As we set off in this new year, we face many familiar challenges: turmoil in Washington, D.C., economic uncertainty and a presidential election cycle.
This January, the 86th Texas Legislature convened at the State Capitol. As in all legislative sessions, transportation is an issue for the lawmaking body of the state. Issues regarding tolling, the Texas Emission Reduction Program, the energy sector and...
As the expression goes, "Keep Austin Weird.” In January of every odd-numbered year, Austin, Texas gets a little weirder for 140 days.
AGC OF TEXAS members often refer to the association as a family. In terms of both the organizational structure and the strength of unity, the metaphor is a good one.
Angela Berry Roberson (Ferrovial/Webber) was presented the Contractor Champion Award by the Texas Department of Transportation, in appreciation for her advocacy on behalf of diversity in the highway industry.
2019 has maintained the Chapter’s considerable support among the membership for area meetings and PAC events.
The first quarterly TxDOT/AGC Joint Committee meeting on February 11 drew a crowd that packed the Chapter boardroom. TxDOT Administration and contractor members reviewed the construction and maintenance programs for the state. Contractor members thanked the department for their work in these lettings.
2018 AGC President Chad Clark presents a gavel to 2019 AGC of Texas President Trey Pebley to launch the new year at the membership luncheon Monday (Jan.7) at the Austin Hyatt Regency.
Johnny Weisman appeared surprised and momentarily “speechless" Tuesday night (Dec. 4) after receiving the Chapter's Pete Gilvin Award to honor his long history of support for the highway construction industry.