Washington legislators are promoting HB 1851, a proposal that would make it nearly impossible for work, which hadn't previously been contracted out, to be offered to private businesses.
The bill requires a complex and slanted "analysis" that... (Read More)
President Donald Trump released his "Legislative Outline for Rebuilding Infrastructure in America" on February 12. The long-awaited proposal aims to address the country's growing infrastructure problem but does not outline a specific source of... (Read More)
Worker safety and health is a top priority for the construction industry, but there is always room for improvement. In the past, Washington has experienced higher injury and illness rates compared to other states. In fact, during 2011, the... (Read More)
On March 12, 2018, at 8 am The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), in conjunction with the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Washington and RHA, LLC, will provide Partnering and Conflict Resolution training to WSDOT staff... (Read More)
AGC of Washington offers its members a number of exclusive advertising and sponsorship opportunities throughout the year. If you are looking to connect with your construction-industry peers and potential business partners, our publications and... (Read More)
The 2018 AGC-WSDOT Annual Meeting is quickly approaching.
If you plan on attending, make sure to register prior to Friday, Dec. 22 at noon.
The event is for AGC members only and is scheduled for January 4, 2018, at Tacoma Elks Club Lodge at... (Read More)
All construction businesses are affected by laws drafted and passed at the national, state, and local levels. Because of this, we regularly dedicate our time and efforts to advocating for all of the companies and individual contractors that we... (Read More)
The year might be coming to an end, but your AGC of Washington benefits don't have to. In fact, if you renew your AGC membership prior to December 15th, you'll save 2 percent.
Remember — your AGC membership comes with a host of benefits... (Read More)
As a general contractor, you rely on your work truck for everything. It gets you to and from job sites, helps you transport tools, and even provides shelter during storms. Put simply, you couldn't go without it. Just as the summer sun and warm... (Read More)