AGCCT - Why Membership ? If you are working in the commercial building industry in Connecticut, a membership in the Associated General Contractors of Connecticut (the building division of the Connecticut Construction Industries Association) is a must.
An AGC/CT Membership entitles your organization to a wealth of information and benefits which includes automatic enrollment into the CCIA and the AGC of America.
Membership Benefits & Services [Printable pdf]
AGC of Connecticut News Briefs:
2 Reasons to Celebrate and Appreciate our very own John Butts, AGC/CT Executive Director:
CCSU Construction Alumni Dinner
Monday, May 1, 2017 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Alumni Hall, Student Center, CCSU, New Britain, CT
2017 Construction Industry Award Recipient,
John W. Butts, AGC/CT Executive Director
will be honored at the Dinner. Along with the 2017 Alumni Award Nominees! Join us!
Registration/Sponsorship/Advertising Opportunities available by calling CCSU at 860.832-2587 or visit: www.ccsu.edu/ConstructionAlumniDinner for More Information
Construction Industry Good Scout Luncheon
Tuesday, May 23, 2017 11:30am – 2:00 pm
Aqua Turf Club, Wagon Room – Plantsville, CT
Registration on line at: www.ctyankee.org/construction
LEAN Construction Training
Building Information Modeling Courses [BIM]
Supervisory Training Program [STP] developed, updated, and field-tested by and for contractors.
PROMOTE CAREERS In CONSTRUCTION!
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The AGC of CT's 70th Annual Membership Meeting, held last Thursday, February 16, 2017 at the Aqua Turf in Plantsville, celebrated the election of a new Board of Directors, including the 50th President of the chapter, John Mastriano, Turnbridge Construction, and honored outgoing Board member Keith Corneau, United Steel, Inc. and President, Frank Ferrucci, F+F Mechanical Enterprises. A panel of economists, Fred Carstensen of UConn’s School of Business, Peter Gioia, CBIA, and Mark Gius, Quinnipiac University, provided a lively discussion on Connecticut’s economy and ideas for stimulating growth and opportunity for Connecticut’s businesses.
Special thanks to Program Sponsors Marcum LLP and Paul Dinto Electrical Contractors, Inc.; and thank you to all sponsors, listed here, for their support. Photo Gallery by John Marinelli Photography is available: [AGCCT 70th Annual Meeting - Photo Gallery]
The Associated General Contractors of Connecticut Two-Year Scholarship Application is now available visit: www.ctconstruction.org/agcctscholarship
A memorial scholarship in the name of Thomas M. Giardini has been established with the AGC of America Education and Research Foundation.
On-line donations can be made at - bit.ly/TMGScholarship / For contributions by mail, donations should be sent to: The AGC Education and Research Foundation, 2300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. The Thomas M. Giardini Memorial Scholarship should be in the memo line of the check.