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)
Sound Transit hopes to move forward on its third phase with a package of up to $15 billion. It’s still a long way off with no certainty for its success, as the legislature still has to provide permission to Sound Transit to put the measure on the... (Read More)
It’s not the $15 billion comprehensive transportation funding package that AGC of Washington is pushing for, but the Legislature recently passed the 2015-1017 “current law” budget that will fund a few projects, insert some money into... (Read More)
Throughout the year, AGC of Washington provides young professionals in the construction industry with educational and networking opportunities. As June 2015 approaches, here are several great events to consider attending.
June 3: Prevailing Wage... (Read More)
At AGC of Washington, we believe membership in our association will make your business more effective, profitable and rewarding.
Don’t take our word for it, though; see for yourself with this list of member benefits we’re proud to provide. We... (Read More)