AGC MA is served by a number of interest groups, task forces and joint committees. These volunteers provide an arena for discussion of key construction industry policies and issues. It is through these forums that AGC MA members exchange information and ideas in order to address and distribute information through various platforms.
AGC MA committees are open to all AGC members whose firms are in good standing.
Together… Shaping the Future of Your Industry
Realize the full benefit of AGC MA by participating on one of our volunteer committees or task forces. Meet key business leaders, develop new relationships, stay abreast of the latest industry trends, and help shape the agenda of your industry.
“Building a network to support and empower women in the construction industry to be confident and successful professionals using practical tools and advice to help further themselves both personally and professionally.”
The Chapter 149A Task Force serves as the liaison between AGC MA and public awarding authorities that utilize CM at Risk on public building projects. Monitors, develops & advocates CM best practices for project procurement & administration.
The AGC MA Building Code Interest Group recommends Association action and educates members on all matters relating to the state building code and its interpretation by state and municipal building officials. The Current goals of the Committee are as follows:
- CMR 527 (NFPA1)
- Navigating the permit process
- Tracking/Charting of building permit data
The Mission of the CLC is to develop future corporate, industry, and AGC MA leaders and to foster camaraderie among personnel of member firms under 40. Meetings include educational programs, project spotlights & tours, social events, and collaboration with BSA Young Designers and to serve as mentors to Student Chapters and oversee Community Service Day.
The mission of the Diversity+Inclusion Committee is to inspire construction companies to create a culture of sustainable business practices that promote a workforce of diverse backgrounds, perspectives and inclusivity.
The mission of the HR committee is to serve as a forum for sharing best practices in all areas of HR as well as offering input for the Salary Survey and the Benefits Survey that will go out to the members.
The Labor relations Division develops strategies in advance of labor negotiations with the trades and actively engages in all other issues affecting the signatory contractor throughout the year. [Signatory Members only]
The Legislative Advocacy Committee facilitates development of key, pro-active policy positions on both public & private sector legislative issues. ALSO teams up with Board of Directors to champion a continual, successful AGC MA Political Action Committee (PAC) campaign.
The Program Advisory Committee provides creative input & ideas for new AGC MA programs, panels, workshops, events and training. The goal is to bring additional value to membership through marketing, information, trends and networking opportunities.
The Safety Committee develops loss control programs and activities for AGC members that promote effective safety practices that ultimately reduce costs to employers. Maintains close working relationships with key state & federal agencies.
The VDC committee is a group of professionals in the industry that work together to advance the use of technology in the construction process.
Workforce Development is dedicated to supporting and expanding efforts to recruit, develop, mentor and support all prospective candidates in the Construction Industry.
The AGC MA YSP will look to provide a platform for young professionals in safety for networking, sharing ideas and opportunities, safety training and more.
Your involvement is the key to success. Help create a better business climate for our industry in MA.
Join a group today! Contact: Lisa Frisbie