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Taking on the PRO Act

On February 4, the Protect the Right to Organize (PRO) Act was introduced in Congress, but its name belies the bill’s ambition: a sweeping reversal of federal policy that would leave contractors of all stripes vulnerable at the bargaining table and on the job.

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Planting the Seed of Responsibility

This year, The Boldt Company, a member of multiple AGC chapters, will plant a tree in a national forest for every new hire nationwide.

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Taking a Sustainable Approach to Construction in 2021

There’s no doubt 2020 was a tough year for many business owners and individuals, but in the midst of the global pandemic and economic crisis, there was also a notable shift toward reversing decades of damage and a renewed focus on addressing climate change.

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The 2021 Service & Supply Buyers’ Guide

The 2021 Service & Supply Buyers’ Guide, found on pages 33 through 39, is a special advertising section that contains detailed information on companies and businesses that provide products and services to the construction industry.

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Girls Just Want to Have Skill

Eight STEM centers are being developed as the Girl Scouts of the U.S. work to put 2.5 million girls into the STEM workforce by 2025.

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Silver Linings in the Midst of COVID-19

The construction industry was one of the fortunate few that was able — in most parts of the country — to keep working during the pandemic-induced lockdowns.

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Untouched by Human Hands

The long-predicted robotic future of construction has begun. The industry has lagged behind others like automotive and aerospace in adopting robotic labor because, until now, most building robots could only operate efficiently in a controlled, consistent environment like a factory.

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