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AGC/SAIF Members Earn $2.5 M Retro Return

AGC/SAIF Members Earn $2.5 M Retro Return The Associated General Contractors Oregon-Columbia Chapter (AGC) and SAIF Corporation announced today a $2,519,233 retrospective return for the 665 companies who participated in

11 Finalists Named in Safety Video Contest

Eleven finalists have been named—and their videos featured on YouTube—in an annual contest inviting high school students to create videos to raise awareness about workplace safety with the message “Speak

Register for the GOSH Conference

2015 Oregon GOSH Conference Coming to Portland Registration opens for largest safety and health event in Northwest Registration is open for the Oregon Governor’s Occupational Safety and Health (GOSH) Conference,

2014 Construction Technology Report

Do you and your members need the answers to these questions… What technology solutions and devices are industry professionals relying on in each stage of the construction process? How are

Welcome New AGC Staffers

Please join us in welcoming Jennifer Brown and John Jean to the Oregon-Columbia Chapter staff. Jennifer Brown, Assistant Controller Born and raised in in the Northwest, Jennifer Brown has worked

Be A Speaker At The Summer Convention

If you have ever wanted to present your knowledge and expertise on a hot topic for the commercial construction industry, now is your chance! The 2015 AGC Summer Convention, scheduled

Chapter Introduces New President, Officers

At the 2015 chapter Annual Business Meeting, held at the Hilton Vancouver Washington on Friday, January 16, the board of directors elected it’s new officers. The Annual Business Meeting offers

Let’s Take a Fresh Look at Safety

Leaders Work Together to Make Work Zones Safer Together they’re taking a fresh look at safety The group’s charge was clear; look for new ways to increase safety in work

Curious about Salaries?

2015 Construction/Construction Management Staff Survey from Personnel Administration Services (PAS) has been sent to chapter members via email and snail mail. The deadline for the survey is February 27, 2015.

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