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Important Piece of Alaska’s Consumer Protection Laws Updated

ADOT&PF to Remove State-Owned Structures for Knik Arm Crossing Project

Construction Spending Inches Higher in May for Third Straight Month as Gains in Private Nonresidential and Public Construction Offset Housing Dip

Bristol Bay’s New Player

Bristol Bay’s New Player

Bristol Bay in Southwest Alaska is the state’s biggest and most valuable commercial salmon fishery, with millions of prime sockeye returning each summer to spawn.

Construction Employment Increases in 218 Out of 339 Metro Areas Between May 2013 & 2014 as 28 Areas Match or Exceed Previous Records for the Month

Legislators Welcome Fire Station Replacement

Governor Signs Legislation Advancing Knik Arm Crossing Project

Governor Signs Bill To Fund Construction of Knik Arm Crossing

Construction Employment Increased in 40 States and DC from a Year Ago and in 30 States and DC from April to May as Sector Slowly Rebuilds

Murkowski Committee Work Brings Alaska Infrastructure Investment, Water Projects

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