As a general contractor, you rely on your work truck for everything. It gets you to and from job sites, helps you transport tools, and even provides shelter during storms. Put simply, you couldn't go without it. Just as the summer sun and warm... (Read More)
On November 1, AGC of Washington is partnering with the Economic Alliance of Snohomish County to bring you an amazing networking event that will include the AGC's Contractor Exchange, the Federal Facilities Three-Year Outlook and the 2018... (Read More)
Are you a Washington-based contractor that's trying to grow your business? Have you tried everything to attract new clients? Instead of trying to keep up with marketing fads, become an AGC Washington Member. We've helped dozens of businesses just... (Read More)
Here at the AGC of Washington, we firmly believe that education is the key to providing a better, safer, and more effective construction workforce. The AGC Education Foundation is the premier education resource for the construction industry in... (Read More)
It's hard to believe that we're already over half way through 2017, isn't it?
Was one of your New Year's resolutions to grow your contracting business or expand your brand? Have you succeeded in achieving the goals that you laid out for yourself... (Read More)
It's that time of year again!
The 2017 Partnership for Excellence in Contract Administration Awards, sponsored by AGC and WSDOT is right around the corner. The awards, presented annually at the AGC/WSDOT annual meeting, recognize and encourage... (Read More)
AGC of Washington is excited to announce that the former FLF is now AGC’s Construction Leadership Council. This group will develop the next generation of construction leaders through education, philanthropy and networking.
We unveiled the new... (Read More)
You get out of AGC of Washington what you put into it. AGC provides the industry’s best networking in an industry where relationships matter. Here are just a few examples:
Our Future Leadership Forum, which will soon become the Construction... (Read More)
A new online platform aims to make it easier for contractors to meet the requirements of public-works projects. The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) developed the system.
Within the virtual portal, called the... (Read More)