WIDESPREAD STEEP INCREASES IN MATERIALS COSTS IN NOVEMBER OUTRUN PRICES FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS, ADDING TO SQUEEZE ON CONTRACTORS’ MARGINS [DEC 14] Construction Officials Say Efforts to Address Supply Chain Challenges
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How to help construction employees be resilient Employees who feel safe and are mentally well also perform better on the job and are less likely to get physically injured. Grief.
Miller Nash LLP is pleased to announce the date of our virtual half-day 2021 Employment Law Seminar: Wednesday, December 8 from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. PT. Our Employment Law and Labor Relations
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Surety Bonds vs. Subcontractor Default Insurance Written by Andrew Gibson, a partner and member of the Construction and Design Group in the Portland office of Stoel Rives LLP. If
In September of 2020, the Beachie Creek fire devastated the Santiam region, severely affecting the cities of Detroit, Gates, Mill City, and Sweet Home. Many people lost their homes and
Contractors for Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) projects are encouraged to nominate projects for the Partnership for Excellence in Contract Administration Awards, sponsored by AGC of Washington and WSDOT.
We are pleased to feature longtime AGC-OR member, Angela M. Otto, who served as Counsel to the Board from 2015–2020. Angie is a Partner with the law firm of Ball
For more information: Travis Brouwer, Assistant Director for Revenue, Finance and Compliance, 503-931-0892 SALEM – The Oregon Transportation Commission today approved spending $124 million in federal COVID-19 relief funding provided
Request on behalf of Yiye Xu, Ph.D. student in Construction Engineering Management and Yelda Turkan, PhD, Assistant Professor, School of Civil and Construction Engineering Greetings friends / industry partners /