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)
Any AGC of Washington member who has spent time with Seattle District Manager Jerry Dinndorf recognizes how special he is to our organization and to our state’s construction industry. That’s why we’re honored to recognize him as he prepares to... (Read More)
Election Day is coming up Nov. 8, and AGC of Washington wants to help you vote for candidates and issues that will support the construction industry in our state for years to come.
At the top of the ticket, we ask you to cast your vote in favor... (Read More)
AGC members are encouraged to take a look at three key races in the 2016 general election that will decide if the Majority Coalition Caucus (MCC) maintains control of the Senate. The MCC is the combination of all Senate Republicans as well as... (Read More)
As a construction professional, you understand the value of a hard day’s work—and of every dollar you and your team earn. That’s why at AGC of Washington, we’re focused on providing you with the best level of service not only in areas such... (Read More)
A number of ballot measures have qualified for the Washington general election in November, and not all of them are bullish for the construction industry. AGC of Washington opposes two of them, which are detailed below, on the grounds they would... (Read More)
AGC of Washington's Seattle District Manager Jerry Dinndorf is retiring in December 2016, and the search is now on for his replacement.
Application and job information can be found here, and applications will be accepted through August 26, 2016. (Read More)
A federal court on June 26 issued a nationwide preliminary injunction preventing the U.S. Department of Labor's (DOL) final "persuader" rule from taking effect as scheduled on July 1. Although the injunction is only temporary, the ruling is a... (Read More)