Along with fellow Idahoans, “Action” Jackson will be honored at the Southwest Idaho Philanthropy Day celebration on November 13 at 11:00 am MT. The Outstanding Adult Philanthropist award will be given to “Action” along with two other deserving Idahoans. Their good works will be showcased during the online event.
Nonfarm payroll construction employment, seasonally adjusted, increased in October by 84,000 to a total of 7,345,000, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.
Three-fourths of the 1,077 respondents in AGC’s October 7-19 coronavirus survey, released on Wednesday, reported that an owner had postponed or canceled at least one scheduled project, compared to 60% of respondents in the AGC-Autodesk Workforce Survey conducted in August and
On today's Words With Wayne, meet our newest staff member Blake Mecham, see how our scholarship fundraiser is going, and hear about a NEW partnership awards program between the Idaho AGC and ITD.
Seasonally adjusted construction employment in September exceeded pre-pandemic February levels in only eight states and the District of Columbia, according to AGC’s analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data
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Construction firms reported diverging views over the past month about when business will “return to its normal level of operations relative to one year ago,” based on results from Census’s latest weekly Small Business Pulse Survey, released on Thursday with responses from October 4 to 12.
Construction employment, seasonally adjusted, increased in September by 26,000 to a total of 7,245,000, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported on October 2. As in July and August, gains were concentrated in residential and select nonresidential categories.