Below is a listing of the benefits that AGC of Alaska members receive:
The AGC of Alaska has a full-time staff dedicated to working on behalf of the construction industry in Alaska. The staff is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the chapter office, scheduling committee meetings, publishing the bi-weekly newsletter, and being available to answer questions and assist members whenever possible.
The AGC chapter office also serves as an information resource center for contractors looking for information on state statutes & regulations, low bid information, contract documents, Davis-Bacon Wage Rates, Highway Awards, and a variety of industry related information.
The AGC of Alaska provides full-time lobbying for the Alaska construction industry (not just monitoring). Each year the AGC participates in over 100 state legislative initiatives through both the AGC Legislative Committee and Board of Directors.
AGC Plans Room Service that maintains plans for review on commercial and industrial projects across the state. There are two plan room locations: Anchorage & Fairbanks. Check out the Plans Room Website here.
AGC has comprehensive committees that actively work on such topics as legislative issues, education and training, building construction procedures, environmental regulations, aggregate issues, public relations and more.
AGC serves as a resource tool and a liaison for contractors and local, state, and federal agencies.
Members network to expand their contacts and business opportunities at AGC membership meetings, events and committee meetings.
AGC continues to investigate and implement new services that will give our members the competitive advantage over others.