The West Texas Chapter of Associated General Contractors is an organization of qualified construction contractors, sub-contractors and industry related companies committed to skill, integrity, and responsibility. The association provides services that include information on projects, government issues, professional development and safety services resulting in excellence from dedicated contractors leading the industry.
West Texas AGC Internet Plan Room (IPR) & Communication Network
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WEST TEXAS AGC SCHOLARSHIP
2015 Undergraduate scholarship available
Academic Scholarships are now available to graduating seniors, current college undergraduates or others who will pursue undergraduate work in a construction related field. There are many outstanding colleges and universities in the West Texas Chapter. Applicants are encouraged to consider area programs to pursue their goals and construction careers. DUE – April 1, 2015. West Texas Scholarship Application Form
AGC Special for March 2015
Diversity Rules: Harassment Prevention, Sensitivity and Correction Training for Construction Workers & Supervisors
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Created exclusively for the construction industry, Diversity Rules is one DVD with two training videos, each designed to aid construction employers with harassment prevention, sensitivity and correction training. Short enough to be presented during an on-the-job toolbox session, the video for workers includes 7 video vignettes that address issues such as sexual harassment (including sexual orientation and transgender status), age harassment, gender harassment (including family responsibilities), racial harassment and religious harassment. The video for supervisors includes all of the scenarios in the worker video, plus three additional videos that show supervisors how to handle tough conversations with workers about harassment and how to avoid inadvertently discriminating against workers