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AGC of America and Constructor magazine regularly publish infographics about topics important to the construction industry. These infographics strive to synthesize information about the construction industry in a way that makes ideas and numbers accessible to all. Check out our most recent infographics below. Click on any image to access a larger image for easy printing and sharing.

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U.S. construction spending totaled $1.3 trillion in 2018. This investment supported a total of more than $4 trillion of spending throughout the economy. In addition, the U.S. construction industry has more than 7.4 million employees.

Expecting Growth to Continue: 2019 Construction Hiring and Business Outlook. Seventy-nine percent of firms plan to increase their headcount in 2019, a recent AGC survey indicates. Read more in the March/April issue.

Expecting Growth to Continue: 2018 Construction Hiring and Business Outlook. Find out what contractors expect for the construction industry in 2018 in the March/April issue.

Long-Term Construction Regulatory Topics to Keep on Your Radar. Read more about these top regulations and what AGC is doing about them in the Jan/Feb 2017 article “2017 Regulatory Road: Change is a Certainty.”

Top Short-Term Regulations to Keep on Your Radar. Read more about these top regulations and what AGC is doing about them in the Jan/Feb 2017 article “2017 Regulatory Road: Change is a Certainty.”
No matter the type of construction work your company performs or the job function you have, AGC has a volunteer opportunity for you. Get involved with the national association today and help shape the future of the industry. Read more in the Jan/Feb 2017 issue of Constructor Magazine.

No matter the type of construction work your company performs or the job function you have, AGC has a volunteer opportunity for you. Get involved with the national association today and help shape the future of the industry. Read more in the Jan/Feb 2017 issue of Constructor Magazine.