According to a poll by the Associated General Contractors of America, and reported in The Salt Lake Tribune, four out of every five Utah-based contractors reported that a labor shortage is affecting their operations. As more and more projects are... (Read More)
Did you know that Engineers Week is right around the corner? This year, it runs from February 19 through the 25. "What is Engineers Week?" you might ask. Well, it's a celebration of how engineers make a difference in the world, and it's a great way... (Read More)
You might see the name ACEC of Utah and think it's just another association that does something, somewhere, for somebody. Well, that is true, but we'd love to take this opportunity to share more about the exciting and important work we do. Perhaps... (Read More)
Networking: to interact with other people to exchange information and develop contacts, especially to further one's career.
If that concept fills you with discomfort, or perhaps even dread, you're not alone. Many people find networking to be an... (Read More)
Have you ever been met with confusion when you tell someone what you do for a living? As a consultant, it can be a somewhat common occurrence. While the impact we can make in our industry and for our clients is astounding, the actual ROI can be hard... (Read More)
Three US states are currently testing a mileage-based fee system, hoping to replace the outdated and arguably, no longer effective, gas tax that funds road upkeep and operation.
Colorado, California, and Oregon are temporarily piloting a system... (Read More)
President-elect Donald Trump’s plan to invest in the country’s infrastructure is drawing support from the highest reaches of the American Council of Engineering Companies. |
In a recent letter, ACEC President and CEO David A. Raymond... (Read More)
With Donald Trump's surprising election win over Hillary Clinton in the books, there are many more questions than answers. What will happen to President Obama's signature healthcare reform? Will Trump follow through on some of his more controversial... (Read More)
The day is here: Barring a court injunction, federal contractors must now be in compliance with the Department of Labor's Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces final rule.
The controversial rule, which took effect on Oct. 25, requires some current and... (Read More)