AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter

AGC meets the needs of the commercial construction industry by providing exceptional products and benefits, industry-leading health and safety services, and invaluable opportunities to build business relationships.

Get the Value of an AGC Oregon-
Columbia Chapter Membership

The savings you’ll realize with an AGC membership in just one year
could far outweigh annual membership dues.

Welcome to Our Newest AGC Members!

  • B2W Software
  • Heritage Bank
  • K & E Paving, Inc.
  • Myri Construction Company
  • Omega Rigging and Machinery Moving, Inc.
  • Oregon Specialty Systems
  • PPG
  • R-2 Contractors, Inc.
  • Simpson & Associates SDVOSB, LLC
  • The PPI Group
  • Timberline Electrical Contractors, Inc.
  • Wallace Steel, Inc.

Trusted by Industry Leaders in
Oregon & SW Washington

The savings you’ll realize with an AGC membership in just
one year could far outweigh annual membership dues.

We Put Our 90+ Years Construction
Expertise To Work For You

We Put Our 90+ Years Construction
Expertise To Work For You

safety

Safety

Advice and consultation, education and training resources, both online and in-person.

See Safety Resources »
labor relations

Labor Relations

Get assistance with labor issues, including contract interpretation, information on prevailing wage laws, and more.

See current labor agreements and wage/fringe information »
government relations

Government Affairs

AGC works closely with public officials to shape the legislation and regulations that impact the construction industry.

Check out AGC’s core policies »
events & training

Events & Training

Build valuable skills and network with other industry professionals.

Network and build relationships at an AGC event » Learn about education and training opportunities »

Why Our Members Love AGC

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Originally joining AGC in 1974, the thought of not being a member has never been a consideration for our corporations. By joining AGC you team with a comprehensive partner that provides workers’ compensation, health insurance, retirement programs, safety resources, a political voice for our industry, and HR advice, along with national buying programs for common goods and services that we all need. If you compare the costs of “going it alone“ for these services, and add the cost of at least one full time employee or more depending on your company size…the decision is clear. AGC adds value and saves time and money.

Russ Batzer
JB Steel, Inc.
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Belonging to AGC is like having my cake and eating it too. I get access to all the resources and benefits like the safety program; discounts on group products; important updates on issues, trends, and legislation within our industry; networking; and on top of that, I've been getting money back from my SAIF workers' comp retro returns that offsets membership dues.

Cameron Foroud
James E John Construction

What's Happening

June 19: Safe Cybering: Protect Yourself

Accepting client credit cards, wire transfers, corresponding via email, and the simple presence of your business website present an ever-increasing risk. Join us to learn about the cyber risk all contractors face, and how to best avoid and protect your business.

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June 26: Specialty Contractors Council In-Person: Contracts: "I Signed Up to do WHAT?"

Join us for our last Success EDU Session until September! Three AGC general contractor members (Steve Bartell, project manager, P & C Construction Company; Josh Edgerton, project manager, Howard S. Wright Constructors; and Angie Helfert, project manager, Mortenson Construction) will discuss all things contracts, including who we're signing up with, what we're signing up for, and how to approach the GC.

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June 26: Specialty Contractors Council In-Person: Contracts: "I Signed Up to do WHAT?" Live Stream

Join us for our last Success EDU Session until September! Three AGC general contractor members (Steve Bartell, project manager, P & C Construction Company; Josh Edgerton, project manager, Howard S. Wright Constructors; and Angie Helfert, project manager, Mortenson Construction) will discuss all things contracts, including who we're signing up with, what we're signing up for, and how to approach the GC.

Register for Live Stream »

July 1: CLC: Good to Great: Separating Yourself From the Competition

How do you separate yourself from the pack both on and off the field, even during the good times? Learn from our very own Stan Brock, a number one pick of the Saints out of Colorado and the twelfth pick overall in the 1980 National Football League draft, how to not only stand out, but about the work it takes to stay ahead year after year.

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