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AGC Mourns Loss of Tary Carlson

Tary Lane Carlson May 7, 1971–March 2, 2018 Published in the Oregonian Tary Lane Carlson died of pancreatic cancer at the unbearably young age of 46, March 2, 2018 at

Are You Safe Working From Home?

Can you get injured on the job…at home? Whether you are working from home temporarily due to bad weather, or permanently as a remote worker, it’s important to consider how

2018 Oregon Legislative Session Wrap-Up

Printable Version Session Summary In the late afternoon of Saturday, March 3, the 2018 Oregon Legislative Session adjourned after 28 days. Once again, the session did not adhere to what

Members Win Big at National Safety Awards

The purpose of AGC of America’s Construction Safety Excellence Awards (CSEA) is to recognize construction companies with outstanding safety, health and risk management programs. Successful applicants’ safety culture will show

March is National Ladder Safety Month

March is National Ladder Safety Month Every year over 300 people die in ladder-related accidents, and thousands suffer disabling injuries. Mark your calendar to join the American Ladder Institute (ALI)

Celebrate Women in Construction Week, March 4–10

Women in Construction Week March 4–10, 2018 NAWIC.org Women in Construction (WIC) Week is the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)’s annual week of celebrating women in construction. The

#WeBuildOregon Instagram Contest

AGC is excited to announce that we are in the initial stages of a developing a youth outreach media campaign, educating and alerting GenZ+ (ages 14–24) to the benefits of

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