Analysis of “PRO Act” Legislation Finds the Measure Will Disproportionately Hurt Union Contractors and Workers

Union construction contractors and their workers will be disproportionately hurt by proposed legislation known as the PRO Act, according to the findings of a new analysis released today by the Associated General Contractors of America. The analysis concluded that the legislation would harm the entire construction industry. Moreover, the analysis detailed how the measure would make it

House Considers $25 Billion for Airport Construction Investment

On April 26, AGC urged the House of Representatives to authorize airport infrastructure improvement funding totaling $25.4 billion—a $5.3 billion increase compared to existing levels—over the next five years as part of the multi-year Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reauthorization bill. The infrastructure funds would come through the Airport Improvement Program (AIP), which helps finance runway construction, among

AGC Calls for Review and Rejection of New EEO-1 Report

On March 17, AGC and industry allies called for the Trump administration to review and reject the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) expansion of data reporting in the new EEO-1 form. The EEOC’s revisions to the EEO-1 form do not comply with the Paperwork Reduction Act. For example, as a result of EEOC’s changes, the

AGC Pushes for Increased Airport Construction

AGC sent a letter to the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Aviation Operation, Safety, and Security Chairman Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) and Ranking Member Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) expressing our support for increasing funding for the Airport Improvement Program (AIP) and lifting the cap on the Passenger Facility Charge.  The letter was submitted to the subcommittee as part

AGC Meets with Transportation Secretary Chao

Prioritizes Infrastructure Investment, Regulatory Reform AGC CEO Stephen Sandherr and members of AGC’s Congressional Relations staff met with Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao this week to discuss working with her and the Trump Administration on infrastructure investment and regulatory reform. In advance of the meeting, AGC provided a list of Transportation Department regulatory requirements, both newly

Congress Asks AGC for Guidance on Water Infrastructure

Testifies before House of Representatives On March 9, AGC called for permit streamlining, long-term funding and timely construction execution decision making—i.e., change order decisions—by and for federal agencies involved in water infrastructure construction, including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. AGC member Jonathan Kernion—president of Cycle Construction Company based in

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