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Credit Where Credit Is Due

Contractors that have struggled over the past two years due to the pandemic shutdowns and project delays because of supply chain shortages can seek relief with the federal Employee Retention Credit.

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The Art of Building People

The future of our industry is in a state of flux. From an increased demand for talent to more focus on cost competitiveness, disruptions are afoot.

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Construction Conversation: Kayla Walker

In honor of Women in Construction week, Constructor magazine recently connected with several women in the industry to get their take on what it means to be in a predominantly male industry, the obstacles they’ve faced in their journey and whether they would choose the same career again.

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AGC President Dan Fordice

Dan Fordice was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and raised in Vicksburg, Mississippi, but — he points out on the heels of his first-ever adult trip to Disney World — he’s not entirely sure he’s officially "grown up."

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Constructing Her Own Reality

Polly Friendshuh knows how it looks: the Academic Dean of Construction Sciences & Business Technology at Minneapolis’ Dunwoody College of Technology, an AGC of Minnesota member, stands five-foot-two, weighs roughly 110 pounds and is in her 50s. “

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Construction Conversation: Tracy Deal

n honor of Women in Construction week, Constructor magazine recently connected with several women in the industry to get their take on what it means to be in a predominantly male industry, the obstacles they’ve faced in their journey and whether they would choose the same career again.

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Construction Conversation: Jessica Chen

n honor of Women in Construction week, Constructor magazine recently connected with several women in the industry to get their take on what it means to be in a predominantly male industry, the obstacles they’ve faced in their journey and whether they would choose the same career again.

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