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Participate in Safety Break for Oregon

Participate in Safety Break for Oregon: Wednesday, May 13 Employers across Oregon are invited to promote workplace safety and health with training, award recognition events, or other creative activities. What

AGC’s 2nd VP Addresses Highway Work Zone Safety

To draw attention to avoidable work zone tragedies, the Oregon-Columbia Chapter of the Associated General Contractors, the Oregon Trucking Associations, AAA Oregon/Idaho, the Oregon State Police, the Oregon Department of

AGC and OSU Mourn Loss of Long-Time Supporter

Philanthropist Ed Lynch Dies at 94 Ed Lynch, well known supporter of the Oregon State University Construction Education Management program, passed away on Sunday evening, May 10. Ed was the

ODOT Wants You!

Attention Businesses! ODOT is compiling a list of companies interested in working on road, highway, and bridge projects. This includes any construction, engineering and design, trucking, and materials supply on

OP-ED: To recruit workers, go where they go

This column originally appeared in The Daily Journal of Commerce in Buildings Bridges and Roads By: Mike Salsgiver As our industry enters into its busy season, thousands of Oregon students

CLC Tours The Cameron Apartments

Every June, the Construction Leadership Council has an opportunity to tour the job site of a unique project in the Portland area. Yesterday, the CLC had an interesting and educational

Workplace Safety Training Grants Available

Interactive, mobile-friendly ideas encouraged Starting July 1, Oregon OSHA will accept applications for the development of innovative workplace safety and health training programs. Oregon OSHA, a division of the Department

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