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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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Nailed It!

From horse-drawn levelers and steam shovels to cordless drills and surveys by drone, the tools that make the trade happen have undergone some serious evolution in the time since AGC of America was founded, a mere 100 years ago.

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Focused on the Future

Poised to begin his presidency in the year of AGC's centennial, Eddie Stewart is proud of everything the association has accomplished and ready to celebrate, but his eyes are unmoving – resting steady on the road ahead.

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De-Constructing Delays and Disruptions

TASK FORCE TACKLES AN EVER-INCREASING PROBLEM BY KATIE KUEHNER-HEBERT As the costs to resolve delays and disruptions on construction projects reach new heights, contractors can seek guidance from a white paper recently published by the AGC Delay and Disruption Task Force, a group comprised of 11 members appointed in 2016 by then-AGC President Mark Knight. The paper details the nature of the problem of delays and disruptions and practical ...

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