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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2021 West TX AGC Scholarship Golf Tournament
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We Kept America Building
AGC of America has created a special report called We Kept America Building.
This new report details AGC of America’s response to the Coronavirus and highlights examples of how AGC has supported the industry during the pandemic.
Read or Download Complete Report → HERE
The WTAGC app designed for your IOS/Apple or Android phone is now ready for your upload and easy access. Find Safety/COVID Resources, OSHA forms, Weekly Newsletters and much more. Associate Members can be searched by both the category of work and alphabetical listing. Put it to work for you today!
The West Texas Chapter is working together with chapters across the country and AGC of America to provide the best resources
and updated information available to our members.
For Covid 19 resourses on our website – Click on the Resources Tab
West Texas AGC member companies are now eligible to participate in the AGC Southwest Chapters 401(k) Plan, one of the largest association plans in the nation with more than $350 million in assets and over 100 participating companies. The plan started in 2009 at the AGC Houston and in 2012 merged with the Louisiana AGC multiple employer plan.
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.