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AGC Challenges Effort to Evade Illinois’ Mechanics Lien Law

On April 4, AGC of America joined four of its Illinois chapters (the Fox Valley Associated General Contractors, the Southern Illinois Builders Association, the Central Illinois Builders Association and Chicago’s Builders Association) in filing a brief amicus curiae the Appellate Court of Illinois (Second Judicial District) in AUI Construction Group v. Vaessen, where a property owner and a developer maintain that their 50-year easement agreement trumps Illinois’ mechanics lien law. 

ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS FILES SUIT TO BLOCK ADMINISTRATION’S MISGUIDED SILICA RULE

Monday, April 4, 2016

Association’s Louisiana Chapter Petitions Fifth Circuit to Challenge OSHA’s Crystalline Silica Rule, Citing Fact Rule Is Not Feasible Given Limitations of Current Dust Removal Technology

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Read ITD's April Newsletter Here

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CONSTRUCTION FIRMS ADD 37,000 JOBS IN MARCH AND OVER 300,000 FOR THE PAST YEAR AS SPENDING INCEASES IN FEBRUARY FROM A YEAR AGO IN ALL MAJOR CATEGORIES

Friday, April 1, 2016

CONSTRUCTION FIRMS ADD 37,000 JOBS IN MARCH AND OVER 300,000 FOR THE PAST YEAR AS SPENDING INCEASES IN FEBRUARY FROM A YEAR AGO IN ALL MAJOR CATEGORIES

Construction Jobs Growing at Twice the Rate of Total Nonfarm Jobs as Sector’s Unemployment Rate Hits 10-Year March Low; Several Spending Segments Jump 20 Percent for the Year Despite Dip in Monthly Total

Change Orders...Are You Kidding Yourself?

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