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.
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West Texas AGC is pleased to provide an automatic payment and renewal option for our members!
Associate and Professional Service Members who receive their invoices quarterly or annually may login to the Chapter website at the Membership dropdown to make the necessary changes.
For instructions on “How To” or to receive your password for access on wtagc.org please contact
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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)
AGC TEXAS BUILDING BRANCH ANNUAL CONVENTION – JUNE 6TH – 9TH 2018
AGC Texas Building Branch is proud to announce that the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort will be the home of our 41st Annual Convention. Plan to attend for learning, networking, golf, and a great experience. The deadline for hotel reservations is May 7, 2018.
Click here to register for the AGC TBB Annual Convention
Click here to explore the accommodations and then go here ⇢ to make your Online Reservations
“TEXAS BUILDS” – Safety & Career Opportunities
The Associated General Contractors of America and its Texas chapters highlight the many benefits of working in construction in the state. Promoting the industry through “Texas Builds”, lets the state’s construction workers explain the benefits of working in an industry that pays better than most and is improving safety faster than most other states.”