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    Wednesday, July 12, 2017
    Bachelor of Science in Facility Management (BSFM) Program – Fall 2017  DO.LEARN.SUCCEED  Wentworth Institute of Technology College of Professional and Continuing Education (CPCE) is pleased to announce the launch of a new degree program; a Bachelor of Science in Facility Management (BSFM) Program. The BSFM program are designed for working professionals that allows students to complete the degree ...read more
    Categories: In the Community, General Industry News, Member News
    Monday, May 22, 2017
    Boston Business Journal Recognizes Waltham and Cape Cod Based Construction Company as One of the Largest in State     WALTHAM MA – May 17, 2017 – Delphi Construction, Inc. was recently named one of the 25 largest General Contractors in Massachusetts by Boston Business Journal. This marks the company’s debut on the list which is published in print and online each year.  Delphi owner and CEO, ...read more
    Categories: General Industry News
    Monday, May 22, 2017
    Lt. Governor Karyn Polito recently met with industry professionals and educators at the offices of construction manager Colantonio Inc. to discuss ways to educate schools, parents and students about the high-paying opportunities offered in construction and to dispel the negative myths surrounding the industry.   The industry is suffering a major shortage of tradespeople and professionals that ...read more
    Categories: AGC MA News, Press Release, General Industry News
    Wednesday, March 15, 2017
    The AGC MA Code Committee continues its effort to offer insight into the pace and short-term outlook of the construction industry’s activity throughout the state. AGC Code Committee Members:Erik Simon, PH.D, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Mike Guigli, C.A. Pretzer Adam Kreitman, Lee Kennedy CompanyChris Scarvalas, Consigli Construction Jack Toland, Wentworth Institute of TechnologySamantha ...read more
    Categories: Economic, General Industry News
    Wednesday, March 15, 2017
    ​ DCAMM Bid Room Will ONLY Accept Bids Submitted Online For Projects Advertised on or after March 15, 2017  Effective March 15, 2017, bids on DCAMM Chapter 149, Chapter 149A (CM at Risk projects) and Chapter 30, 39M projects advertised on or after March 15, 2017  will ONLY be accepted through the agency’s web-based E-Bid Room and must be submitted through the DCAMM E-Bid Room website.  No ...read more
    Categories: General Industry News, AGC MA News, RFQ's
    Thursday, February 16, 2017
    The AGC Human Resources Committee’s most recent program featured a panel discussion on the implications for employers of the recreational marijuana referendum passed by Massachusetts voters last year.  Michael Harrington, Esq. of Murtha Cullina and Jim Moore of eScreen joined a cross-section of construction human resources and safety personnel to discuss the law in the context of current employer ...read more
    Categories: AGC MA News, General Industry News, Safety Service & Training News, Member News
    Wednesday, December 14, 2016
    Boston Mayor Marty Walsh has submitted a proposed Ordinance to the City Council that will “require all permit applicants to swear and affirm their company/individuals work histories and allowing for department Commissioners to deny or revoke a permit based on safety concerns including company and/or individual OSHA violations.” The proposed ordinance is in response to the recent, tragic trench ...read more
    Categories: Advocacy | Public Affairs, AGC MA News, General Industry News, Safety Service & Training News
    Wednesday, December 14, 2016
    DCAMM has reached out to AGC MA to help publicize its call for firms to participate in a new Disparity Study to evaluate the participation of MBE/WBE firms in Commonwealth construction and design services contracting and procurement activities. The Study is being undertaken to determine whether the current program remains legally defensible and administratively successful. The Study is being ...read more
    Categories: AGC MA News, General Industry News, Member News
    Tuesday, December 13, 2016
    On November 16, 2016 Ron Ciotti, Partner, Hinckley Allen and Brian Perlberg, Sr. Counsel for Construction Law, AGC of America presented:  Contract Killer Clauses and How to Survive Them. The program shared in-depth information on what clauses to look for that can put people responsible who can't control the risk. Some of those clauses to avoid included: “Differing Site Conditions”, be sure to ...read more
    Categories: AGC MA News, General Industry News, Economic

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