|June 8-10||Washington, D.C.||
The AGC Federal Contractors Conference brings federal agencies directly to the table alongside attendees to generate more candid dialogue and fewer generic presentations. In addition to agency budget and policy overviews, the conference focuses on addressing specific issues facing the construction industry and particular agencies from public-private partnerships to source selection; multiple award contracts to small business; and design-build to bonding.
|June 8-10||Washington, D.C.||
Approximately 40 member company CFOs and other senior professionals regularly attend the AGC Financial Issues Committee’s biannual meetings. The Committee is geared toward member company CFOs, VPs of Finance, Controllers, Tax Directors and other senior accounting professionals – in which forum attendees have an opportunity to learn as well as formulate positions on tax and accounting matters that directly affect the bottom line and operations of AGC member companies of all sizes and specialties.
Who Attends: More than 40 construction industry professionals including CFOs from mid and large cap companies to small cap specialty contractors, as well as other professionals involved in accounting, banking and surety industries.
|June 27-30||Middleburg, VA||
The ELC Annual Conference provides you with three days dedicated to your professional development, networking and leadership growth. As an ELC member, you can look forward to engaging with more than 60 other AGC chapter executives, hearing from expert speakers, exchanging best practices and honing your leadership skills.
Who Attends: AGC Chapter Executives
|July 14-16||Louisville, KY||
AGC’s Construction Safety, Health & Environmental Conference is the industry’s foremost annual conference to hone in on the most critical safety, health and environmental compliance and risk issues impacting the business of construction. If your goal is protecting the safety and health of the men and women working in construction or protecting the environment during the construction process, this is the conference for you. The conference provides educational options for attendees through a mixture of plenary and breakout sessions which cover issues in three broad categories:
|August 4-6||Chicago, IL||
The AGC IT Conference for Construction Professionals provides attendees with an opportunity to engage with fellow IT practitioners from the Construction industry. For two days, participants hear from and interact with industry leaders and innovators on the latest developments on Information Technology for Construction; attendees network with peers and providers from across the country and share best practices to address their most pressing challenges around technology. The sessions cater to both technical and non-technical users and are well suited for a variety of positions including CIOs, VPs of IT, IT Directors and managers, and other Construction IT professionals in charge implementing new technologies or ensuring adoption of existing ones. The conference brings over 300 attendees every year.
|October 7-9||St. Louis, MO||
AGC’s Construction HR and Training Professionals Conference provides two days of education and networking for HR, training, and workforce development professionals in the construction industry. Educational sessions for training professionals cover the most cutting-edge techniques in training and development currently in use and envisioned for the future in the industry. The HR sessions help HR professionals in the industry remain up to date and compliant with employment laws and best practices. Some sessions interest both HR and training professionals alike.
|October 28-30||Las Vegas, NV||
Jointly hosted by AGC and CFMA, Annual Construction Financial Management Conference was developed in response to a need for programs and workshops designed specifically for financial professionals in the construction industry. The two-day conference is filled with more than 30 interactive sessions, covering the latest industry issues and their financial implications. Participants may earn up to 18 CPE credits in accordance with NASBA.
Who Attends: More than 400 construction industry professionals including owners, Chief Financial Officers, Controllers, Treasurers, Certified Public Accountants, Auditors, Consultants, Bankers and Sureties.
|November 11 – 13||Phoenix, AZ||
The AGC Joint Contractors Conference brings together AGC’s Highway and Utility Contractors Conference and Buildcon in Tucson, Arizona. Each conference will have its own education sessions but several of the information sessions, all of the social events and the Ritchie Brothers Golf Tournament will include participation from all three AGC Contractor Divisions – Highway &Transportation, Utility Infrastructure and Building. This is an opportunity to learn about issues in your own market areas but also to network with contractors involved in other markets.