The Associated General Contractors of South Florida realizes the vital impact the construction industry has upon the well-being, comfort and safety of the entire public, and this awesome role requires professional responsibility founded upon honor and trust. This responsibility requires, among other things, that we seek to improve construction methods, management and service, to eliminate uneconomical and improper practices, and to build responsibility throughout the industry. It surely cannot mean less than the establishment of construction service which will give to the investing public an assurance of skill and faithful performance.
Representative Patrick Murphy, the only contractor in Congress, knows that the health of our environment cannot be separated from the health of our economy. Murphy continues to advocate for Everglades restoration efforts, beach re-nourishment, and inlet dredging projects that are not only important to protect and preserve our environment, but which have a three-to-one return on investment. Click here to Register
The National Council on Compensation Insurance published their annual workers' compensation rate filing to the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) on Aug. 22, 2014. NCCI proposed an overall average rate level decrease of 2.5 percent effective Jan. 1, 2015.
Each year for over 40 years, the AGC hosts a Golf Tournament at one of the more prestigious golf clubs in South Florida. Tentatively scheduled for Friday, November 7, 2014, the plans will be finalized by Chairman Scott Rembold and the Golf Committee in July.
On behalf of the the SFAGC Board of Directors, YCF and all AGC members who are alumni of Florida International University, we would like to invite you to the South Florida Innovative Ideas Conference hosted by the FIU Alumni chapter and Co-Hosted by USGBC, BSF, TCU, and AGC YCF.
ENR, Forbes, Barron's, and many newspapers and Construction periodicals are warning of the growing shortage of skilled construction workers. Your business will be affected.
Construction Employment Increased in 39 States and D.C. From a Year Ago and in 29 States and D.C. From March To April As “Fragile” Recovery Continues