At the September Monthly DFW Luncheon, members welcomed Natalie Houghton and Emilie Woerner of Cook Children’s Hospital to present them with a donation of over $25,000 on the 25th anniversary of their partnership.
Platinum sponsors included Advanced Drainage Systems, AmeriTex Pipe & Product, Barricades Unlimited, Jobe Materials, Knife River South, Lhoist, McGriff Seibels & Williams, Roadway Specialties, and Zurich North America.
AGC’s new book, “Connecting Texas,” captures some of the highlights in our 96-year-long history of building roads and bridges.
And then suddenly, it's December. It seems like every January we begin the year at break-neck speed, with the expectation that activity will soon shift to a more reasonable pace. And then, suddenly, it’s December. That has certainly been the case in 2019, without any indication our priorities will take a break for the Christmas Season and patiently wait until 2020.
There's a saying among the passt presidents that by the end of your term as president, you are ready for your term as president. As I prepare for these final months, the truth of that statement shines through. It is amazing how much I learned while leading this Chapter, and I have an abundance of gratitude for this membership and its ability to make leaders of all of us.
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.