Associated General Contractors of America

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Construction Employment Dips in December

Rising hourly earnings suggest hiring pause is due to worker shortage. More

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Optimism Prevails

Despite uncertainties over the global economy, U.S. presidential election, and... More

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The Concrete Producer 2015 Survey Round-Up

Here are the articles and web extras from the 2015 The Concrete Producer Survey. More

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TCP Survey: Business Improving

With concrete demand rebounding, producers reveal how they plan to keep up. Many... More

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Construction Spending In October Increases

Monthly Spending Increase Comes as Industry Copes with Growing Shortages of Qualified Craft Workers More

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Construction Employment is On the Upswing

New data from Associated General Contractors of America shows construction employment increased in 37 states and the District of Columbia during the past year. Additionally, 28 states and D.C. added jobs between September and October. More

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The Concrete Prodcuer 2014 Survey Round-Up

Here are the articles and web extras from the 2014 The Concrete Producer Survey. More

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The Concrete Producer Survey: A Rebuilding Year

Producers try to make the most of an improving economy by focusing on core... More

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Concrete Holds Many Opportunities

Despite some trials and tribulations, our industry leaders are positive about the future. More

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Construction Employment Increases in 223 Metro Areas

As employment grows, 25 percent of firms report labor shortages are forcing them to turn down work according to a new survey conducted by SmartBrief, More

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