Alabama AGC Goes to Washington

Last month, Alabama AGC traveled to Washington DC for the AGC of America National Chapter Leadership Conference (NCLC).  This event provides AGC chapter leaders a forum to network with other offiers and meet with their confressional delegration on Capitol Hill.  We especially appreciative of AlabamaAGC President Rob Middleton attending and meeting with Congressman Jerry Carl, Congressman Dale Strong, Congressman Robert …

REBUILD ALABAMA ACT SIGNED BY GOVERNOR IVEY

Governor Kay Ivey signed the historic Rebuild Alabama Act into law yesterday, Tuesday, March 12, after the Senate overwhelmingly passed the legislation by a vote of 28-6. We are grateful for all the hard work put in by the many stakeholder organizations toward this effort. READ MORE>

AGC Testifies before House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee

House Panel Weights Path Forward on Infrastructure Legislation  AGC Testifies before House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee  On March 13, Al Stanley—a current contractor member of the AGC of America Board of Directors from the Alabama AGC—testified before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Highways and Transit about the much-needed funding necessary to address the nation’s transportation and infrastructure needs, which …

2018 Mobile County Pay As You Go Program

The November 6th Ballot will include Mobile County’s 2018-2020  “Pay As You Go” Road Program  Referendum.  As has become customary, MCRBA will undertake an advertising campaign in an attempt to identify the importance of this referendum to the voters.  While this is very expensive, we feel this program is far too important to our industry to chance losing it.  As …

AGC NWFL Legislative Reports for 2018 Legislative Session – Final Report Now Available

Please find below Legislative Reports from Bruce Kershner, AGC Alabama – Northwest Florida Section Government Relations Director: AGCNorthwestFloridaPreSessionReport2018 AGCNorthwestFloridaWeekOneReport1-14-2018 AGCNorthwestFloridaWeekTwoReport1-21-2018 AGCNorthwestFloridaWeekThreeReport1-28-2018 AGCNorthwestFloridaWeekFourReport2-04-2018 AGCNorthwestFloridaWeekFiveReport2-11-2018 AGCNorthwestFloridaWeekSixReport2-18-2018 AGCNorthwestFloridaWeekSevenReport2-25-2018 AGCNorthwestFloridaNineReport3-14-2018 AGCNorthwestFloridaWeekEightReport3-04-2018 AGC Northwest Florida Legislative Report Final 2018 Report.docx  

Congressman Bradley Byrne Speaking to MCRBA-AGC on August 17th 8:30 A.M.

MCRBA-AGC Monthly Meeting Moved to August 17th Please note that the August meeting for MCRBA-AGC has been MOVED from our usual meeting date of the last Tuesday of this month.   Instead, the meeting will take place Thursday morning, August 17th at the Country Club of Mobile at 8:30 A.M.  Our guest speaker will be Congressman Bradley Byrne.  Please join us to hear an update on …

Florida Excavators Required to Call 911 – Effective July 1, 2017

Sunshine 811 provides tools to reduce likelihood of damages and max federal fines up to $2 million Effective July 1, 2017, Florida excavators will be required to call 911 to report any contact with an underground facility that results in the release of a natural gas or other hazardous material or substance regulated by the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration …

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey Signs Marshall James Walton Highway Safety Act

Mobile Section AlabamaAGC  member John G. Walton and his wife Kathy were on hand as Governor Ivey signed the Marshall James Walton Highway Safety Act. The Marshall James Walton Highway Safety Act  (ACT 2017-336)  creates the crime of vehicular homicide. This Act is a fitting memorial to Johnny & Kathy’s son Marshall Walton who died in a work zone accident …

AlabamaAGC Legislative Update – April 17, 2017 by Chris Williams

Alabama AGC Legislative Update – Volume 26 No. 8 History was made in Alabama last week.  On Monday, less than a week after addressing the Montgomery Section Meeting, Kay Ivey became Governor in the wake of Robert Bentley’s resignation. While history was being made in the Executive Branch of Government the Legislature continued its work. Read more:   AlabamaAGC Legislative Report …