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Author: Karla Holland

What Does “Safe” Mean in a Work Zone?

This is the second in a series of articles on work zone safety provided by the Oregon Department of Transportation. Stay tuned for additional articles. When you ask an engineer,

Incentives for DC Fly-Ins

AEM Offers Travel Incentive to Attend Washington, DC Fly-Ins Support new highway bill; Join industry at TCC Fly-in, related events The current Highway Bill expires September 30. The Highway Trust

AGCA Foundation Scholarships Apps Now Open!

Funding Available for the 2015–16 Academic Year Do you know of promising students in a four or five year ABET or ACCE-accredited civil engineering or construction management program that will

Technology Improves Safety

Advances in electronic tools help identify, mitigate risks Electronic messaging, videos, GPS, mobile, and wireless devices are part of our daily lives. In the last twenty years, technology has drastically

$8.5 Million WC Retro Return Announced

AGC/SAIF Workers’ Compensation Program Participants to Receive $8.5 Million Retro Return – Another Successful Year! The Associated General Contractors Oregon-Columbia Chapter (AGC) and SAIF Corporation announced today an $8,522,347 million retrospective

AGC Awards Over $192,000 in Workforce Grants

The Associated General Contractors Oregon-Columbia Chapter recognizes the critical need to increase and maintain a pipeline of skilled tradespeople and professionals to ensure well trained construction workforce for the future.

2015 AGCA Awards Competitions Now Open

Members and chapters encouraged to apply; deadline is 10/31. AGC of America is proud to announce the launch of the 2015 AGC/Alliant Build America competition. Also now open is the

Reducing Speed in Work Zones

Research and advances in technology will lead to improved safety Speed is a top concern for those involved with a road construction. In fact, speed (driving too fast for conditions)

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