The Inland Northwest AGC encourages all of its members to get involved and participate in one of the many committees that help govern our organization. These include:
Education Committee - The Education Committee serves as the planning and development group for all AGC Education Programs. This group meets once a month on the second Thursday at 9:00 a.m. If you would like to get involved with this committee, please contact Danette Larson.
Safety Committee - The Safety Committee meets monthly to discuss the latest issues, trends and tactics to improve your company's safety program. This committee meets on the first Thursday of the month at 7:30 a.m. at Sweet Old Bob's Restaurant on E. Trent. To get involved with this committee, contact Wayne Brokaw.
Associates Committee - The Associates Committee was formed to promote one idea - AGC Members doing business with AGC Members. This group discusses ideas and strategies to help better the position of Associate members with the General Contractors in our organization. The committee meets every other month on the third Tuesday at 12:00 p.m. Lunch is provided each month by a sponsoring member. To get involved with this committee, contact Cheryl Stewart.
Government Affairs Committee - The Government Affairs committee serves as the legislative steering committee for the organization. This group meets on an as needed basis. To get involved with this committee, contact Wayne Brokaw.
City-County Committee - In an effort to maintain a good working relationship with our local municipalities, the AGC City-County Committee was formed. This group meets on an as needed basis with the leadership and relevant departments of both the City of Spokane and Spokane County. To get involved with this committee, contact Wayne Brokaw.
Scholarship Committee - The Scholarship Committee meets once a year to manage and disperse funds from the AGC Memorial Scholarship Foundation. Participation on this committee is by appointment only.
AGC of America Divisions & Councils - AGC contractor members are served by four Occupational Divisions – the Building, the Federal and Heavy Construction, the Highway and Transportation, and the Municipal & Utilities Divisions. The Occupational Divisions provide members from specific industry segments the opportunity to stay informed of emerging issues and trends that are relevant to the type of construction work they perform every day. AGC also encourages involvement and dialogue with and between all segments of the construction industry. Members may elect to participate in the Specialty Contractors Council, the Service & Supply Members Council, and the Private/Public Industry Advisory Council. For more information about serving on an AGC of America committee, contact Wayne Brokaw.