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Week of:  February 8, 2016

Projects Bidding:  583
(176 bid this week)

Being Tracked:  1,233
(Includes CPV and active projects)
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"The mission of CAM is to provide service, information and assistance to the construction industry. The Association exists to foster growth in the construction industry and encourage networking between members and their publics. CAM will act as a catalyst to promote and enhance profitability, efficiency and integrity within the industry for the benefit of Association members."



 
CAM Members Help Alleviate Flint Water Crisis

The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) and several CAM Members recently delivered large quantities of clean drinking water to the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan, in an effort to aid the citizens of Flint and surrounding areas currently undergoing a severe contaminated water crisis. The water was delivered on Monday, February 1, 2016.


Contributors included CAM, Bloomfield Hills; L.S. Brinker Company, MBE, DCBE, WCBE, Detroit; Fontanesi & Kann Company, Ferndale; Glasco Corporation, Detroit; CAM Workers' Compensation Plan, Clinton Township; Comprehensive Risk Services, Novi; and C.L. Rieckhoff Co., Inc., Taylor. 


In this joint effort, the companies were able to deliver a total of 40,992 bottles of water to Flint citizens in need. This equated to 1,512 cases of 16.9 oz. bottles (36,288 bottles) and 784 cases of Gallon bottles (4,704 bottles).

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CAM Men's Doubles Classic Bowling Tournament
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The 2015-2016 Biennial Business Survey is Now Available

The Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) and Plante Moran have released the results of their 2015-2016 Biennial Business Survey. With more than a 20-year history of reporting on the industry, survey data obtained and compiled in 4th quarter 2015 aims to gauge the current state of the Michigan construction industry, and serve as a market forecast for the foreseeable future.


The 2015-2016 report, which can be viewed here, offers interesting comparative insights into the recent history and near-term future of Michigan's recovering construction industry.


For the first time, in addition to the survey this year, we have conducted interviews with some of the respondents. Their personal comments can be found alongside the statistics.


To obtain a hard-copy of the 2015-2016 Biennial Business Survey, please contact Amanda Tackett, CAM Director of Publishing (248) 972-1109. 


Sincerely,


Amanda Tackett

CAM Director of Publishing    

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Construction Association of Michigan Continues Alliance with MIOSHA to Heighten Worker Safety

January 7, 2016 - The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) and Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) today renewed a formal alliance to protect the safety and health of Michigan’s construction workers through increased communication, collaboration, awareness, and education and training opportunities. MIOSHA is part of the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

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