Chapter Overview

As a member of the Texas Highway, Heavy, Utilities and Industrial Branch, you are one of the nearly 900 member firms across the state and one of the more than 32,000 networking firms comprising the Associated General Contractors of America.  The Texas Highway and Heavy Branch was originally founded in 1924, making it one of the oldest trade associations in the nation.  In 1984, it merged with the Texas Heavy, Municipal and Utilities Branch, uniting Texas contractors into one of the largest, strongest and most progressive Chapters in the construction industry.  The Chapter also holds charter from the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA).

AGC of Texas concentrates member interests to promote growth markets statewide.  The Chapter advocates professional, ethical standards that support cost-effective, quality construction to stand for all AGC contractor and associate members.

AGC of Texas’ prime objective is to cultivate harmonious relations with supervising public authorities.  As such, AGC of Texas is highly regarded and respected by the Texas Legislature and awarding and regulatory agencies for its constructive involvement in the legislative process.

Certified as a “Full Service” Chapter, AGC of Texas continually expands and updates its services to remain the best investment for current and potential members in an ever-changing construction industry.  The Chapter has been awarded “Chapter of the Year” twice, in addition to being awarded numerous awards for its Scholarship Efforts, Safety Awareness Ventures, National Partnering, and others.

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