If you wish to contribute to the AGC of America PAC, the needed forms to do so are attached.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.
DO YOU HAVE A FLORIDA CONTRACTOR’S LICENSE?Read More
The AGC is committed to Workforce Development and strives to create a strong, vibrant, and competitive marketplaceRead More
With over 5,100 members in 14 Regions across the United States, DBIA is committed to promoting design-build done right in both the public and private sectors.Read More
The 2015 Report Card on Alabama’s Infrastructure gave the state an overall G.P.A. of C-. Alabama’s Civil Engineers studied 11 infrastructure categories. Of those 11, four infrastructure categories are in good condition, six categories range from mediocre to poor condition, and one category lacked enough information for a grade to be determined.
The Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club along with their partners at Emory Healthcare announced earlier today that Brasfield & Gorrie General Contractors was awarded the contract to serve as construction manager for their 90,000-square foot training and sports medicine center in Brookhaven.Read More
The East Section of the Alabama AGC had a golf tournament on May 13, 2016. The golf tournament could have not been on a prettier day or on a prettier course.Read More
Attached are three proposed General Application Special Provisions for the 2012 Standard Specifications for Highway Construction. Please review them and provide any comments you may have.
The deadline for providing comments is Friday, June 3, 2016.Read More
Contractors who hold a Florida Contractors License must have 14 hours of approved continuing education training to renew their Florida Contractors License before August 31, 2016. AGC realizes that classes are available online, but some members prefer to have an instructor; therefore, we have been asked to schedule a class in Mobile which will satisfy the Florida’s Contractor’s License Continuing Education Requirement.Read More
The Hall of Fame is open to those who serve or have served the non-residential construction industry in Alabama and the Panhandle of Florida for at least 25 years. General contractors, specialty contractors, suppliers, architects and engineers are eligible for induction.Read More
This form has a revision date of May 2016 and will be required EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELYRead More
On May 5, Alabama AGC and ABC of Alabama hosted Safe Day 2016, a day dedicated to promoting safety within the construction industry. At the event, several AGC members were honored with safety awards. Congratulations to all of the recipients on doing their part in putting safety first and continuously making our industry a safer one.Read More
May 16 - 17, 2016
Cahaba Grand Conference Center
As a service to our chapters, AGC of America collects information about prospective members via the Membership Inquiry Form. When a prospective member submits the form we pass it along to the appropriate chapter so they can follow up.Read More
Please join us in making construction workers aware of ways to prevent falls in construction by participating in a Stand Down or Tool Box Safety Talk anytime this week.Read More
Alabama AGC and CompTRUST AGC are proud to announce that the safety videos are on-line.Read More
The survey will take very little of your time, but your participation will make a tremendous difference. There is no right or wrong answer to any of the questions, we simply ask for your honest feedback. Some questions will ask if you personally know certain elected officials representing you at the state or federal level. Please do not feel like you are expected to, as most people will not.
We greatly appreciate your time and participation. You can begin your survey by following the link below.
When: Friday, April 29, 2016 11 am-1 pm
Where: Webb Ready Mix Concrete Plan - 221 Industrial Drive, Oxford, Al 36203
With only five days remaining in the session, we have reached a critical stage in our efforts to generate funding for road and bridge projects with the passage of HB 394. Actions are underway that could yield an opportunity for our issue to reach the House floor for a vote next week.Read More