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Tag Archives: March/April 2021

Adaptive Rebirth

Among the countless things COVID-19 is forcing people to rethink is how to best use existing buildings once they have outlived their original purpose.

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Expecting a Lean Year

For many, news coverage of vaccinations in early January brought to mind Winston Churchill’s famous quote from 1942, after the Allies’ first major victory in World War II: “Now, this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”

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Mid-Term Reflections of the Power of Member Engagement

One of the primary responsibilities of the AGC of America president is to travel the country to chapter and member functions, fly the AGC of America flag and help spread the word on how your national association is working for you.

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New App Helps Construction Industry’s Current and Next Generation

Carley Hill has a long-standing history with the construction industry. Having grown up as a third-generation member of a family-owned heavy highway road and bridge company in West Seneca, New York, she spent every summer with her dad at work from as early as she can remember.

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