The spirit of innovation will be on full display May 25 as we celebrate the 2017 Build Washington Awards at the Museum of Flight in Seattle. Winners are posted and you can register on our website for this annual event honoring our region’s top... (Read More)
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The Washington Senate's Republican-led Majority Coalition Caucus (MCC) unveiled its... (Read More)
Last November, when voters passed Initiative 1433, commonly known as the minimum-wage initiative, they were also approving a provision in I-1433 that requires employers to provide paid sick leave.
requires all employers to... (Read More)
Each year, we look forward to the Build Washington Awards because it provides the opportunity to recognize the outstanding performance of our members. So we’re even more excited this year to announce a new and much-improved online submission... (Read More)
New in 2017, we’re proud to announce the launch of two amazing new tools for Washington construction professionals and employers. AGC of Washington members can use these resources to find talent for their work sites or to advance their own... (Read More)
Our members are passionate about the Washington construction industry. But when it comes to explaining the value we bring to our state and its residents off the cuff, it can be a challenge to think of the right statistics, facts and resources to... (Read More)
At the 2017 AGC of Washington Annual Convention, you’ll not only network with construction professionals from across the state. You’ll also hear from a lineup of incredible speakers about where our industry is headed in a series of TED... (Read More)
As many of you know, long-time Seattle District Manager Jerry Dinndorf is retiring at the end of the year. Now, after a lengthy search, AGC is very pleased to welcome Sonja Forster to our staff as the new Seattle District manager.
A University of... (Read More)
The election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency has left contractors questioning what regulatory changes they might face in 2017 and beyond. Of most widespread interest are Labor Department administrative regulations passed under the Obama... (Read More)