2019 AGC of Ohio Convention

March 10-16, 2019
The Westin Playa Conchal Beach
& Golf Resort Conchal

Costa Rica

SOLD OUT!

If you still want to go to the convention,  contact Rich Hobbs at 614-486-6446 or rjh@agcohio.com.  There is no guarantee that additional rooms will be available at the current convention price.

 

 

 

 

Build Ohio Awards

Build Ohio celebrates commercial construction in Ohio with an annual building awards competition and Build Ohio Celebration in November. Winning projects receive the custom-made bronze and green marble Build Ohio Statue. The competition is open to all AGC of Ohio contractor members in good standing.

 

JOIN AGC OF OHIO

The Associated General Contractors of Ohio represents a membership of general contractors, subcontractors/specialty contractors and service providers.

 

 

 

"Ohio Construction Connection"

AGC of Ohio Online Buyer's Guide

The Guide is the AGC of Ohio go-to industry resource for finding general contractors, specialty contractors, suppliers and affiates.

 

The Associated General Contractors of Ohio is a commercial construction trade association governed and directed by building contractors. It is a full service AGC Chapter chartered by the Associated General Contractors of America, the oldest and largest national commercial construction trade association in the United States. The association has grown from a loose confederation of regional chapters into a prominent statewide association with seven divisions, boasting a membership of numerous general contractors, specialty contractors, suppliers and service providers to the construction industry.

 

Since its establishment in 1970, AGC of Ohio has played a prominent role for commercial contractors. AGC of Ohio and its members strive to improve the industry by promoting fair practices, working with public and private owners to stimulate construction markets, and providing education services—all while upholding the core AGC principles of skill, responsibility and integrity.  By offering a common voice for the industry, the opportunity to interact with peers and a vehicle for legislative and regulatory change, AGC of Ohio serves contractors and helps them collectively improve the commercial construction industry in Ohio.

AGC OF OHIO Provides services to and advocates on behalf of commercial builders to improve the quality of construction and protect the public interest.

 

 

 

News

The Ruhlin Company safety milestone

The Ruhlin Company has recently achieved a significant safety milestone by reaching 1.5 million man hours worked without a Lost…

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Student Team Places 2nd at Regional Associated Schools of Construction Competition

Congratulations to The Ohio State University Construction Systems Management team on their 2nd place finish at the ASC Region 3…

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OHIO TO IMPLEMENT A BOLD, NEW LAW TO DETER DISTRACTED DRIVING COLUMBUS

Effective October 29, House Bill 95 becomes law and enacts a significant distracted driving deterrent and an effective tool for…

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RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY AND DEDICATION HELD FOR MOUNT GILEAD STATE PARK DAM/SPILLWAY PROJECT

ODNR Director James Zehringer in the center holds his piece of ribbon high at the dedication of the Mt. Gilead…

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Rudolph Libbe gets new apprentice

Like a lot of other industries, the construction trades are facing a workforce shortage. The Construction Leadership Council created a…

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Shook Construction

The Shook team gathered to honor any person battling with cancer at a Stephen A. Comunale, Jr. Family Cancer Foundation…

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Hidden Hazards Are Lurking – Don’t Let Injuries and Illnesses Haunt Your Workplace!

Take action to scare up hazards and find the best ways to control them. • Conduct safety walk-arounds to systematically…

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Contratulations to Joe Urquhart, Vice President of Overmyer Hall Associates

Joe Urquhart (center) (Overmyer Hall Associates) is the 2018 recipient of the BX President’s Award. He’s pictured with BX Executive…

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AGC Member Discount on GM Vehicles

We’re pleased to extend AGC member companies and their employees a private offer1 of up to $1,000 toward the purchase…

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Advocacy

AGC of Ohio has a comprehensive governmental affairs program coordinated through the AGC of Ohio Board of Directors and the committee structure.

 

 

 

 

AGC of Ohio lobbies and educates the state legislature and other elected officials about business and construction-related issues, either alone or in conjunction with other interested parties, and works with state agencies on issues of concern to AGC of Ohio members.

 

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Events

Four major annual events bring a large number of contractors from all over Ohio together.

 

 

 

 

AGC of Ohio’s annual convention, which usually takes place in a warm, exotic locale; the Build Ohio Celebration that honors the accomplishments of the commercial construction industry and recognizes excellence in construction; a Safety Luncheon that honors companies’ safety achievements; and a golf outing that benefits the AGC of Ohio Scholarship Fund.

 

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Ohio Construction Connection

This is the AGC of Ohio supported and promoted, go-to industry resource to find contractors, suppliers and affiliated service providers in Ohio.

 

 

 

 

AGC of Ohio Online Buyers Guide is easily accessible for construction professionals across Ohio and simple to use. You will see a button located on the AGC of Ohio "Find A Contractor" that will bring you directly to the Guide.

 

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Workforce
Development


Efforts through AGC and in conjunction with AGC Divisions and  industry partners are focused on the goal to attract, retain and train the future construction industry workforce.

 

 

 

AGC considers “workforce development” as a broad umbrella that encompasses both those activities that encourage students in elementary, middle or high school to consider the potential of a career in construction and those that help prepare young people for their first jobs in the industry, either through craft training or a two- or four-year degree.

 

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