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Richard McElhaney and three other construction crew members considered the training session fairly routine. They didn’t huddle for a safety reminder. But the training exercise for a 20,000 psi water lance ended catastrophically when one of McElhaney’s co-workers lost control.
The global coronavirus pandemic has impacted all of society with necessary changes – not all of them bad, agreed the TxDOT district engineer panel during the second session of AGC’s virtual conference series, held August 24. People and businesses have found ways to improvise and old attitudes are changing, they said.
What sets the AGC of America Annual Convention apart from similar events organized by the other industry groups is that this is the only event of its kind organized by and for contractors.
At the September Monthly DFW Luncheon, members welcomed Natalie Houghton and Emilie Woerner of Cook Children’s Hospital to present them with a donation of over $25,000 on the 25th anniversary of their partnership.