Since 1923, AGC Houston has been supporting local commercial construction through the advancement of issues important to the industry. The chapter continues to be an industry leader in education and professional development, safety training, market data resourcing and member networking.


AGC Members Gain Invaluable Insight About Houston’s Mobile Stroke Unit

Posted on 1/21/2020
Dr. Grotta delivered an eye-opening presentation to AGC Houston members at the Patrick J. Kiley Distinguished Speakers series on January 15, 2020.

State and Local Factors Keep Construction Sector in Buoyancy

Posted on 1/20/2020
In his annual economic outlook address to the Houston chapter members of the Society for Marketing Professional Services on January 14, 2020, Patrick Kiley, FMI, delivered a positive economic picture for the city and Texas.

Empowering Vets Into The Construction Industry

Posted on 1/10/2020
While the U.S. construction industry continues to grow at a healthy pace, the challenges to finding qualified skilled workers and filling mid-level positions continues to negatively impact companies...

2020 Sage Construction Hiring and Business Outlook Survey

Posted on 12/20/2019
Despite signs the overall economy may be slowing, most construction firms expect demand for their services and hiring will expand in 2020, yet even more firms are worried about their ability to find qualified workers to hire, according to survey resu

Giving Back Through The Spirit Of The Season

Posted on 12/5/2019
As we gather with family and friends during the holidays, we recall those who are dear to us and the importance of making spirits bright. Thank you to each one who helped to bring some Christmas cheer to our neighbors this holiday season!

AGC Diversity Committee Continues Making Strides

Posted on 12/5/2019
Fall was a busy season for the AGC Diversity Committee. Along with steadily making connections in the industry, the group has taken on a new challenge...




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