This important notice comes from The South Florida AGC’s Government Affairs Team: As indicated at this week’s AGC Council meeting, NCCI just proposed today a net 17.1% increase in Florida workers’ compensation insurance rates. The vast majority of this increase stems from...

The South Florida AGC would like to welcome two new members to the South Florida AGC Family: BLDM USA and Central Concrete Supermix

The Florida Department of transportation and City of Miami Beach announced an agreement to address flooding on Indian Creek Drive with a $25 million project.

Preparing the next generation of leaders is a necessity for the growth of any company. The need for professional development in the construction industry is especially important given the current demand for human capital.

A Broward landmark, the Hurricane Rollercoaster is no more. The Hurricane was the tallest wooden amusement ride in the State of Florida. The demolition is the first step in the construction of a 102 acre shopping center named Dania Pointe. The project's first phase is expected to open in the fall of 2017 and encompasses 35 acres.

On March fourth South Florida AGC Members gathered for the first, South Florida AGC First Friday Luncheon. Over sixty members of the construction community were in attendance to hear City of Miami Commissioner Francis Suarez discuss Transportation in South Florida and what projects are most likely to be seen in the future.

Congratulations to South Florida AGC Member Coastal Construction on their being selected to build the $2 billion Miami World Center project.

The South Florida AGC's, First Friday Luncheon provides members of the construction community with a forum to create or reinforce existing relationships with other professionals while learning about timely issues affecting the industry. This month we will be at Ft. Lauderdale's Boatyard restaurant. Join us for cocktails, conversation and content!

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