cHc Fabricating, Gilbane and Capital City Crane for safely erect the Cross recovered from Mount Carmel West hospital at it’s new home Mount Carmel Grove City Hospital.

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Tell Congress and President Trump to include significant construction investment for transportation, schools, hospitals, water, and broadband infrastructure in this round of COVID relief legislation. With nearly 1 million construction workers unemployed, our elected leaders must act now to help save construction jobs and sustain the industry!  Click here to take action. Due to the…

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As most of you know, AGC of Ohio had to postpone the 2020 AGC of Ohio Education Foundation Golf Outing initially slated for May 15 due to the current health pandemic. Despite our best efforts, we were unable to secure a later date that did not coincide with other AGC division outings/events. The annual golf…

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Deadline: November 01 2020 at 11:59 PM EST (Midnight) The scholarships for undergraduates are $2,500 per year ($1,250 if you have half a semester) and can be renewed for up to three years. Graduate awards are $3,750 annually up to a maximum of $7,500. The application will open July 1, 2020 and must be submitted by…

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The Ohio Department of Higher Education, in consultation with Ohio colleges, universities, the Ohio Department of Health, and health experts across the state have developed guidance to help campuses safely reopen. The Responsible RestartOhio guidance for Institutions of Higher Education includes minimum operating standards for all campuses, as well as best practices to further enhance…

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Lt. Governor Husted encouraged Ohioans who have been fully recovered from COVID-19 for at least two weeks to consider donating plasma.  “Convalescent plasma, which is plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients, is rich in antibodies that could possibly attack the virus that causes COVID-19,” said Lt. Governor Husted. “Although the treatment of COVID-19 patients with convalescent…

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Lt. Governor Husted announced the launch of the Individual Micro-credential Assistance Program (IMAP) which will provide $2.5 million in grants to help unemployed Ohioans earn in-demand, technology-focused credentials that will give them a leg up in finding a job in the increasingly tech-focused economy. The grant application is open to training providers, such as universities, colleges,…

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