[Updated March 24] The medical community in Oregon is urgently requesting any spare personal protection equipment to keep medical providers safe while treating patients with COVID-19. There is an insufficient
Category: In the News
By: Mike Salsgiver Executive Director, AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter This article was published by the DJC on March 17 in Buildings Bridges and Roads, and can be viewed here (subscription required).
This morning, as expected, Oregon Governor Kate Brown issued an Executive Order (EO 20-12, attached) ordering all Oregonians to stay at home, outlined a list of non-essential businesses that are
The Senate is expected to vote on a $2 trillion stimulus bill tonight that is designed to address economic dislocations caused by the national response to the Coronavirus. The House
On March 25, the U.S. Senate passed the largest economic aid package in our nation’s history. On a 96 to 0 vote, the $2.2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic
The AGCERF Workforce Development Scholarship Application Deadline is June 1 For Students in Technical and Craft Programs The AGC of America Education and Research Foundation offers Workforce Development Scholarships to
Be Smart: Stay 6 Feet Apart AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter has developed job site banners (3’x7′) and posters (12″x18″). We will provide up to three banners and five posters per member.
The coronavirus worker safety fund will help pay for expenses tied to making workplaces safer. March 31, 2020 A new resource will help eligible Oregon businesses pay for expenses tied
The U.S. Small Business Administration has several options to help While the construction industry in Oregon is currently operating in a reduced capacity with restrictions for social distancing, the impact
The AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter is proud to share our first in a series of weekly job site Safety Stand-Up to COVID-19 video messages, which features Russ Batzer, 2020 Oregon-Columbia Chapter