About Us About the Oregon-Columbia Chapter Since 1922, the AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter has served as the voice of the commercial construction industry. We provide our members products and services designed to improve business and enhance the professionalism of the construction industry, including: Innovative workers’ compensation program Legislative influence Safety and human resources consulting Training and education Health insurance and retirement/401(k) program Labor relations Representing the Commercial Construction Industry With nearly 830 member companies, AGC is the only trade association representing the full range of commercial construction companies, from industrial to building, heavy highway to multi-family residential. Chapter Leadership The chapter is led by a board of directors comprised of elected, appointed, and designated members representing all segments of the chapter’s membership. Chapter Membership Our nearly 830 chapter members are general and specialty/subcontractors and associated industry and professional associates located or doing work in Oregon and Southwest Washington. Membership is made up of primarily small to mid-sized contractors. 43% have annual revenues between $0 and $2 million 26% have annual revenues between $2 and $5 million 31% have annual revenues over $5 million Related Resources Safety Resources Advice and consultation, education and training resources, both online and in-person See Safety Resources » Labor Agreements & Wage Information Get assistance with labor issues, including contract interpretation, information on prevailing wage laws, and more. See current labor agreements and wage/fringe information » Legislative Influence AGC works closely with public officials to shape the legislation and regulations that impact the construction industry. Check out AGC’s core policies » Questions about membership? Contact Ali Gadbaugh, member services manager, for more information.