By Sean Ryan The federal government Tuesday officially shifted toward project labor agreements, confirming the fears of nonunion contractors. Starting May 13, federal agencies can require PLAs on projects that receive more than $25 million in federal money. Mike Zignego, ...Read More »
By Richard A. Webster Dolan Media Newswires New Orleans — Louisiana Associated General Contractors CEO Ken Naquin fears the use of project labor agreements on federal construction projects will drastically alter the way business is done in Louisiana. Labor unions ...
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Associated Builders and Contractors’ member Stephen Worth, president and CEO of Worth and Company, Inc., Pipersville, Pa., testified Thursday at a forum in the U.S. House of Representatives that was examining the preferential treatment big labor is ...Read More »