AGC has compiled data on the role of the construction in the economy and employment in the United States, each state and major metro areas.
Christopher Glushko with Baker Concrete passed away Saturday, October 6, 2018 at the age of 38. He is survived by his son Cameron Glushko. The world lost a great man, and a loving father this past weekend. He will surely be remembered and missed. A gofundme page was created to help with his funeral service and arrangements. Any remaining balance will be used to provide for any needs Cameron may have.
One of the oldest communities in Miami, Coconut Grove suddenly has many new projects sprouting up near its historic buildings and lush tree canopies.
Schiller Sanon-Jules remembers eating fried pork and plantains in Little Haiti when he was a kid in the 1980s. “It was a taste of Haiti,” says Sanon-Jules, who immigrated to the US as a child and now owns the Little Haiti Thrift and Gift Store, one of the shops on the neighborhood’s brightly-colored main street.
Fuel, metal, and asphalt costs increase by double digits as labor costs continue to rise, while prices contractors charge to build projects grow by low single digits.
It always makes us proud to see member firms recognized for their work. Take a look at which projects from Coastal, Current Builders, Moriarty Florida, and Moss made the cut.
Construction Spending Numbers Show Strong Continued Demand Across Nearly Every Sector; Association Urges Investment in Career and Technical Education, Immigration Policy Changes to Maintain Growth
The South Florida AGC was proud to be on hand to urge the Miami Dade County Commission to approve the Kendall Parkway Project. Watch South Florida AGC Executive Director Carlos Carrillo address the Commission.