Have you heard? OSHA is set to roll back protections for workers who may come in contact with Beryllium, a potentially deadly mineral.
The proposal would require shipyards and construction companies that use coal slag to meet the same limits as... (Read More)
Although we have been riding high on nearly-constant private construction industry forecasts, that doesn't mean our industry isn't facing some headwinds.
As digital trends disrupt entire industries, the construction sector is going to have to... (Read More)
Have you heard? Everything is getting smart these days. It started with your phone, then moved on to your TV. Heck, even your refrigerator might be “smart.”
The fact is, technology is changing everything, and not just devices. Even the... (Read More)
As the Great Recession recedes, the U.S. construction market has seen an unprecedented boom... but are we reaching the end of the road?
Bankers who leveraged the financing to fund the boom are wondering: have developers put up too many buildings... (Read More)
With the 98th Annual Associated General Contractors of America convention having passed – and boy, was it a good one – we wanted to take a moment to reintroduce yourselves to you, our friends, family and even current members.
We get it, you... (Read More)
The numbers continue to impress. Construction employment increased by 6,000 jobs in March. As mild winter weather drove construction activity in February, the good news spilled into the spring.
Although there's been plenty of activity, declining... (Read More)
As you know, here at the AGC of Utah, we are always at the forefront of bringing you the latest and greatest in construction news and technology, and this blog continues that trend.
In our latest construction technology roundup, we take a closer... (Read More)
We've been hearing a lot about driverless cars, but how about driverless trucks? You may be surprised to learn that the first autonomous vehicles to hit the road may in fact be construction trucks.
While some may question the logic, consider the... (Read More)
From Union Station in Washington, D.C. to Pennsylvania in New York City, transit hubs around the country are putting billions of dollars into retrofits and traveler network expansions.
Driving the new development is a desire to look good and... (Read More)