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RECENT HRUHCA NEWS

OSHA will soon require employers to quickly report any injury that sends a worker to the hospital

In response to a preliminary report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics that tallies 4,405 workers killed on the job in 2013, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has revised its rule on how quickly employers must report worker deaths or serious injuries. Read more...

Public Utilities Design Standards Manual Update

In an effort to stay current with standards and regulations, the Department of Public Util...

Pre-Design Meetings for Projects located within Strategic Growth Areas (SGAs)

An SGA Pre-Design meeting is strongly encouraged prior to the initial application or submi...

E.V. Williams seeking estimator

E.V. Williams is seeking experienced site work/highway/utility estimator. E.V. Williams p...

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It is the goal of the Hampton Roads Utility and Heavy Contractors Association to provide meaningful, effective, and responsive representation to its membership. As the regional advocate for its members, HRUHCA shall: Promote efficiencies within the contracting system, Provide opportunities for training and professional development, Support reasonable legislative actions that will benefit the industry, Share knowledge and expertise with members, Foster community involvement.