Read the latest edition of the CLC Leadership-LINK. This quarterly newsletter is designed to keep CLC & YCF members informed of national news.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.
Last week, several members of various AGC chapters received requests from Focus Media Group, or Mark Peters on behalf of Focus Media Group, to profile their companies in a magazine called Business in Focus (website: www.businessinfocusmagazine.com). As part of the magazine's pitch, they claim to be working directly with AGC of America's communications team. AGC of America is not, in fact, working with them or affiliated with them in any capacity and we are advising caution in any dealings with them. If you have any member reports of solicitations from this group or have any questions, please contact Elisa Brewer Pratt at email@example.com or Brian Turmail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Spring fever getting to you? Get out of the office, grab your clubs, and head to Ol' Colony Golf Complex in Tuscaloosa on Friday, May 15. This is an excellent event to network with many of the contractors located in our West Section.Read More
Neal Brown, Head Football Coach for Troy University, has been announced as a guest speaker for the 2015 Alabama AGC Chapter Convention.
Brown will join the AGC of America President Charles L. Greco as a key note speaker.Read More
The 2015 Legislative Session continues to press on and there has been much activity to monitor.Read More
Alabama AGC members Chad Love (David Allen Company) and Dan Richardson (Bama Concrete) hit the ice for charity on April 20, 2015.
FMI says in a report that 78 percent of contractors surveyed expect to increase the level of skilled trade workers by 10 percent or more in the next 10 years.Read More
Valuable discounts are available through your membership in the Alabama AGC.Read More
It's time for the Alabama AGC’s annual wage and benefit survey. As always, PAS is helping to facilitate the survey.Read More
Alabama Workforce Training Center (AWTC) announces its May construction class schedule.Read More
The National Stormwater Center is offering Certified Stormwater Inspector (municipal) training in Birmingham, AL on June 11-12, 2015.Read More
Statement of Alabama AGC CM/GC Committee Chairman Alex Whaley and Alabama AGC President Rick Pate on the decision to recommend that the Alabama Legislature not advance SB239 and HB275 until the entire construction industry is in agreement.Read More
Thanks to all who participated in our 48th Annual AGC “Jack Terry Memorial” Golf Tournament at Heron Lakes.
This event was a tremendous success thanks to all of our sponsors, volunteers, and participants.
Special appreciation to Chairman Autrey McMillan with Tractor & Equipment for an outstanding job!
The Alabama AGC’s Craft Training Bill has passed the Senate and is out of the committee in the House.Read More
The Alabama Workforce Training Center (AWTC) has announced three (3) construction related classes to be offered in April.Read More
In an effort to keep Alabama AGC members as informed as possible, our Board of Directors has asked that the latest version of the CMGC bill be posted to our website.Read More
The Birmingham Chapter of the Construction Financial Management Association has graciously invited all members of Alabama AGC to attend a joint lunch and learn meeting in which Mr. J. Doug Pruitt, former CEO of Sundt Construction, and author of Level Headed - Inside the Walls of One of the Greatest Turnaround Stories of the 21st Century, will be on hand to discuss the strategies, tactics, and lessons learnedRead More
The end of March was busy for the North Section of Alabama AGC. On Friday, March 20, North Section members enjoyed some hockey with Family Night with the Huntsville Havoc.
A few days later, Alabama AGC President Rick Pate spoke to the North Section at its March luncheon meeting.Read More