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STIMULUS
AGC Member Company Wins Stimulus Project, Saves and Adds Construction Jobs
Administration Releases Education Stimulus Funding and Guidance
OMB Publishes Updated Guidance to Agencies for Implementing the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
AGC Chapters Discuss Stimulus Jobs
Interim Rules Governing Stimulus Issued
EPA Distributes More Than $2 Billion to States for Water
Number of Project Bids Increase While Prices Drop
CARD CHECK
Congressional Support for Card Check Wanes, AGC Maintains Opposition
HIGHWAY
AGC Joins Work Zone Awareness Week Kick-Off Event
TRAINING & EVENTS
AGC Launches New BIM 101 Program
STP Instructor Training Workshop
Economic Stimulus and Recovery Watch - Strategic Briefings
Register for the AGC Building Contractors Conference
CM AT-RISK
New CM At-Risk State-by-State Resource Available
CONSENSUSDOCS
How to Get Owners to Use ConsensusDOCS Contract Documents
1997 AIA Documents Expire May 31, Make the Switch to ConsensusDOCS
HR & LABOR
HR Professionals Conference and Training & Development Conference Will Be Held Concurrently
New I-9 Form in Effect
Federal Agencies Issue COBRA Subsidy Guidance & Model Notices
ENVIRONMENT
EPA Publishes Proposed Rule for Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases by Major Sources
AWARDS
Time is Running Out to Apply to New Awards Program
BOOKSTORE
Project Delivery Systems for Construction
 
STIMULUS
AGC Member Company Wins Stimulus Project, Saves and Adds Construction Jobs
 

AGC member company Pike Industries Inc., will begin work on Route 101 in New Hampshire next month, reported the local WMUR.  Company president Christian Zimmermann was prevented from laying off workers thanks to the project, which will be the first state highway project funded by the stimulus.  Read the article.

Pike Industries Inc., will host U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood tomorrow, where they will announce 15 newly hired individuals as a result of the stimulus projects the company has been awarded.  Pike is also in the process of hiring another 30 people.

For more information, contact Brian Turmail at (703) 837-5310 or turmailb@agc.org. Return to Top

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