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AGC of Alaska strives to provide excellent advocacy for Alaska’s construction industry at all levels of government. Our mission is to inform legislators and community leaders about the importance and impact that our industry has on the state’s overall economy and infrastructure development. Through your involvement, AGC is able to provide a powerful and respected voice in the halls of local, state and federal government.

​Our advocacy is a year-round venture that fights to protect construction’s interests with the local municipality or borough, Alaska’s executive branch, legislative branch, state agencies, state judicial system, the federal government and federal agencies. Our advocacy efforts never stop because we know that your work never stops.  AGC provides multiple ways for you to get involved in our advocacy efforts and to make sure that your voice is heard when it comes to policies that impact construction.

​​​Ways to Get Involved!

Legislative Affairs Committee
The Legislative Affairs Committee keep up-to-date and informed upon happenings in the local and state government. They coordinate the annual Juneau Legislative Fly-In, they gather, organize, propose, and present AGC’s legislative priorities at the Annual Conference every year. They meet regularly with our lobbyists and provide legislators with input on legislation that may impact construction. If you are interested in joining, please click the link below and an AGC staff member will be in contact with you shortly.

Political Action Committee
This committee is comprised of AGC board members, PAC raffle ticket sellers, and AGC staff leaders.  They meet annually to discuss and recommend contributions to candidates & elected officials who support the efforts of the construction industry.  If you want to help support political candidates through the AGC PAC, please contact Alicia Amberg.

Construction 49ers
The Construction 49ers is an affiliation of concerned construction leaders and companies that strive to maintain an economy that promotes the interests of private enterprise while also protecting the interests of the residents of Alaska. This committee gives you the opportunity to be at the forefront of AGC’s advocacy efforts and to represent the construction industry in the presence of government officials. This committee does financially support our advocacy efforts, therefore to join this committee, there is an annual cost of $1,049/year. If you are interested in joining, please click the link below and an AGC staff member will be in contact with you shortly.

Thank you to our 2022 Construction 49ers:

Alcan Electrical & EngineeringHolland Roofing
American MarineK&H Civil
Anchorage Sand & Gravel Co.Kiewit
Brice, Inc.KLEBS Mechanical
ChemTrack AlaskaKnik Construction
Coldfoot Environmental ServiceLoken Construction
Construction Machinery IndustrialMarsh & McLennan
Cornerstone General ContractorsNorth Star Equipment Services
Cruz ConstructionOtis Elevator Co.
DAMA IndustrialParker, Smith & Feek
Davis Block & ConcretePruhs Construction Company
Davis Constructors & EngineersRain Proof Roofing
Denali Drilling, Inc.Roger Hickel Contracting
Drake ConstructionSpenard Builders Supply
Excel ConstructionStantec Consulting
Exclusive PavingSTG Pacific
F & W ConstructionSTG, Inc.
GHEMM CompanySwalling General
Granite Construction CompanyTaylored Business Solutions
Great Northwest

​​Annual Legislative Fly-In
Every year, AGC members gather together in Juneau to advocate for our legislative priorities, to protect construction’s best interests and to establish relationships with legislators and other government leaders. We meet with Legislators, Commissioners, the Governor, and State Departments such as the Dept. of Transportation and the Dept. of Labor. This is AGC’s large advocacy push that only happens once a year. Consider getting involved in this year’s fly-in and learn more about past years’ fly-ins by clicking on the links below.​

​​Weekly Legislative Reports
During Alaska’s Legislative Session, AGC’s lobbyist creates a weekly legislative report that provides information on: 1) what happened in Juneau in the past week, 2) what events are coming up for the next week, 3) it informs members of all the bills that are moving that may impact construction and 4) it informs members of the status of the bills and when they will be heard in committee. These are great reports to receive if you are interested in the happenings and legislation in Juneau!