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Senators Gardner and Wielechowski Release Legal Opinion Clarifying Use of Project 80's Appropriation Intended for Deferred and Critical Maintenance, Not New Construction

Corps Partners with Engineer Brigade for Training Opportunities

Corps Partners with Engineer Brigade for Training Opportunities

Construction Employers add 17,000 Jobs in November

Urban Energy Efficiency Efforts

Urban Energy Efficiency Efforts

Energy efficiency efforts in Alaska’s urban areas are saving money and energy. Select schools in Anchorage, a library in Homer, a health center in Fairbanks, and the airport in Juneau are a few public success stories where savings are being realized through energy efficiency programs for new and existing infrastructure.

Rare Spike in Public Outlays Sends Construction Spending To Four-Year Peak

Rare Spike In Public Outlays Sends Construction Spending To Four-Year Peak In October Despite Declines In Private Residential, Nonresidential Markets

Construction Employment Increased In 215 Out Of 339 Metro Areas Between October 2012 & 2013 But Only 21 Areas Topped Previous Highs For The Month

Associated General Contractors Elect Officers: Anchorage Contractor Named President

Associated General Contractors Elect Officers: Anchorage Contractor Named President

Stan Johnson Company Sells Four-Building Office Complex in Alaska for $104 million

ABC Foresees Additional Recovery in Nonresidential Sectors Next Year

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