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What’s With Wellness?

Wellness in the Construction Workplace

What if we told you your company could reduce its healthcare costs while making your employees healthier, happier, more productive and less prone to injury?

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In Good Repair: Advancements in Bridge Renovations Save Time and Money

To keep aging, structurally deficient bridges functioning costs billions annually. Transportation departments, academics and contractors are looking for solutions that will save funds and ease the pain of closing bridges for repairs or reconstruction.

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Cybercrime: Why You’re Almost Certainly at Risk

Construction firms own data about customers, projects, finances and employees that hackers would be interested in exploiting. Read about the experiences of other AGC members overcoming cyberattacks, and what your firm can do to prepare and defend itself.

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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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All Eyes on November

The construction industry and the millions of workers it employs have much at stake in this upcoming presidential election—one that is featuring two nominees that just might be the two most unpopular of all time.

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Are We Safe Yet?

Despite increasing safety consciousness and public awareness campaigns, high speed vehicle crashes into work zones continue to impact construction workers and drivers at an alarming rate.

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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.

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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.

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