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Report: Construction employment down in two-thirds of US metros

April 7, 2021By

Construction employment declined in 236 of 358 U.S. metros from February 2020 to February 2021, according to the Associated General Contractors of America.

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AGC: Construction spending slips in February 2021

April 1, 2021By

Shrinking demand, soaring costs and supply delays are threatening construction project completion dates and finances, the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) reports.

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AGC pores over the latest construction jobs numbers

March 23, 2021By

Construction employment slipped in 225 U.S. metro areas from January 2020 to January 2021, the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) reports.

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Petrovits: Company rallied around values

March 23, 2021By

Route 82 Sand & Gravel’s Stewart Petrovits says establishing structure ahead of the pandemic is helping to get his company through this challenging stretch.

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Scepaniak: Employees stepped up during pandemic

March 17, 2021By

John Scepaniak details how Wm. D. Scepaniak’s employees rose to the occasion for their colleagues during turbulent times tied to the pandemic.

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Rising material prices, supply chain disruptions becoming problematic

March 12, 2021By

New data shows that skyrocketing costs for materials are harming most construction firms. The Associated General Contractors of America elaborates.

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Contractors continue to face serious challenges year into pandemic

March 11, 2021By

Soaring material costs, supply chain issues and project cancellations continue to affect the construction industry, says the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

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From left: Bridger and Boone Bolinder represent the third generation of leadership at Bolinder Resources, which has two fixed locations in Utah. Contract crushing is a big part of the Bolinders’ business, as well, with a market focus in Utah and Nevada but a willingness to crush just about anywhere in the U.S. Photo: P&Q Staff

Bolinder Resources built for flexibility in West

January 15, 2021By

Utah’s Bolinder brothers offer a look inside their main operation, showcasing a crushing and screening plant while sharing their vision for the business’ future.

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