Volume 3 -- Issue 18 -- September 21, 2006
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AGC Midyear Meeting
AGC Prepares to Host Nation’s Construction Leaders in San Francisco, California
AGC Midyear Meeting Environmental Highlights—Don’t Miss Key Open Forums
Surety Bonding—Everything You Wanted to Know, but Were Afraid to Ask
Workforce Development, Open Shop, and Union Contractors Committees to Meet at Midyear Meeting
AGC PAC Presents an Election Preview – Friday, September 29 at 11:00 a.m.
Simonson Says
Cost Challenges Continue
Festival of the Building Arts
AGC Sponsors 2006 Festival of the Building Arts—Save the Date
Municipal & Utilities
AGC Meets with Recently Confirmed First Administrator of PHMSA to Work to Enhance Safety
Immigration Compliance
Immigration Compliance Guidance Now Available by Digital Download
Chapter Corner
South Florida YCF Uses Build Up! Kits to Reach the Next Generation of the Construction Industry
AGC Awards Programs
Apply Now to the AGC Aon Build America Awards, Marvin M. Black Excellence In Partnering Awards and the Construction Safety Excellence Awards (CSEA)

  AGC Prepares to Host Nation’s Construction Leaders in San Francisco, California

Gearing up to host construction professionals from across the country on September 29 through October 1, 2006 at the San Francisco Marriott Hotel, AGC will present topics including:

• The latest economic trends from AGC’s Chief Economist Ken Simonson;
• Marketing techniques to attract new business;
• What you need to know about Building Information Modeling (BIM) to stay competitive in the marketplace;
• Who the AGC Political Action Committee plans to support in the upcoming elections;
• What your handwriting really tells about your personality; and
• How to make the most of the newest construction tax cut.

AGC’s 2006 Midyear Meeting, The Owner's Advantage, promises to provide contractors with the skill, information and connections they need to deliver quality projects on time and within budget.  More information is online at http://www.agc.org/2006Midyear. [ return to top ]