January 2021 — Industry Events
January 2021 — IN CASE YOU MISSED IT COVID-19 has led construction companies to adopt new digital check-in apps that keep employees safe and jobsites symptom-free from the virus. Employers are discovering additional benefits with the use of these apps – benefits that may protect them from potential lawsuits.BY BRIAN JUNGINGER, CONSTRUCTION LITIGATION ATTORNEYMCINERNEY & DILLON, AN AGC OF CALIFORNIA MEMBER
January 2021 — Chapter News The late, great NC Senate leader Marc Basnight had a special fondness for bridges. “Bridges bring people together. They never divide,” he wrote for a dedication in 2019 of a 2.8-mile, $254 million bridge over Oregon Inlet named for him. Sen. Basnight, who died last month after a long battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), was a big believer in infrastructure funding, particularly in connecting remote parts of his state
December 2020 — IN CASE YOU MISSED IT The construction industry has a rep for being slow on the tech uptake. We asked Gonzalo Galindo why. “It’s the million-dollar question,” he replies.BY AMY DREW THOMPSON
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January 2021 — Construction Economic News Few construction firms expect the industry to recover to pre-pandemic levels anytime soon, while demand for most types of projects is likely to fall amid growing project delays and cancellations Construction employment increased by 51,000 jobs in December, with gains for nonresidential as well as residential contractors, according to an analysis by AGC of America of government data released recently. Association officials cautioned, however, that its latest survey shows
September 2021 — Top News Click HERE to find a new AGC COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit that members can share with their staff, trade contractors, subcontractors, and partners. AGC has gathered information on COVID-19 vaccines, their safety and their effectiveness that members can use in their education efforts; created an industry-specific public service message urging the industry to get vaccinated; and provided resources to assist with employer vaccine policies. As we learn more about the COVID-19
January 2021 — Industry Events
Information is power when running a business. Facts, statistics, and analysis of your customers and the tools you utilize may help you connect more effectively. So how do you narrow down what information is most useful? Read on for tips from members of the online small business community. Improve Retention by Calculating Customer Health Index The more information you have about your customers, the more effectively you can communicate with them. That improved communication can
The Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) will save a total of $5.8 million over the lifetime of its two-phase energy efficiency project. The post Library System Breaks Ground On New Solar Array appeared first on Facility Executive Magazine – Creating Intelligent Buildings.
Before the pandemic I was going to about 30 physical events a year. During the pandemic I haven’t gone to any, but I’ve gone to way more events virtually. And I can honestly say that in either form, events leave a lot to be desired. But at least physical events allowed you to actually see and be around people, which made up for some of the shortcomings of those events. Jon Reed, ERP industry thought
It would be comforting to think the post-pandemic economic recovery will proceed along the same path as other post-recession recoveries. No doubt there will be some similarities; but there will also be major differences. No one is quite sure about the extent to which personal preferences have been changed by the health crisis of the […] The post 10 Mid-September Economic Nuggets – Three Key Developing Trends appeared first on constructconnect.com.
The California Energy Commission recently announced its adoption of the 2022 Building Energy Efficiency Standards (Energy Code) for newly constructed and renovated buildings.
At the beginning of the month, the Texas Facilities Commission announced that they had completed the valuation phase for the Program Manager for the Border Wall.
On Tuesday (Sept. 14), global coatings firm The Sherwin-Williams Company announced four new color palettes for high-performance flooring.
Recently, inventors of what's being dubbed the first-ever solar-powered locomotive put their transportation vehicle to the test on a railroad track in Sonoma, California.
According to an emailed press release from author Lee Wilson, the second edition of the Paint Inspector's Field Guide is now available.
The Broward County School Board is accepting bids for high school renovations in Hallandale, Florida.
BASF has joined the Royal Society of Chemistry’s (RSC) task force that aims to make a polymers industry — worth $125 billion annually — more sustainable.