WHO WE ARE
QUALITY PEOPLE. QUALITY PROJECTS.
Founded in 1941, the Associated General Contractors South Texas Chapter is the premier organization of choice for both experienced and next generation construction and contracting professionals.
AGC represents the best interest of members in the commercial construction industry and the greater business environment. We support and encourage the advancement of skill, integrity, and responsibility within member firms, and stimulate and promote progress, innovation, and safety in the industry. Through dedicated advocacy, education, career development and networking opportunities, AGC members receive top-tier access with state and local governments, while connecting with industry leaders through responsive services and innovative programs and events.
AGC Members Span a Diverse Industry
AGC members represent the full spectrum of the construction industry.
Together, our members actively create opportunities to build and strengthen our state. We are passionate about shaping policy, improving industry relationships, and developing our workforce.
Membership is largely made up of general contractors, subcontractors, specialty, and supplier companies throughout South Texas.
Our members range from small business enterprises to large construction companies and are owned by shareholders, families and individuals.
The national organization, AGC of America is based in Washington, D.C. and represents more than 27,000 firms in the industry – including general contractors, specialty contractors and services providers and suppliers, through a nationwide network.
Cultivating Leaders in the Construction Industry in South Texas Since 1941.
SERVING 22 SOUTH TEXAS COUNTIES
Aransas | Bee | Brooks | Calhoun | DeWitt | Dimmit | Duval | Goliad | Jackson | Jim Hogg | Jim Wells | Kenedy | Kleberg | La Salle | Lavaca | Live Oak | McMullen | Nueces | Refugio | San Patricio | Victoria | Webb
WHAT’S NEXT ON THE CALENDAR
Make connections that matter!
Joining the AGC means having the entire industry, from every region and specialty, right at your fingertips. AGC offers countless opportunities for our members to connect with peers, share best practices and explore new business prospects.
Industry leading services and advocacy designed to give your business a distinct advantage.
When you join the Associated General Contractors, the resources are boundless.
Membership in our Chapter opens the vast resources of the AGC of America to your company.
AGC Members are professionals who contribute to and benefit from the dynamic construction industry.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, AGC of America has provided excellent information on safe practices, PPP, the Cares Act, along with information and guidance to distribute, clarifications from OSHA, CDC, WHO and other agencies that impact the construction industry. The coming months will be a challenge. You can count on your membership with AGC to receive information and breaking news to assist you.
Membership with AGC is great, just ask your peers!
Associated General Contractors South Texas Chapter is the recognized leader in ensuring our members work more profitably by providing business opportunities, best practices, education, training, resources, workforce development and advocacy while advancing sound public policy, protecting the interests of commercial construction contractors, and strengthening economic vitality for the construction industry and industry-related companies dedicated to skill, integrity, and responsibility.
There’s strength in working together. For your career. For your business. For your industry.
“We have had a wonderful experience with the AGC South Texas Chapter. We appreciate the AGC’s diligent work and support in keeping our industry leaders up to speed via informational webinars pertaining to COVID-19 and its affect on our industry. This information has been priceless in allowing us to make the necessary adjustments to our company protocols in keeping everyone safe and healthy! A big thank you to the AGC!”Robert Morris, STBP, Inc. General Contractor