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Jordan Cove Supporters Going Back to FERC

Jordan Cove LNG has finalized its optimized project design and intends to file a new application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. “While the decision on Friday was disappointing, we remain committed to this project,” said Betsy Spomer, CEO of Jordan … Continue reading

Sick Leave Assistance Is Available to You!

Miss out on AGC’s Sick Leave Technical Assistance Seminars? We’ve got you covered! Did you miss out on AGC’s construction-specific seminars in Redmond and Eugene last week? If so, you missed a wonderful continental breakfast and some great information! But … Continue reading

How State and Local Construction Dollars Are Spent

The following article was posted on the website of Governing Magazine. It is reposted here with the permission of the author. You may read the original article, with interactive tables and graphs, here. MS ________________________________________________________________________________________ by Mike Maciag | September … Continue reading

ODOT Disparity Study Public Meetings

ODOT is conducting a study that will analyze whether minority- and women-owned businesses have equal access to contracting opportunities within Oregon’s transportation contracting industry and with ODOT’s own contracts. Keen Independent Research will manage the study, which will include public … Continue reading

AGC 2014 Post-Election Report

You will find an overview of Tuesday’s election results in AGC’s 2014 Post-Election Report. In short, the national Republican wave did not arrive in Oregon and the Oregon legislative balance has shifted more heavily in favor of the Democrats. With … Continue reading

Costs run high for Portland’s digital permitting efforts

From Oregonlive.com Projected costs for Portland’s paperless building permit system have increased by more than 40 percent while the timeline for the long-awaited technology project has slipped by about a year. City officials now expect the Bureau of Development Services’ new … Continue reading

Portland’s Sick Leave Law Can Be Headache! Let AGC Help You!

AGC is here to help our members understand the City of Portland’s Mandated Sick Leave Ordinance! AGC has developed for you and your employees a detailed, construction-specific technical assistance package containing four core sections that our members can utilize to … Continue reading

Missed AGC’s First Sick Leave Training? Our Next Training is Here!

AGC is here to help our members prepare for the City of Portland’s Mandated Sick Leave Ordinance! AGC has developed for our members a detailed, construction-specific technical assistance package containing four core sections that our members can utilize to ensure … Continue reading

AGC’s December Sick Leave Training is Fast Approaching!

On January 1, 2014, the City of Portland’s Mandated Sick Leave Ordinance will go into effect. AGC is here to help our members prepare for the changes! AGC has developed a detailed, construction-specific technical assistance package containing four core sections … Continue reading

Confused by Portland’s Mandated Sick Leave Ordinance?

AGC Announces Technical Assistance to Ensure Members’ Compliance with Portland’s New Mandated Sick Leave Ordinance January 1, 2014 the City of Portland’s Mandated Sick Leave Ordinance will go into effect. The ordinance will require any employer with one or more … Continue reading


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