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Author: Karla Holland

OP-ED: Orange is the key clue for drivers

This column originally appeared in The Daily Journal of Commerce in Buildings Bridges and Roads By: Mike Salsgiver June is National Safety Month. With warmer weather likely (fingers crossed) sticking

AGC/Moss Adams Salary Survey is Now Open!

Pacific Northwest Construction Industry 2015 Salary Survey Better Data for Better Business Decisions Moss Adams and several Northwest chapters of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) are currently gathering

OP-ED: To recruit workers, go where they go

This column originally appeared in The Daily Journal of Commerce in Buildings Bridges and Roads By: Mike Salsgiver As our industry enters into its busy season, thousands of Oregon students

CLC Tours The Cameron Apartments

Every June, the Construction Leadership Council has an opportunity to tour the job site of a unique project in the Portland area. Yesterday, the CLC had an interesting and educational

Workplace Safety Training Grants Available

Interactive, mobile-friendly ideas encouraged Starting July 1, Oregon OSHA will accept applications for the development of innovative workplace safety and health training programs. Oregon OSHA, a division of the Department

Seminars to Navigate Occupational Wage Survey

Portland and Salem Seminars Will Help Construction Industry Navigate Occupational Wage Survey Free workshops will provide tips to make survey reporting easier Three construction industry-focused seminars will help contractors and

AGC’s Kevin Wheatcroft Receives SPY Award

AGC Safety Professional Receives Prestigious Award Kevin Wheatcroft, one of AGC’s safety management consultants, was awarded the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) Columbia-Willamette Chapter’s Safety Professional of the Year

Workers’ Comp Participants Receive Nearly $8M Retro

AGC/SAIF Members Rewarded for Safety Efforts The Associated General Contractors Oregon-Columbia Chapter (AGC) and SAIF Corporation announced today a $7,966,561 retrospective return for the 661 companies who participated in the

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