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AGC Coronavirus Resources

AGC Coronavirus Resources During these unprecedented and ever-changing times, AGC of Greater Milwaukee is working to ensure you are prepared with the latest information and resources related to COVID-19. We are working around the clock to keep you and your teams safe and supported. We will continue to monitor the situation and update the information […]

COVID-19 Safety Stand-Down Week | April 6-10

The Associated General Contractors (AGC) chapters of Wisconsin and Greater Milwaukee have partnered to declare April 6-10, 2020 as “COVID-19 Safety Stand-Down Week” in Wisconsin. This declaration is in response to a recent meeting between AGC contractors and Governor Evers. During the March 31st meeting, Governor Evers emphasized that “Safety is Job #1” during this […]

AGC, Others, Push OSHA to Stop Treating Coronavirus Positives as Reportable Incidents & Calls for Flexibility for Firms Running Short of N95 Masks

AGC, along with our industry partners on the Construction Industry Safety Coalition (CISC), is pushing the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to re-evaluate its decision to treat cases of employees contracting COVID-19 as recordable incidents. Instead, healthcare providers should be required to report these cases on their logs because they are in direct contact […]

AGC of America Coronavirus Resources

A Message from AGC-GM Chief Executive Officer Mike Fabishak: AGC Members, I wanted to let you know that I have been in contact with the AGC of America since last week concerning the corona virus. I was particularly interested in understanding what actions they have taken on issues centered around paid sick leave, reportable incidents […]

AGC-GM Workforce Development Initiatives & Programs 2018

Given the vital importance of developing our future workforce, we are providing the following report on AGC’s workforce development activities. It highlights our involvement, leadership and effort in addressing the critical need for new workers in the construction industry. With the lack of availability of employable candidates reaching record levels, AGC and the construction industry […]

Nearly $200,000 was given to 83 construction workers to help cover losses they incurred as a result of Hurricane Harvey

The AGC Charities Inc, the charitable arm of the Associated General Contractors of America, is providing 83 construction workers in Texas with a total of $195,000 in donated funds to help cover losses they incurred as a result of Hurricane Harvey. The checks, which amount to $2,350 per construction workers, are intended to help employees of firms that belong to the association cover the costs of uninsured and uncompensated damages caused by the storm.