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AGC and BirdDogHR Join Forces to Support Veterans

Re-entering civilian life is a challenge for many veterans. In addition to coming home, securing a job and reconnecting with family and friends, there are often physical and invisible wounds like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or traumatic brain injury (TBI) that must heal for a successful transition.

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What’s a Picture Really Worth?

I've always been curious about the origins of words and phrases, thanks in part to my mother, who – born and raised in Kentucky — was a great storyteller. Either she’d be in and out of the grocery store in ‘two shakes of a lamb’s tail’ (who knew shake is an actual recognized unit of time?) or would drag her feet like a ‘herd of turtles.’ 

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Nonconsensus

The latest revision of AIA's construction contracts is not very contractor-friendly. But there is an alternative.

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Wonder Women

A conversation with three construction professionals on their experiences in an effort to attract other women to the industry

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The Digital Workforce Is Here, Ready or Not

Willingness to embrace mobile technology is a measure of successful performance for today's construction companies — and the professionals who work for them

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The Infrastructure Plan and Construction

Roads, bridges, airports and other infrastructure need more funding. The White House proposed a $1.5 trillion infrastructure package, but members of Congress have their sights focused on the midterm elections.

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Contractors Roll Up their Sleeves on Workforce Development

In an effort to combat a shortage of skilled workers — in combination with a "college-for-all" mentality that is prevalent in many U.S. high schools — workforce development opportunities are on the rise.

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A Super Bowl

First-of-its-kind innovation leads to award-winning stadium

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