AGC of Alaska relies on members to serve on committees which help to define and implement the internal and external priorities of the organization. AGC committees are the foundation for the Association's policies and activities.
Joining a committee is a great way to expand your membership experience with AGC of AK and become an active part of the Association. Interested in serving on a committee? Fill out the form at the bottom of this page.
Works together with its component Task Forces to organize and plan the annual AGC Conference. Includes: Dinner Dance Subcommittee, Family Fun Night Subcommittee, Speakers Subcommittee, and the Vendor Room Subcommittee.
Comprised entirely of Associate members who meet to increase opportunities for members to interact. They plan the annual Spring Train Ride, Chili Cook-off, and Excellence Reception.
Anchorage Golf Committee
Plans the annual Anchorage Golf Tournament. For years, golfers from the Alaska construction industry, including general contractors, suppliers, subcontractors, union leaders and the sponsors of the tournament have been meeting on the course to network, exchange golf tips and help increase the education funds available to students pursuing careers in the construction industry.
Guides the AGC in finding and utilizing the latest in technologies related to web development and the construction industry as a whole.
External Relations Committee
Facilitates negotiations for statewide Labor agreements and maintains relations between Contractors and Unions.
Internal Affairs Committee
Discusses internal structure and workings of the AGC, and includes the Nominations Subcommittee
the Board of Directors.
Responsible for the Alaska Contractor Magazine, deciding content and appearance of each quarterly issue.
Reviews legislative matters involving construction or construction related activities introduced by federal, state, and local government.
Construction Leadership Council
Directs the CLC group in its membership and event planning.
Sporting Clays Shoot Committee
Plans the annual Anchorage Sporting Clays Shoot.
Responsible for all issues regarding AGC membership including recruitment and retention.
Education, Training & Workforce Development Committee
This Committee develops education and training opportunities and promotes interest in Alaska construction through its annual scholarships. The committee actively advocates for construction education by supporting middle school and high school education through efforts to teach sessions in the classroom. This committee provides continued effort to build and maintain a positive relationship with The University of Alaska Anchorage to foster communication between generations of future AGC Members.
USACE Steering Committee
The committee is a continued effort to establish an open environment conducive to fostering partnership and collaboration between USACE, industry, and state/local government. It’s made up of high level stakeholders and experts who put personal profit motives aside to provide guidance on key issues such as: motivating factors for engagement with the USACE, barriers to entry, problems during execution, improved transparency, bids, submittals, policy, objectives, budgetary controls, and more.
This committee is the means for AGC members to obtain knowledge on upcoming safety issues affecting the industry, receive assistance to achieve compliance with OSHA regulations, provide opportunities for safety training & education for member companies, and to act as a resource for safety materials and information.
Fairbanks Task Force Committee
The Fairbanks Task Force Committee is a group of Interior members who offer guidance and support for the Fairbanks Branch Manager in planning fundraisers, networking events, industry events, informational seminars, and workshops for AGC Members in the Interior.
Discusses contract problems and bidding procedures with any or all of the governmental construction agencies including Federal, State, and Municipal.
• Includes the DOT Steering Committee.