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Construction Group Launches New Effort to Combat High Suicide Rates and Improve Mental Health Among the Industry’s Workers

By admin@agcfla.build | September 30, 2022 | Comments Off on Construction Group Launches New Effort to Combat High Suicide Rates and Improve Mental Health Among the Industry’s Workers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, September 22, 2022 Contact: Michelle DePotter (561) 312-3991 CONSTRUCTION GROUP LAUNCHES NEW EFFORT TO COMBAT HIGH SUICIDE RATES AND IMPROVE MENTAL…

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Construction Employment Grows In 246 Of 358 Metro Areas From August 2021 To 2022 But Record Openings Show Firms Want To Add More Workers

By admin@agcfla.build | September 29, 2022 | Comments Off on Construction Employment Grows In 246 Of 358 Metro Areas From August 2021 To 2022 But Record Openings Show Firms Want To Add More Workers

Wed, 09/28/2022 – 10:30 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Texas, Muskegon, Mich., Bloomington, Ill. Have Largest 12-Month Gains; Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Fla. and Richmond, Va. Experience the Worst Year-over-Year…

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Construction Employment Increases In 31 States From July To August Even As Many Firms Report They Are Struggling To Hire Workers

By admin@agcfla.build | September 16, 2022 | Comments Off on Construction Employment Increases In 31 States From July To August Even As Many Firms Report They Are Struggling To Hire Workers

Arizona Has Largest One-Month Pickup in Jobs, While Minnesota and Wyoming Have Largest Decreases; Lack of Qualified Applicants Is Major Reason for Project Delays as 93…

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Construction Group Launches New Effort To Combat High Suicide Rates And Improve Mental Health Among The Industry’s Workers

By admin@agcfla.build | September 15, 2022 | Comments Off on Construction Group Launches New Effort To Combat High Suicide Rates And Improve Mental Health Among The Industry’s Workers

Associated General Contractors of America to Release Series of Mental Health PSAs, Host Quarterly Mental Health Forums and Assemble Resources for Firms to Use with…

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Construction Input Costs Decrease 1.1 Percent Amid Falling Fuel Prices, But Other Goods And Some Services Continue Upward Price Trend

By admin@agcfla.build | September 14, 2022 | Comments Off on Construction Input Costs Decrease 1.1 Percent Amid Falling Fuel Prices, But Other Goods And Some Services Continue Upward Price Trend

Association Urges Federal Officials to Work on Avoiding Rail Strike, Allow Employer-Based Immigration, As Survey Finds Long Lead Times, Shortages of Materials and Workers Caused Widespread…

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AGC PAC: The Associated General Contractors Of America Political Action Committee Endorses Chuck Morse For The U.S. Senate

By admin@agcfla.build | September 7, 2022 | Comments Off on AGC PAC: The Associated General Contractors Of America Political Action Committee Endorses Chuck Morse For The U.S. Senate

Construction Industry’s Election Fund Also Provides the Maximum Contribution to Support Mr. Morse’s Campaign Noting His Strong Political Background Advocating for the Construction Industry The Associated…

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Construction Industry Adds 16,000 Jobs In August But Nonresidential Contractors Struggle To Fill Slots Amid 3.9 Percent Unemployment Rate

By admin@agcfla.build | September 2, 2022 | Comments Off on Construction Industry Adds 16,000 Jobs In August But Nonresidential Contractors Struggle To Fill Slots Amid 3.9 Percent Unemployment Rate

Association Official Notes that 91 Percent of Contractors are Having a Hard Time Finding Workers According to a New Survey, Likely Limiting the Number of…

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Construction Spending Slips In July As Sharp Downturn In Homebuilding Outweighs Advances In Private Nonresidential And Public Projects

By admin@agcfla.build | September 1, 2022 | Comments Off on Construction Spending Slips In July As Sharp Downturn In Homebuilding Outweighs Advances In Private Nonresidential And Public Projects

Construction Association Survey Finds Labor Shortages and Supply Chain Problems are Constraining Further Nonresidential Growth; Officials Urge Public Leaders to Reform Training and Immigration Policies…

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Construction Workforce Shortages Risk Undermining Infrastructure Projects As Most Contractors Struggle To Fill Open Positions

By admin@agcfla.build | September 1, 2022 | Comments Off on Construction Workforce Shortages Risk Undermining Infrastructure Projects As Most Contractors Struggle To Fill Open Positions

91 Percent of Construction Firms Having a Hard Time Finding Workers to Hire, Driving Up Costs and Project Delays, New Survey by the Associated General…

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Construction Employment Increases In 250 Of 358 Metro Areas Between July 2021 And 2022 But Contractors Report Difficulty Finding Workers

By admin@agcfla.build | September 1, 2022 | Comments Off on Construction Employment Increases In 250 Of 358 Metro Areas Between July 2021 And 2022 But Contractors Report Difficulty Finding Workers

Mon, 08/29/2022 – 10:32 Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, Texas and Cheyenne, Wyo. Experience the Largest Gains over 12 Months; Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Fla. and Bergen-Hudson-Passaic, N.J. Post the…

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