• AGC President Mark Knight takes the helm at the association's 97th Annual Convention Three Little Words Incoming president Mark Knight and his team are ready, willing and able to meet the industry's needs. He's confident the rest of AGC is, as well.
  • Top 10 federal regulations to keep on your radar Ground Rules: AGC’s Top 10 Regulatory Concerns for Construction While much of the nation's attention focuses on laws being passed (or not) by Congress, regulations, or standards adopted to implement and interpret existing laws, can prove just as important to the construction industry.
  • Employers are required to evaluate a rescue team's capability and availability to perform a timely rescue for employees working in confined spaces. Close Quarters While many of the requirements are similar, there are a few key differences between the general industry standard and the construction-specific rules recently issued by OSHA on confined spaces.
  • Small town of Sitka, Alaska ends their dependence on imported fuel by raising the local dam and adding a new powerhouse. Damn! What a Dam! The Blue Lake Expansion Project, the 2016 Alliant Build America grand award winner by Barnard Construction, shows the fierce determination of one small community to become energy independent.

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