Welcome to AGC Georgia
For visitors looking to learn more about AGC Georgia, we are the leading, statewide professional trade association representing the commercial construction industry in Georgia. We are one of 89 chapters affiliated with the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC of America) representing over 27,000 firms nationwide. Our collective voice and clout at the national, state and local level is unmatched by other groups, giving us a clear advantage in advocating policies and programs to protect what is in the best interest of member firms and the industry.
Together with our colleagues at AGC of America, our team at AGC Georgia continues to share valuable resources and updates regarding COVID-19.
Report to Members
Each year, the Report to Members publication marks the end of our President's term and highlights many accomplishments from the past 12 months.
The theme for this annual report is Educating for Tomorrow
. AGC Georgia initiatives and programs are grounded in teaching our members how to be successful in their companies and careers. We also educate our many constituents about our industry and the work our member companies do - from workforce development to legislative action to safety initiatives, and all the others.
Our team would like to express a sincere thank you to the many member volunteers who make AGC Georgia a respected and trusted organization. We enjoy being a leading AGC chapter because of their passion and willingness to raise the bar.
Regional Zoom Meetings focus on Legislative Recap
Each August, Mark Woodall makes a Members First tour around Georgia visiting with industry leaders and sharing the results of the year’s legislative session. While it’s not prudent to gather groups for indoor meetings just yet, he still looks forward to connecting with members in each of our 8 regions to have a casual conversation. He’ll share the back story on specific proposals and explain their road through the legislative process. As we’ve already explained in several legislative alerts, both the Lien Law amendments and recommended changes to the state’s private provider plan review and inspections laws passed both chambers. Governor Kemp has already signed the latter into law. It became effective July 1. We are optimistic he’ll sign the Lien Law bill in the coming days, which would then become effective on January 1, 2021.
To learn about additional topics that will be discussed during these regional meetings, click on the event you'd attend if AGC Georgia was hosting these in-person.
Join us at AGC Georgia’s Young Leadership Program (YLP) 21st Anniversary Golf Classic on Wednesday, September 2. This fundraising event is so much fun that it sells out every year. Held on both courses at Canongate 1 Golf Club in Sharpsburg, it’s a great opportunity to network with industry professionals and treat clients and employees to a wonderful spring day on a beautiful golf course.