Volume 2 -- Issue 20 -- October 20, 2005
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AGC Katrina Construction Workers Fund
NASCLA Donates $10,000 to AGC Katrina Construction Workers Fund
AGC Awards Notifications
Apply Now for the 2006 Build America and Marvin M. Black Excellence in Partnering Awards
Apply Now for the 7th Annual AGC/Willis Construction Safety Excellence Awards
Apply Now for AGC’s Workforce Development Awards
Simonson Says
Prices, Availability Worries Climb in Wake of Hurricanes
AGC’s Chief Economist Ken Simonson to Lead Audio Conference on the 2006 Economic Outlook for Construction Materials
Highway Issues
2006 AGC Highway Issues Meeting to be Held in February
News from Washington
House Temporarily Delays Discretionary Spending Cuts
AGC Supports Comprehensive Immigration Reform – Hill Action Expected this Fall
FY 2006 Funding Package for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Coming Together
AGC of St. Louis to Host Construction Careers Center Open House
AGC to Host Leadership Skills Workshop in South Dakota
Federal & Heavy
Construction and Surety Industries Score Key Victory with Issuance of Final Rule Clarifying Use of Powers of Attorney for Bid Bonds
Grassroots Call for Water Resources Development Legislation Intensifies
AGC Products and Services
AGC Offers Construction Estimating & Bidding: Theory – Principles – Process Second Edition
Chapter Corner
AGC of Nevada and Students Help Hurricane Katrina Victims
Construction Finance
Register Now—Space is limited for the 9th Annual Construction Financial Management Conference

  NASCLA Donates $10,000 to AGC Katrina Construction Workers Fund
On Tuesday, October 11, Charles Marceaux, Board Member of the National Association of State Contracting Licensing Agencies (NASCLA) presented AGC's Treasurer Vic Weston with a generous contribution of $10,000 for AGC's Hurricane Katrina Construction Workers Fund. 


The Hurricane Katrina Construction Workers Fund, through the AGC Education and Research Foundation, was established to provide financial assistance to the construction workers in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama who suffered financially from the disaster. AGC will work with the chapters in those states to establish criteria for eligibility, identify eligible victims and distribute contributions.

AGC thanks all those who have donated to this fund.

Click here to learn how to contribute. [ return to top ]