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February 11 2020 0Comment

Construction Employment Increases In 211 Out Of 358 Metro Areas From December 2018 To 2019 As Firms Struggle To Find Qualified Workers To Hire

Construction employment grew in 211, or 59 percent, out of 358 metro areas between December 2018 and December 2019, declined in 73 and was unchanged in 74, according to a new analysis of federal employment data released today by the Associated General Contractors of America. Association officials said that many firms report they are having a hard time finding enough qualified workers to hire, which likely undermined employment gains in some parts of the country. “There are not […]

August 23 2016 0Comment

Signing the Alliance Agreement with OSHA

Signing the alliance agreement between OMCA, Oklahoma Dept. of Labor and OSHA. Pictured left to right: Jim King, Diana Jones (ODOL), David Bates (OSHA), Rick Moore, Oklahoma Commissioner of Labor Melissa McLawhorn Houston

August 23 2016 0Comment

OMCA Benefits of Being A Member

Oklahoma’s Secretary of Transportation and Director of ODOT Speaks to OMCA. Being a member of Oklahoma Municipal Contractors Association gets you access to influential speaking engagements. Here are more benefits of being an OMCA member: 1. We just sponsored a four-hour training course for people who hold a water license from DEQ, which is required […]

August 23 2016 0Comment

What is OMCA PAC?

The Oklahoma Municipal Contractors Association Political Action Committee is the arm of OMCA that leagally contributes to political campaigns. OMCA PAC was founded in 1999. OMCA PAC Events Two times annually, we will give you and opportunity to contribute to OMCA PAC at events. You May still contribute if you do not attend the events. […]