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Biden Vows To Speed Environmental Reviews

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A new press release from the White House outlines a plan to release a new Permitting Action Plan to strengthen and accelerate Federal permitting and environmental reviews.

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AGC Urges End To Tariffs

ARLINGTON, VA - Prices of materials and services for nonresidential construction leaped nearly 21 percent from year-ago levels, according to an analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of government data.

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Pandemic Lessons Loom

LAS VEGAS – Everyone hopes the pandemic is a once-in-a-century event, but contract language never sleeps. Construction attorneys, contractors, and governments can learn from pandemic issues in a variety of ways.

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AGC Calls For Tariff Relief

AGC urged the Biden administration to relieve major cost pressures by removing remaining tariffs.

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Industry News: $125K Fine; White House Budget; Giordano Appointed

NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James announced via press release that her office secured $125,000 from a contractor who skirted diversity requirements.

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Pete Fowler Construction Services – A Problem Solver

SAN CLEMENTE, CA – After 25 years in the consulting business, the employees at Pete Fowler Construction Services (PFCS) have seen a lot. While much has changed since the San Clemente-based consulting firm opened its doors in 1997, some things r
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Supply Chain Delays: What Claim Issues Are You Seeing?

In many industries, the “supply chain” mantra is familiar and persistent. This month we continue the topic with a focus on claims specifically related to delays.

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Jail Time For Construction Company Owner

SEATTLE — A West Seattle construction company owner is facing jail time in a milestone case that’s holding an employer criminally responsible for a preventable worker death. According to a Washington State Department of Labor & Industries Pre
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EDITORIAL: Fulfill Promise Of Infrastructure Bill

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Construction spending increased in January compared to both December and a year ago, with strong gains in private nonresidential and residential construction but mixed results for public spending, according to an analysis of