Louisiana Associated General Contractors Inc


Louisiana Associated General Contractors Inc
Louisiana Associated General Contractors Inc is listed in the Associations category in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Displayed below are the social networks for Louisiana Associated General Contractors Inc which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Louisiana Associated General Contractors Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

Contact information for Louisiana Associated General Contractors Inc is:
666 North St
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
(225) 344-0432
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Some politicians illegally want to ban firms, employees, for working on certain U.S. infrastructure projects. #SHAME bloomberg.com/news/articles/…

RT @SolidGoldPets: Happy #NationalPuppyDay 🤗 @WarriorCanineCn https://t.co/FWySbwTCyb

RT @HinckleyAllen: At the 98th Annual AGC Convention, @AGCofA named @RonCiotti the Vice-Chair of the AGC Contract Documents Forum. Congrats…

Forbes column looks at why we desperately need to reintroduce career and technical education into our schools... forbes.com/sites/nicholas…

RT @AGCofA: Some local politicians are seeking to impose a "purity" test to punish workers building U.S. infrastructure jobs. https://t.co/…

Every year donors and volunteers give their time and resources to AGC Charities and Foundation. The lasting impact of their giving extends beyond anything they will get to see. To those who give, thank you.

Associated General Contractors of America shared ATTN:'s video.
The construction industry offers tremendous long-term career opportunities. Find out what AGC is doing to open up those opportunities to more young people: https://www.agc.org/industry-priorities/workforce-development
Expensive 4 year college isn't the only option after high school. -- Mike Rowe

As part of our push to #DriveBetterRoads, AGC of America organized a nationwide radio tour earlier this year to explain why investing in infrastructure is good for the overall economy. Here is a short soundbite from that tour explaining how the economy benefits when we rebuild roads, bridges and transit systems... http://www.fasterbettersafer.org/2017/03/audio-trumps-transportation-promise-mean-jobs-america/
As President Trump and the new Congress consider a needed $1 trillion investment in infrastructure, the dialogue must include insight into what this means to communities throughout our nation. Brian Turmail, senior executive director of public affairs for the Associated General Contractors of Americ...

AGC of America CEO Steve Sandherr sat down with U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao earlier today. The two discussed AGC's suggestions for rebuilding the nation's aging infrastructure, reducing red tape and accelerating regulatory approvals. They also talked about the best way to fix the highway trust fund. After all, it is time to #DriveBetterRoads.

GOOD NEWS: SIERRA HAS BEEN FOUND AND IS NOW SAFE AT HOME. THANKS FOR ALL YOUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS. The daughter of the AGC of Alaska's Administrative Assistant, Sierra Lauth, went missing last Wednesday night shortly after her shift ended at a local Wendy’s in Anchorage. Local police think that she may have been taken to another state by now. Please share and re-post as appropriate to see if we can help find one of our own's daughters, please. http://www.ktva.com/police-17-year-old-missing-last-seen-near-mountain-view-wendys-656/
Anchorage police need the public’s help locating 17-year-old Sierra Lauth, missing since March 8. She was last seen just after 9 p.m. in the area of Fifth Avenue and Reeve Boulevard, wearing a Wendy’s uniform. APD describes her as 5’7″, 175 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes. Anyone with informa...