OFFICIALS TO RELEASE NEW DATA SHOWING MORE PEOPLE WORKING IN CONSTRUCTION IN MOST CITIES AS SURVEY HIGHLIGHTS DANGERS OF HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION WORK ZONES AS MANY HIT THE ROAD FOR SUMMER ON TUESDAY, JUNE 30 AT 10:30 A.M. EDT

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WASHINGTON – RealEstateRama – On Tuesday, June 30 at 10:30 a.m. EDT, officials with the Associated General Contractors of America and HCSS will unveil new survey results highlighting the dangers of highway work zones for motorists and workers and release new data showing that more people are working in construction in most cities compared to April. The announcement, which will be made during a virtual media briefing, will include tips for motorists heading out for summer travel on how to protect themselves and construction workers while on the road.

The association’s chief economist, Ken Simonson, will release the new metro area construction figures and discuss the results of an AGC-HCSS survey of the dangers of highway construction work zones. Steve McGough, President and CEO of HCSS will talk about his firm’s efforts to improve highway work zone safety. And Jason Koss with the association’s Pittsburgh highway chapter will talk about how contractors are working with Commonwealth officials to protect workers and motorists in highway work zones.

WHO: Ken Simonson, Chief Economist, Associated General Contractors of America, Arlington, Va.

Steve McGough, President & CEO, Alabama AGC, Sugar Land, Texas

Jason Koss, Director of Industry Relations, Constructors Association of Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Penn.

WHAT: Release of New Data Showing Most Cities Are Adding Construction Jobs as New Survey Highlights Dangers of Highway Construction Work Zones as Motorists Head Out for Summer Travel

WHEN: Tuesday, June 30

10:30 a.m. EDT

WHERE: Zoom Webinar

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87666491545

301 715 8592

Webinar ID: 876 6649 1545

CONTACT: Brian Turmail, 703-459-0238 or " rel="noreferrer">

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CONTACT: Brian Turmail
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