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US construction employment in May increased from April in 22 states, decreased in 25 states and was unchanged in three states and DC; Texas added the most construction jobs during the month, while New York lost the most: AGC of America

US producer price index for inputs to new nonresidential construction up 1.9% in May from April, up 18.9% over past 12 months; contractors will have a hard time keeping pace with additional price hikes for key construction materials: AGC of America

AGC to have new chapter on Jan. 1, 2023, The Builders, upon merger of Kansas City chapter and The Builders’ Assn.; AGC notes bi-state region’s US$8.3B construction sector contributes extra US$10B to local economy, supports 83,000 non-construction jobs

US nonresidential construction spending declines in April as contractors struggle to find workers; industry officials call for funding boost for construction-focused education and training programs, immigration reform: AGC of America

Nearly 75% of contractors would stop bidding on federal projects if US imposes government-mandated project labor agreements; it would also make it harder for firms to find enough workers to hire: AGC of America survey

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