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Women in Construction: Kari Johnson uses tech skills to problem solve

Posted by Michigan Construction on Feb 28, 2020 9:15:00 AM

Working in the construction industry means Kari Johnson looks forward to getting up every day and coming to work, knowing that each one will be different and challenging.

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Topics: Construction workforce, Michigan Construction, Skilled Trades

The Evolution of Leadership and Leadership Branding

Posted by Michigan Construction on Feb 27, 2020 10:37:41 AM

Today's job seekers want development and training. That's the most desired benefit millennials say they want from their employers. It was just one of many insights shared by Buddy Hobart from Solutions 21 during his presentation The Evolution of Leadership and Leadership Branding at the Michigan Concrete Association's Annual Conference Feb 12-13, 2020.

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Topics: Construction workforce

Advice from Women in Construction

Posted by Michigan Construction on Feb 26, 2020 9:30:00 AM

Women are building their careers in the construction industry, learning from colleagues and encouraging other women to explore construction as a field for a challenging, fulfilling career. Below is a roundup of advice we received from real women working in Michigan's construction industry.

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Topics: Women in Construction, Construction workforce, Michigan Construction, Skilled Trades

Gaylord High School Offers Skilled Trades Class

Posted by Michigan Construction on Jan 28, 2020 10:30:57 AM

Juniors and seniors at Gaylord High School will get a jump on learning about operating and repairing heavy equipment thanks to a grant from the Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association.

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Topics: Construction workforce, Michigan Construction, Skilled Trades

On the Job Training with MDOT

Posted by Michigan Construction on Jan 24, 2020 8:00:00 AM

With a growing need for construction workers, the Michigan Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) On-the-Job Training program provides opportunity for eligible contractors to train and develop construction workers, particularly women, minorities and other disadvantaged individuals.

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Topics: Construction workforce, Construction Jobs, Michigan Construction, soft skills training, Skilled Trades

The Importance of Soft Skills Training

Posted by Ken Bertolini on Feb 14, 2019 10:39:34 AM

Michigan Construction frequently works with the Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association (MITA) and their Director of Workforce Development, Ken Bertolini to help inform, advance and connect individuals to the opportunities that our industry has to offer.  We also work together in collaboration with other industry on programs including the Construction Science Expo, Michigan Construction Career Days, the Detroit Workforce of the Future.

Ken wrote a fantastic article about the importance of soft skills training for employers in the last issue of the MITA's Cross-Section Magazine this January 2019 that we wanted to share.  Check it out!

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Topics: Construction workforce, soft skills training

Construction Jobs in Michigan: All State Crane and Rigging

Posted by Heather Smith on Nov 19, 2018 10:40:32 AM

Michigan Construction would like to welcome our newest partner, All State Crane and Rigging.  All State Crane and Rigging is one of Michigan’s premier crane, rigging and trucking companies.  Founded in West Michigan, but truly living up to the “All State” name with projects completed in every corner of the country.  They offer all types of exciting career opportunities.

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Topics: Construction Career, Michigan Construction Partners, Construction workforce, Construction Jobs, Construction Industry

New Legislation Aims to Advance Skilled Trades Education in Michigan

Posted by Heather Smith on Sep 24, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Since late 2017, four important bills have been enacted in Michigan that are designed to improve access to and delivery of information about skilled trade career choices, reduce the certification requirements for qualified high school instructors, and allow certified teachers count time spent connecting with employers and others toward professional recertification. Each provides another step forward in the drive to create a new skilled trades workforce, helping to clear the way for change.

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Topics: Construction Career, Michigan Construction Movement, Construction workforce, Construction Industry, Michigan Construction

Construction Jobs in Michigan: Work for Osborne Concrete

Posted by Heather Smith on Jul 26, 2018 8:59:59 AM

 

One of the most trusted names in Romulus, Michigan, Osborne Concrete Co. has been supplying the area with building supplies since 1965. Currently, it is the third generation of the original founder that still runs things. 

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Topics: Construction Career, Michigan Construction Partners, Construction workforce, Construction Jobs, Construction Industry

Build Your Future with Florence Cement Company

Posted by Javin A. Potts on May 14, 2018 12:00:00 AM

The Florence Cement Company is a southeastern Michigan contractor located in Shelby Township and specializing in public and private road construction. For the past 51 years the company has focused on constructing and reconditioning concrete and asphalt roads in newly developed subdivisions, metropolitan and rural arterial roads, and local street rehabilitation projects. Going forward, Florence Cement is committed to providing continued service and quality to its clients for decades to come.

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Topics: Construction Career, Michigan Construction Partners, Construction workforce, Construction Jobs, Construction Industry

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