ASSOCIATION NEWS AGC of California 2017 Meeting, Installation Highlights
Caltrans Director Malcolm Dougherty addressed the AGC Joint Engineering Division.
Assemblyman Jim Frazier addressed
the AGC State Board.
Rich Howell, Swinerton, at the AGC general session.
2017 President Mike Mencarini on Installation night.
State Senator Bill Dodd spoke to the AGC PAC in Napa.
2016 AGC President Jaimie Angus Presented his President Scholarship to Nic Cooper, CSU Sacramento student.
AGC’s 2016 Executive Committee was recognized on Installation night.
AGC of California’s 2017 Officers
California Construction Outlook Continued from page 23
retention or return of manufacturing plants. But if manufac- turing is brought back through disruptive or punitive trade initiatives, other countries are likely to retaliate, which could be devastating to California’s ports, agricultural and enter- tainment exporters, high tech firms that rely on imported parts or foreign-based services, and tourism. Trump has also taken a hard line on immigration, which could be devastating to the state that is the number one destination for immigrants and is home to millions of their descendants. Changes in either trade or immigration policy could be tough on construction in the state. For now, the outlook for California contractors is bright, if
not golden. But they will need to keep a close eye on develop- ments in Washington and in the world economy.
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