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USDOT Grant Awards include Labor Mandates

Twenty-three out of 166 USDOT RAISE grant-awarded projects included either local hire goals, government mandated project labor agreements, and/or registered apprenticeship programs, in line with the Administration’s policies.

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Labor Mandates Tied to Federal Tax Incentives

Inflation Reduction Act ties—for the first time—labor mandates as a condition for receiving tax incentives spurring private construction projects.

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Construction CHIPS In

Why $39B in federal funding for the construction of semiconductor manufacturing plants will help lift all contractors—building or transportation, public and private. 

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Bad Deal for Construction

Why the so-called Inflation Reduction Act that Sens. Joe Manchin and Chuck Schumer negotiated is still a bad deal for the construction industry. 

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Senate Supports Tossing NEPA Rule

The Senate voted in line with AGC to overturn the Biden administration’s onerous NEPA rule to restore certainty for the construction industry and the environmental permitting process.

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Surety From A Different Angle

Whether you are undertaking or supporting the next challenging project, you always look for new ways to build smarter.

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FHWA on New Buy America Requirements

Valuable insights from FHWA on how it plans to move forward with new Buy America requirements.

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U.S. DOT RFI on American Made Construction Materials

AGC needs your help to understand the availability of domestically produced construction materials and how new changes to Buy America could impact your future bids and jobs.  

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Machin Says Deal

With Senator Machin agreeing to a $700B+ bill, AGC’s got a first take on what matters for the construction industry.

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No Sweat at OSHA/AGC Meeting

OSHA’s top officials earnestly engage with AGC contractors to understand the real-world impacts of the agency’s heat hazards National Emphasis Program, including the 80-degree trigger, reduced worker hours to allow for acclimatization, and body temperature and heart rate monitoring. 

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