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.
Join our 300+ members today!
Recruiting West Texas AGC members to help build our workforce
Click HERE for the Interest Form and Return
This will ensure to include your company with others and the West Texas Chapter’s efforts to work with schools and students through-out all areas of our chapter and the State of Texas. For additional information contact Cassie Hughes at 325.676.7447 or email email@example.com
West Texas AGC – Workforce Survey
The construction industry has been hit hard with material price increases and labor shortages that literally handcuff a company and what they can perform or commit to complete.
AGC and the West Texas AGC Chapter are pro-actively working with our members, government agencies, and schools to address the workforce shortage.
Addressing and communicating the needs of the commercial and industrial construction industry will identify the needed pathways promoted in the CTE programs
and curriculum in the Technical Trades programs. The programs are funded based on the forecasted hiring in specific trades.
To make a difference, your help is needed. Please complete the Workforce Survey. Thank you!
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN TEXAS
We encourage our members to be involved and VOTE and to encourage their employees to VOTE!
Over the coming weeks, AGC TBB will provide information on Statewide, Senate, and House races, along with the elections that are most significant to our industry. To view the latest news from AGC TBB CLICK HERE (from the Capital Round Up issue – February 20, 2018)
Commercial construction workers in Texas
talk about career opportunities, good pay and safety!
Nothing is more important to the construction industry than the safety of its workforce. Every day thousands of dedicated construction safety professionals work hard to make sure every worker heads home to their family at the end of the day in Texas. Click HERE to find out what workers say about safety at their job and pride in their career.