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Curtain-Wall Exec to Lead Subs

ALEXANDRIA, VA—Dallas native Letitia "Tish" Haley Barker, president of Haley-Greer Inc., has been elected president of the American Subcontractors Association for 2015-16.


Hardhats Mobilize for Highway Funding

More than two dozen U.S. associations and labor unions are preparing to lean on Congress in a big way to secure the Federal Highway Trust Fund before it goes broke.


New Leaders for RCMA, BCF, ASA

Industry veterans have been tapped to lead the Roof Coatings Manufacturers Association, the British Coatings Federation, and the American Subcontractors Association.


Employers Unite Against Silica Rule

Construction employers have rushed to mobilize against a new federal proposal to limit worker exposure to crystalline silica, ensuring a showdown with unions over the controversial measure.


Battle Lines Drawn over Silica Rule

A showdown is quickly shaping up over a new federal proposal to limit worker exposure to crystalline silica, pitting a new group of construction employers against organized labor and safety ...


Proposed U.S. Law Targets Bid Shopping

A new federal bill would crack down on the “pervasive practice” of post-award bid shopping in federal contracts, according to its sponsor.


Congress Weighs Curbs on ‘Bid Shopping’

Subcontractors are hailing a new federal bill that would tie primary contractors firmly to their subcontractor commitments in order to end the practice of bid shopping.


Subs Get Rx for New Health-Care Law

Obamacare “is here to stay—and for government contractors, the time to act is now,” the nation's leading subcontractor group is alerting its members in a new overview of the federal health-c...


ASA Advises Contractors on ‘Obamacare’

Subcontractors who must soon navigate the complex dictates of the new federal health-care law have a new guide from the American Subcontractors Association.


ASA Names Commercial Painter President

For the second consecutive year, members of the American Subcontractors Association have elected a painting contractor as their president.


Contractors Face New Laws Across U.S.

From lien laws to immigration issues, the new year has brought new fine print and mandates to contractors in many U.S. states.


Contractors See New Laws in New Year

Liability in California, payments in North Carolina, and employment requirements in Pennsylvania are just a few of the legalities that have shifted for U.S. contractors, under new state laws...


 
 
   

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