No matter the type of work your company performs or the nature of your job, AGC of America has a place for you — a place to volunteer with like-minded individuals, to work side-by-side with colleagues who have similar interests and to craft initiatives that will help shape the future of the construction industry. With four all-encompassing divisions, 11 forums and numerous joint and general committees, finding the perfect volunteer opportunity on the national level is easy. And, there’s no better time to become involved, as AGC of America begins preparations for its Centennial celebration in 2018. The information listed below and on the following pages lists the many facets of the association and how you can become involved. Find your place at the AGC table today.
Building, Heavy and Federal, Highway and Transportation and Utility Infrastructure Divisions provide members from specific industry segments the opportunity to stay informed of emerging issues and trends that are relevant to the type of construction work they perform.
The BIMForum’s mission is to facilitate and accelerate the adoption of building information modeling (BIM) in the AEC industry.
The Business Development Forum allows business development professionals to discuss new market opportunities and marketing possibilities and share best practices on the tools of business
AGC’s Contract Documents Forum leads by providing and continually improving upon balanced contract documents for the construction industry.
Through the Environmental Forum, AGC members keep pace with the latest environmental developments and can participate in association policymaking on environmental matters.
The Financial Issues Forum (FIF) provides an opportunity for company CEOs, CFOs, in-house CPAs and other construction financial executives to interact with their counterparts in the tax, audit and accounting industries.
The HR Forum enables AGC members to connect with each other, keep pace with the latest construction HR developments and participate in association policymaking on HR matters.
The AGC IT Forum is an online community dedicated to helping construction industry IT professionals find solutions to emerging technology issues.
The Lean Construction Forum is a community where anyone with an interest in Lean construction can share information and participate in an industry effort to promote Lean construction processes.
The Project Delivery Forum is focused on improving upon the delivery of construction projects and educating the industry on best practices to deliver quality projects on time and on budget.
The AGC Forum on Surety Bonding and Risk Management provides an opportunity for risk managers, in-house lawyers and other construction executives to interact with each other and their counterparts in the surety and insurance industries.
The Training, Education & Development Forum allows AGC members and chapter staff to liaise concerning training and development issues.