Paul Richard Meyer April 12, 1925 – May 1, 2020 Paul Richard Meyer, a man who lived a life of purpose and conviction, died of cancer at home May 1.
Author: Karla Holland
By: Mike Salsgiver, Executive Director, AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter This article was published by the DJC on May 19 in Buildings, Bridges and Roads, and can be viewed here (subscription required).
Complete the HCSS and AGC of America Highway Work Zone Safety Survey and Help Protect Highway Workers Each year AGC of America surveys highway and transportation members about the state
The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the AGC-backed Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act (H.R. 7010), which would make substantial improvements to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Now, the Senate
Policyholders will receive their dividend in October. Today, SAIF declared a $100 million dividend for policyholders. It comes at a difficult time for many Oregon businesses facing the challenges of
By Frosti Adams, Oregon-Columbia Chapter Workforce & Professional Development Manager When I started working at AGC two years ago, one of my goals was to connect veterans with the construction
The DJC Oregon Building Diversity Awards and Education program will celebrate and examine diversity and inclusion within the local building industry. The Building Diversity Awards honor disadvantaged, minority-owned, women-owned, emerging
Tell President Trump and your U.S. Senators to support an immediate infusion of $49.95 billion in funding for state departments of transportation (DOTs)! Thousands of construction jobs may be on
Dear Potential Employer of Oregon State Construction Engineering Management (CEM) graduates and/or interns: Part of maintaining a strong CEM Program is the continuous improvement of courses, curriculum, and the student
AGC of America recently released a video about chapter efforts in the past few months: When the coronavirus pandemic hit the construction industry, AGC Chapters went above and beyond to