SAVE THE DATE – 20th Annual NAFC Conference, August 19-22, 2018 – San Diego, CA

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It’s our 2oth Anniversary! Ensure to save the date and join NAFC as it will be holding its next Annual Conference ...

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New York’s prevailing wage law

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A cost-benefit analysis (A working paper from the Economic Policy Institute) By Russell Ormiston, Dale Belman, and Matt Hinkel November 1, ...

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Here’s why California developers must pay construction workers a fair wage

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BY SAMANTHA DRAPER Special to The Bee OCTOBER 27, 2017 5:00 AM Eighty five percent of the costs associated with housing ...

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Columbus, OH, tests plan to increase apprenticeships, local hires

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By Kim Slowey Nov. 2, 2017 Dive Brief: The city of Columbus, OH, is testing a new construction apprenticeship and local ...

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The Broken Promise

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Report from wvbrokenpromise.com Legislative leaders pushed through a law to cut local construction workers’ wages dramatically claiming the action would save ...

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Direct Federal Spending High on Industry’s Infrastructure List

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Industry officials, lawmakers also agree on need for Highway Trust Fund fix. October 14, 2017 Tom Ichniowski As the construction and ...

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GUEST COMMENTARY: Saving Midwest infrastructure from climate change

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Mary Craighead Oct 13, 2017 The increasing frequency and intensity of natural disasters that have recently come to Texas, Florida, the ...

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Construction falls lead OSHA’s top safety violations for 2017

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Kim Slowey Sep 27, 2017 Dive Brief: Fall protection in the construction industry, specifically, led the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s ...

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Wisconsin Department of Administration

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UPDATE: The 2017-2019 Wisconsin State Budget (2017 Wisconsin Act 59) repealed Wisconsin’s prevailing wage laws. Effective September 23, 2017, state prevailing ...

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‘Hire local’ executive order signed for construction projects (NY)

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By NICK LIPPA Sept. 28, 2017 Local officials and business owners came together for the signing of a new executive order ...

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Senator Lewis: We Need To Do More to Stop Wage Theft

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It is estimated that nearly $700 million is not paid to about 350,000 mostly low-wage workers each year in Massachusetts. By ...

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San Jose: Public projects valued at $6 million will require project labor agreements

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By RAMONA GIWARGIS PUBLISHED: October 24, 2017 at 1:09 pm | UPDATED: October 25, 2017 at 4:54 am SAN JOSE — ...

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