Skanska Engaged in Phase One of EdgeCore Mesa Construction

April 2018 — Member NewsSkanska, a member of multiple AGC chapters, has begun working on EdgeCore Mesa’s facility located at 3856 S. Everton Terrace Mesa, Arizona. Phase one, a $22-million construction project, consists of development of a 25-acre site into the first of a seven-building data center. The project includes site work, underground utilities, a […]

Administration Announces “One Federal Decision” Policy

April 2018 — AdvocacyIn Line with AGC Environmental Review Streamlining Recommendations On April 9, the Trump administration unveiled an AGC-backed “One Federal Decision” memorandum of understanding signed by more than a dozen federal agencies that establishes a coordinated and timely process for environmental reviews of major infrastructure projects. AGC has advocated for streamlining provisions like […]

2019 Sage Construction Business and Hiring Outlook

January 2019 — Top News Seventy-nine percent of construction firms plan to expand their payrolls in 2019 but an almost equal percentage are worried about their ability to locate and hire qualified workers, according to survey results released by AGC of America and Sage Construction and Real Estate. The findings are detailed in Contractors Remain […]

Elevate Your Digital Influence with This Upcoming Event

Digital technology has given small businesses access to all the tools previously only reserved for large enterprises. But having access to these tools does’t guarantee you’ll be good at marketing your business or brand. The Elevate Your Digital Influence event will teach you how to put together a PR plan and leverage your social media […]

Construction Costs Climb in March; Tariff Threats May Delay or Cancel Projects

April 2018 — Top NewsConstruction costs climbed again in March, with increases for a wide range of building materials, including many that are subject to proposed tariffs that could drive prices still higher and cause scarcities, according to an analysis by AGC of America of Labor Department data released recently. Association officials warned that tariffs […]

AGC Promotes Work Zone Safety at National Event

April 2018 — Top NewsAGC’s Highway and Transportation Division Chair Ken Kubacki participated in a media event at the Jane Byrne interchange project in downtown Chicago, Illinois as part of this year’s Work Zone Awareness Week activities. Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner headlined the event. AGC serves on the National Work Zone Awareness Week organizing committee […]

10 Tips for Improving Your Results as a Small Business Owner

The effort you put into your small business is important. But you still need to concern yourself with the results. If you want to improve the results your small business gets, you have to focus on the right tasks and constantly make realistic improvements. Here are some tips from members of the online small business […]

Construction Links Network: Weekly Round Up February 16, 2019

Welcome to this week’s edition of the Weekly Round Up published by Construction Links Network. Below are the links to all the news items published on the network over the past seven days. If you have a news item that would be of interest to our readers and website visitors, please contact us. Ideal for company […]

NFIB Member on TV to Help Promote Passage of Senate Bill 6

Alpha Graphics owner Edward Rothschild explains to viewers the difficulties in complying with Colorados sales and use tax.

50% of IT Pros Say Business’s Budget Limits Its Network Security

What prevents companies from developing and implementing comprehensive security plans? The results of a survey released by BAE Systems Applied Intelligence has revealed budget plays an important role when it comes to network security. In the survey, 50% of IT professionals said budget is a bottleneck to objective achievement. As networks become more complex, the […]

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