In 2018, AGC of America will celebrate 100 years of serving the construction industry. While we celebrate and recognize the past and the present, we are also looking to address
Author: Karla Holland
The Construction Contractors Board has begun enforcing a new interpretation of its insurance licensing requirements. The CCB now interprets its statutes and rules to require one license per insurance policy.
In late May, AGC members Ed DeLisle and Andy Brown of Glen/Mar Construction of Portland, Ore. testified at a US House Small Business Committee hearing on change order delays and the impacts they can have
With spring temperatures finally on the rise and more sun in our forecast, construction work across the region is in full swing. Across the city and up and down the
May is Oregon Transportation Safety Month! Information provided by the Oregon Department of Transportation.
The AGC of America Education and Research Foundation offers Workforce Development Scholarships to students enrolled in accredited technical schools or craft training programs in any discipline of construction. This is
May 2017 is Transportation Safety Awareness Month and Oregon’s Kick off to the Work Zone Construction Season Drivers traveling Oregon roads are asked to recognize the importance of slowing down
Construction spending is at record levels for the second straight month in March and is up 4.9 percent for the first three months of year compared to the same period
Moffett Family Fundraiser On April 24th, 2017, Anndrea Moffett, passed away unexpectedly during her recovery from liver surgery. Anndrea leaves behind a husband, Ty Moffett, and two beautiful children, six
On any given day, there are more than 500 active work zones in the state of Oregon, and they operate day and night. It’s imperative that motorists slow down and drive