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Rebuild the Ratio

The gender gap that currently exists in the construction workforce is well-known. What may not be, however, are the numerous efforts AGC of America and its members are taking to remedy this problem.

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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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Believe You Belong

For the past 20 years, Tricia Kagerer has worked in the construction industry, currently serving as the executive vice president of risk management for Jordan Foster Construction, a member of multiple AGC chapters.

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Women at Work

By the time this issue lands on desks and is available online, we will be celebrating Women in Construction week. It’s appropriate then that our cover story is about that exact subject matter.

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Vested Interest

Women team members at Flatiron for the first time ever are wearing certified Class-3 safety vests designed for female bodies.

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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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Changing Skylines

Anyone who has traveled to Nashville, Tenn. in recent years can’t help but notice the building boom the city is undergoing. But one hometown girl, Michaela Coston, sees more than scaffolds, safety cones, cranes and construction sites.

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