The Marshall J. Walton Memorial Scholarship Endowment will support generations of students who came to the University of South Alabama as graduates of St. Paul’s Episcopal School. The scholarship honors Marshall J. Walton, a St. Paul’s graduate who was recently killed in a tragic accident at the age of 25. Members of the Alabama Associated General Contractors joined together with Marshall’s parents, Johnny and Kathy Walton, to make this fund possible.Read More
The Birmingham Section started 2015 with a political reception at the Murray Building Co. jobsite at the old Merita Bread Bakery. More than 150 members were in attendance with city and state officials. Everyone enjoyed a tour of the site as well as barbecue from Joe McNabb and Hendrix Chevrolet.
Alabama AGC has a long and productive history.
We wrote and passed the competitive bid law, passed the hugely successful Go Build Legislation and this year alone we started a scholarship foundation and wrote and passed the transformational workforce legislation, the Alabama AGC Craft Training Act, that will generate $5 million annually to train open shop craftsmen for the industry.Read More
URGENT: The city of Birmingham has postponed the Business License seminar originally set for 10 a.m. on Thursday, November 12th at the Crossplex. The city has not set a date for the seminar.Read More
On Tuesday, November 3, 2015 83.23% of voters showed their support for increased investment in Texas' transportation system. Attracting more than 83 percent of the public's support reinforces the value of spending time and money to help inform voters.Read More
AGC and Workforce One have worked together to create a toolkit of workforce resources. For step-by-step information on hiring veterans, ApprenticeshipUSA, Sector Strategies TA Peer Learning Groups, free learning materials and a range of workforce-focused webinars, CLICK HERE
Click here to find out more about revised Alabama Department of Transportation specifications.Read More
CompTrustAGC is rolling out its new products, services, and options to the Alabama Gulf Coast area on November 18. As the most financially sound workers' compensation fund in Alabama, CompTrustAGC is now offering more diverse insurance options and risk management services to its members with new member discounts, deductible plans, an emerging contractors program, and enhanced safety training at more affordable rates.Read More
The city of Birmingham has changed its business license rates for contractors with the change taking place Jan. 1. The city is hosting a seminar at 10 a.m., Nov. 12 at the Crossplex, 2331 Bessemer Road, Birmingham, AL 35209.
The registration form and a copy of the ordinance is attached. Questions to be answered at the seminar must be submitted by Nov. 9. Register today to attend. The changes are significant but the Alabama AGC worked hard to including a sliding scale and a cap on the license fees.Read More
More than 60 people joined the central section for their 3rd Annual Clay Shoot at Lower Wetumpka Shotgun Sports Club.Read More
The Alabama AGC was named Large Chapter of the Year recently by AGC of America, the third time the Alabama chapter has earned that designation in the past decade.Read More
These recommendations come from an in-depth analysis of effective construction safety programs that AGC National performs as part of their Willis Construction Safety Excellence Awards.Read More
The Oct. 30th deadline to apply for an Alliant Build America Award and/or AGC in the Community Award is quickly approaching, but it’s not too late!Read More
The Anniston Star joined AGC members at our annual AGC Field Demo Day at Webb Concrete's ready-mix facility in Oxford, AL. Click below to watch as workers pour a slab of pervious concrete.
Our friends at the Association of County Commissions of Alabama will bepromoting the positive impact of ATRIP. This will coincide with a social media campaign all organized to raise awareness of the positive impacts of infrastructure investment.Read More
The links listed below connect to forms that are used by the Bureau of Office Engineer Plans and Proposals Section.
- Tentative list of Construction Projects from December 4, 2015 to May 27, 2016 (Updated 9/29/2015)
- Tentative Letting Schedule for 2015 - 17 (Updated 9/29/2015)
The McWhorter School of Building Science at Auburn University is currently seeking applications for fill Assistant/Associate Professor positions. These positions will be available effective August 16, 2016.Read More