The Association was honored to have the University of South Alabama’s President Jo Bonner as the guest speaker for our Annual Meeting and Installation of Officers held January 25th at the Country Club of Mobile.
Josh McElhenney, President of McElhenney Construction Co., LLC was installed as the 2022 President of Mobile Section, Alabama Associated General Contractors of America, Inc. McElhenney succeeds Seth Smith of Rolin Construction, Inc. who will continue to serve as immediate past president. McElhenney Construction Co., LLC is a full service construction company performing heavy highway construction and site development – from small scale concrete and drainage work to comprehensive road and site development projects.
Other contractor officers are:
Vice President, John Whitman – Mobile Asphalt Co., LLC.
Secretary-Treasurer, Chad Ammons – Ammons & Blackmon Const.
RJ Gonzales with Southern Earth Sciences will serve as Associate President for the Mobile Section along with R. Chad Brown with Thompson Engineering who will serve as Associate Vice President. Morris King with Vulcan Materials will continue to serve as immediate past president. King also serves as Vice President of the Statewide Associate Board.
Thomas Cotton with Thomas Industries will serve as 2022 Chair of the Mobile Section’s Construction Leadership Council (CLC) succeeding Cory Holcomb with S. J. & L. Civil Contractors. Serving as Vice Chair is Robert McDonough with McElhenney Construction. Serving as Secretary-Treasurer is Joshua H. Maharrey – BCC Waste Solutions.
The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) is designed to provide activities and programs to younger professionals within AGC. CLC functions as a venue to network, socialize, learn and exchange ideas about the construction industry.
A full list of Mobile Section Officers and Directors is attached: 2022 Mobile Section Officers and Directors Listing
Originally chartered in 1920, AlabamaAGC is part of a statewide and national association whose membership includes general contractors, subcontractors, specialty contractors, material and equipment suppliers, insurance bonding, and financial institutions, engineering firms, law firms and others who supply specialized services to the construction industry. Membership spans all of various industry segments such as Building, Industrial, Heavy and Highway and Municipal utilities. The principal objectives of AGC are to foster and promote a business climate in which the construction industry may operate successfully while upholding the integrity of the industry and serving the public through community involvement.
Alabama AGC works with elected officials on the local, statewide and national levels on industry issues affecting economic and infrastructure development.
AGC also works closely with governmental agencies such as OSHA to provide safety awareness programs for contractors.
Charlotte F. Kopf continues to serve as Manager of the Mobile office; Carol Harris serves as bookkeeper; and Katherine Vickers serves as Administrative Assistant.