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Be Aware of Two New Statutes that Became Effective May 1, 2021

On May 1, 2021, two new statutes that passed in 2020 and that directly affect construction became effective.  I’ve used the AGC-VA description of the bills and encourage you to read the statutes in full. Prevailing Wage Starting May 1, 2021, Virginia’s new prevailing wage statute takes effect. This statute requires any contractor bidding on state procurement jobs to pay prevailing wages for work completed on the project. Further, localities and some institutes of higher education have the option...
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How the AGC Helps My Construction Practice

Originally posted 2015-02-13 09:11:47. Republished by Blog Post Promoter About three years ago, I became active in the AGC of Virginia. I was unsure what the benefit would be because my prior firm was a member, but not particularly active, so I did not see a real benefit to membership while there. However, all that has changed. Since I began actively participating in the meetings, presenting at functions and participating in everything from Sporting Clay shoots to membership committee meetin...
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