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Suit Up

Seeking to increase productivity and improve safety, contractors have begun trying exoskeletons, mechanical, robotic frames to help with lifting and holding tools overhead.

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Easy, Not Hard

How do savvy contractors keep up when technology evolves faster than light? By keeping it simple, say folks in the field.

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Resiliency

Our planet's changing weather patterns are prompting myriad industries - construction included - to do things differently.

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Safe Space

Construction work zones create hazards for drivers and workers but steps exist to providing a safer workplace.

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School’s Out for Summer … Or is it?

June marked the end of another school year for many. Some students will move to another grade in the fall. Those who have graduated from high school will get to take that first step of adulthood — probably with both excitement and anticipation. And college graduates — with a four-year degree in their hands — will soon learn the real work begins now.

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AGC Member Pays Artistic Tribute to the Industry’s Men and Women

At a time when contractors are doing all they can to attract more millennials and Gen Zers to the industry, utilizing an inspirational poem by Eric Borden, a longtime heavy equipment operator and “The Pasture Poet,” can help immeasurably.

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