Boise State Construction Management’s student chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) was awarded third place in the 2017 outstanding Student Chapter Contest. In February 2018, the Boise State AGC student chapter officers (shown below) shared their
year’s activities and student involvement at the AGC National Conference in New Orleans, LA, and received their national certificate.
BOISE, Idaho – Idaho Associated General Contractors (AGC) has named Brad Little as its pick to be Idaho’s next governor. Idaho ACG is a statewide trade association representing commercial construction including industrial, buildings and highways. Idaho AGC has served as the voice of the construction industry in the Gem State for more than eight decades.
Boise State CM’s Heavy Civil team coaches Bruce Larabee and John Stevenson (not pictured) led student members Rich Wiseman, Josh
Zigler, Gavin Pointer, Keelan Butler, Kalob Turner, Patrick Baur, Sam Oberting to a second place win in the Region 6 Heavy Civil
The Idaho Department of Labor's "Construction Career Pathways" event, held at the O'Connor Field House in Caldwell was a veritable who's who of Idaho AGC Members. In addition to Idaho AGC's Education & Training Director Kristy Watson, employees from McAlvain Companies, Inc, Lochsa Engineering, Franz Witte Landscape Contracting, Inc., Strata, Inc., Idaho Materials & Construction, Oldcastle Precast, Inc., Knife River, and Sunroc Corporation all came together as a team to represent the industry and educate those considering a career in construction.
Seasonally adjusted construction employment rose in 35 states and the District of Columbia year-over-year (y/y) from February 2017 to February 2018, declined in 14 states and was unchanged in Vermont, an AGC analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)
The producer price index (PPI) for final demand in February, not seasonally adjusted, increased 0.3% from January and 2.8% year-over-year (y/y) from February 2017, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported on Wednesday.