Around the state:
As we look to the future of transportation in Texas, the Texas Department of Transportation’s 2020 Unified Transportation Program offers us a road map of where we want to go and the areas we want to focus our resources.
AGC Members relished the opportunity to include family while mixing business and fun during the annual Management Conference in the Atlantic coastline community of Palm Beach, Florida.
For more than 50 years, the annual AGC of Texas Administrative Conference has brought together highway contractors, suppliers and key players from the regulatory and political arenas to discuss industry issues in an informal environment.
As demand for construction continues to grow in Texas and in many other parts of the country, the fact is the construction industry needs more workers than are currently being recruited and prepared into the industry.
All records were broken this year at the 8th Annual Joint AGC/TxDOT Executive Safety Conference. A record 440 people attended the event held at the Palmer Event Center and a record 37 Award Recipients were on hand to receive either the Texas Bluebonnet Safety Awards, the National AGC Safety Award (NASA), or a combination of the two.
It is hard to believe that 2019 is believe that 2019 is entering the fourth quarter and we are close to wrapping up another successful year for the chapter. The first half of 2019 was consumed by the legislative session and all the important work that AGC must do when legislators are in Austin and considering new laws.
My travels across the state to attend area meetings slowed down over the summer, but that’s not to say my duties to the Chapter slowed down at all.
AGC of Texas leaders present a contribution of $110,000 to The Road Information Program (TRIP) during AGC of America’s 2019 National Chapter Leadership Conference. The annual conference was held in September in Washington, D.C.