Mar/Apr 2015

Mar/Apr 2015

AGC in Motion

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Images of AGC Events and the people that make it happen

A couple hundred AGC members and transportation allies made the case for additional highway money during meetings (Tuesday, Feb. 24) with Texas legislators and their staffs.

Beginning February 16, 2015, I am excited to start a new job with the Associated General Contractors of Texas (AGC). My name is Catherine Hejl, and after 30 years working for TxDOT, I retired January 31, 2015.

E-Construction is a paperless construction administration delivery process including: electronic submission of all construction documentation by all stakeholders, electronic document routing/approvals (e-signature) and digital management of all construction documentation in a secure environment allowing distribution to all project stakeholders through mobile devices.

After three Feb. 17 special elections end, this year’s version of the Texas House of Representatives will be only one short of its 150-member quota.

The 84th regular session of the Texas Legislature began on January 13 with a substantial number of new members.

Living in a transitional period for both state and federal funding can feel like everything is moving at half-speed.

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