Tax reform legislation is moving quickly in both the US House and Senate, with the House of Representatives preparing to pass it’s legislation today. The situation remains fluid. AGC wants
Author: Karla Holland
Short, calming videos help workers combat stress While stress can always be an issue, it can feel especially difficult to manage this time of year. From end-of-year deadlines, to holiday
The Bureau of Development Services, City of Portland is seeking volunteers to serve on its Structural Engineering Advisory Committee. The Structural Engineering Advisory Committee consists of six members licensed in
New “Spot the Hazards” videos make holiday safety as fun and warm as an ugly sweater. ‘Tis the season for holiday hazards–from chestnuts roasting on an open fire to walking
During the holidays or anytime, stress can take a toll on our work and health. SAIF’s one-minute relaxation videos—featuring ahhh-inspiring scenes from around Oregon—are the perfect reminder to slow down
By: Mike Salsgiver Executive Director, AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter This article was published by the DJC on December 19 in Buildings Bridges and Roads and can be viewed here (subscription required).
On Dec. 22, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit upheld OSHA’s controversial occupational exposure to crystalline silica rule, rejecting all industry challenges to the rule.
Construction employment increased by 30,000 jobs in December to the highest level since September 2008, according to an analysis of new government data by the Associated General Contractors of America.
By: Mike Salsgiver Executive Director, AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter This article was published by the DJC on November 14 and can be viewed here. For the construction industry, safety is a
Mike Salsgiver Executive Director, AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter This article was published by the DJC on October 17, 2017 and can be viewed here. Each fall, Associated General Contractors Oregon-Columbia chapter