age. But don’t toss out all the old dogs for new tricks just yet.
  • Lean helps construction firms Lean in and Learn In today’s competitive world, contractors must streamline operations and come up with innovative solutions to a variety of construction challenges. Many firms have embraced Lean methodology as a way to deliver projects more efficiently.
  • AGC members help breathe new life into Detroit Rebuilding Motor City As Detroit rebounds from its economic woes, dozens of high-profile projects are being built and there's more in the pipeline, allowing AGC member contractors to help breathe new life into the Motor City.

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