The accuracy of TxDOT’s archives depends largely on the builders—and their family members— who can fill in dates, locations, and people.
EVEN MAJOR WEATHER EVENTS ARE BIGGER IN TEXAS and TxDOT routinely reaches out to AGC members to help absorb whatever punch Mother Nature delivers.
BOTH THE NEAR AND LONG-TERM future of AGC’s chapter office generated discussion at the Board of Director’s April 6 meeting.
Board members sit two-to-a-table at the lunch prior to the November 2020 Board of Directors meeting.
Two months after the coronavirus swept across North America, another sort of virus surfaced when TxDOT’s information resources were struck by a ransomware attack that shut down the department’s access to its letting programs and files.
The global coronavirus pandemic has impacted all of society with necessary changes – not all of them bad, agreed the TxDOT district engineer panel during the second session of AGC’s virtual conference series, held August 24. People and businesses have found ways to improvise and old attitudes are changing, they said.
Twenty-three students were chosen to receive 2019 AGC Scholarships on the 25th Anniversary of the AGC of Texas Scholarship Program. The future scholars were recognized at the June membership luncheon at the Hyatt Regency in Austin. Students receive $10,000 per year/$40,000 for four years.