In November 1918, a group of general contractors met at the LaSalle Hotel in Chicago, Illinois. Out of the 250 in attendance, 97 walked out as part of an organization that would serve as the single voice for the construction industry for the next 100 years. AGC of America – small at the start – grew quickly in number, strength and effectiveness. In honor of the association’s historic milestone, we have compiled a special edition of Constructor magazine, The Centennial Issue. In it, we look at the past, present and future of all aspects of construction and the significant role AGC and its members have had. Read more.