Current Executive Board
Information on AGC's Executive Board Officers is below.
Access the list of our full Board of Directors here.
Jim St. George
Jim St. George is the founder and President of STG Incorporated, an Anchorage-based construction management and services company specializing in rural Alaska construction projects ranging from power generation and distribution facilities and bulk fuel tank farms, erection of communication towers, pile foundation installations, and renewable energy systems.
In 1991, Jim started St. George Construction, which evolved into STG Incorporated in 1996. Since that time, he has grown the venture into one of Alaska’s most experienced and respected heavy industry contracting firms serving rural areas of the state. STG maintains statewide market leadership in the installation of renewable energy systems. In September 2013, Calista Corporation recognized that value and STG Incorporated joined Calista as its newest subsidiary.
Jim has been active in AGC for five years and the Alaska Miners Association for 35 years.
Jim and his wife Sandy enjoy flying, fishing, golf, and traveling. They have two sons Zach and Ted. Zach recently graduated with a Master’s of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley and Ted is currently studying Mechanical and Electrical Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York.
Cuauhtemoc "Rod" Rodriguez
Coldfoot Environmental Services, Inc. & Red Box Refuse
Cuauhtemoc Rodriguez is the Owner and President of Coldfoot Environmental which specializes in hazardous waste removal and building demolition throughout Alaska. He also owns Red Box Refuse which provides waste hauling services in Anchorage and the Mat-Su.
In 1994, he came to Anchorage, Alaska and was stationed at JBER, formerly Elmendorf Air Force Base, where he served as a contract specialist with the 3rd Contracting Squadron. Upon his separation from the US Air Force, he formed Coldfoot Environmental.
Cuauhtemoc admires small businesses and the challenges they face every day. Previously a participant in the US Small Business Administration 8(a) Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) Program and Department of Transportation Disadvantage Business Enterprise (DBE) Program, he remembers all the obstacles in building his company. For this, he has been a strong advocate for small business and offers his advice and assistance to many small business as a speaker at many SBA and DOT conferences.
Cuauhtemoc is originally from Chula Vista, California, but now calls Alaska his home. He enjoys traveling with his wife Jessica and their three boys, Temo Jr, Enrique, and Emiliano. After work, he volunteers his time with the local football and wrestling clubs. Some of his hobbies include fishing, hunting, and outdoor sports.
Christopher P. Reilly
Rain Proof Roofing
Born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. Attended Roger’s Park, Wendler and East High, graduating in 1993. From 1993 to 1995, attended Oregon State University and 1996 to 1997 Portland State University. Spent summers working in roofing and the construction industry in Anchorage and Portland.
Returned to Alaska in the spring of 1997 and began working in the field for Rain Proof Roofing as a laborer, earned journey roofer status and achieved a foreman position during the summer of 1999.
In 2000, moved into the office as a contract administrator and estimator for residential and commercial projects.
Has three sons – Conner, Parker and Brady.
In 2007 became owner of Universal Roofing, LLC through 2012.
In the fall of 2012 returned to work at Rain Proof Roofing managing commercial and remote site projects.
Currently Vice-President and part owner of Rain Proof Roofing.
Active in the National Roofing Contractors Association and AGC of Alaska.
Sarah Lefebvre was raised in Montana and moved to Alaska as a young military wife. After working in retail, insurance, and accounting, she discovered a passion for the construction industry, and has now been with Exclusive Paving for 19 years. She has held many roles in the company, and was a part owner for five years until the Colaska acquisition. University Redi-Mix was acquired in 2006, giving Sarah expanded experience in construction materials.
Sarah serves on the CIPF Board, the State of Alaska Worker’s Compensation Board, and is active in the Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce, chairing the Transportation Infrastructure Committee. With her partner, Sean Martines, and their two dogs, she enjoys biking (summer and winter), cross country skiing, snowmachining, hunting, fishing and anything else outdoors. Otherwise, if not with Sean in the kitchen, she is likely to be found behind a book or whatever reading material is within reach.
Sarah’s son, Brandon, lives in Montana with his wife and children, and her daughter, Jenifer, lives in Fairbanks with her husband.
Gary Klebs was born in Wisconsin, but has called Alaska his home for over four decades. Gary started working in the construction industry in 1981, working his way up from an entry level position to General Manager. Gary started KLEBS as a one man truck and metal fabrication business in 1986. He has been at the helm of KLEBS leading them forward in growth for the past 26 years to the multi-faceted company that they are today. Gary's roots in the industry and education run deep. He is one of the founders of the Associated Builders & Contractors of Alaska. He is also the past President of the Board of Directors for the ABC of Alaska of which Klebs is a current member. Gary has a vision for KLEBS to continue to grow and flourish as a family business that reflects the original values of candor, teamwork, ingenuity and integrity that he originally brought to his one-man operation. Under Gary's direction KLEBS has moved forward in supporting the community through sponsorship of various local athletic teams including the Aces. KLEBS also encourages volunteering among the staff. Gary is married and has three children: Matt, Mike and Amy. Gary's favorite pastimes outside of growing KLEBS into an industry leader include fishing, time at the cabin with his family and occasionally flying his plane.
Lynne J. Seville
Parker, Smith & Feek
Lynne is an Account Executive and a principal of the firm. Lynne serves Alaska-based contractors, financial institutions, social services organizations, and utilities. In addition to insurance program design and placement, Lynne has over 29 years’ experience in injury and loss prevention management strategies, and claims management programs and implementation for clients.
After earning her Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering, Business, and Pre-Law from Arizona State University, Lynne began her risk management and insurance career with a major insurer in 1988, completing a formal intern program in risk control. She worked for the insurance carrier assessing and consulting in managing risk and exposures to loss for many different Alaska businesses, including social services, municipalities, construction companies, and transportation risks, among others. Lynne moved into the insurance brokerage side of the business in 1993 with the third largest insurance broker in the world in a risk assessment and control and claims consulting role. She transitioned to insurance program design and placement in her 13 years with that brokerage firm.
Lynne is a licensed insurance broker in property and casualty insurance in several states and holds the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) professional designation. Lynne is active in professional associations and has received several awards in recognition of her professional accomplishments and philanthropic activities. She has served on the Boards of Girl Scouts of Alaska, Equine Assisted Therapy Alaska, and the Workers’ Compensation Committee of Alaska. She currently serves on the Board of the Alaska Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of Rotary International and served as President of the Board of the Anchorage “Downtown” Club.
Lynne enjoys fishing and sea kayaking with her husband Mike.
Knik Construction Company
Immediate Past President
Dan Hall serves as the Vice President/Alaska Manager for Knik Construction, a subsidiary of the Lynden family of companies. Dan has worked with the company for nearly 20 years, serving in a variety of key roles over his career to include QC Manager, Project Manager and Alaska Manager. Dan has worked on Knik projects all across Alaska, as well as Guantanamo Bay, Wake Island, and Midway Island.
Dan credits any achievements and success he has had to his coworkers and the leadership that mentors him through his tenure at Knik. Dan volunteers for the Ruffed Grouse Society, and is a supporter of AGC.
Dan is a lifelong Alaskan, born in Anchorage, raised in Valdez, and currently lives in Anchorage but enjoys his weekends at the family's cabin in Willow. Dan spends his free time with his wife, Marleanna, and their son, Alex, and three Labradors. He enjoys snowmaching, skiing, hunting and the outdoors.