AGC of Washington has endorsed Bill Bryant for governor in 2016. AGC’s Board of Trustees voted to endorse Bryant during its Nov. 9 meeting.
“We are pleased to endorse Bill Bryant,” said AGC Executive Vice President David D’Hondt. “We... (Read More)
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has issued a nationwide stay of the new federal regulation redefining “waters of the U.S.” (WOTUS) for the purposes of the Clean Water Act. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army... (Read More)
Legislators are already looking ahead to the 2016 elections, which will be a very big deal for our state Legislature. All 98 members of the State House and 25 member of the State Senate are up for election plus all of the statewide races such as... (Read More)
An overwhelming majority of construction firms report trouble finding qualified craft workers to fill key spots as demand for construction continues to rebound in many parts of the country, according to the results of an industry-wide survey... (Read More)
All AGC of Washington members are invited—and encouraged—to attend their respective upcoming Retro Think Tank meeting during October 2015. You will leave the meetings with your 2016 proposed EMR along with valuable information designed to save... (Read More)
The following article from Judd H. Lees and Williams Kastner originally appeared on our website. It has been edited slightly for timeliness.
While employers were troubled by the National Labor Relations Board’s decision to issue a complaint... (Read More)
The following excerpt is from an article by Brian Keeley and Jeremy T. Vermilyea of Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt. Read the full version here reprinted with the permission of the Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce.
The DOL now says carpenters... (Read More)
Gov. Jay Inslee recently directed the state Department of Ecology to step up enforcement of existing state pollution laws and develop a regulatory cap on carbon emissions. The Governor said the regulatory cap on carbon emissions would force a... (Read More)
Federal authorization to continue spending on highway projects was scheduled to conclude at the end of July, creating uncertainty about the future of major construction projects across the U.S. Yet 11th hour activity resulted in a three-month... (Read More)
Completion of State Routes 167 and 509, the North-South Corridor in Spokane and the west end of the 520 bridge–projects decades in the making–will actually come to pass, thanks to final passage of the comprehensive transportation-funding... (Read More)