Skip to content

Help AGCA Strengthen Its Legislative Efforts

Help AGCA Strengthen Its Legislative Efforts

US Capital BuildingHelp AGCA Plan for the Future

You have an opportunity to help AGC of America and its chapters gauge the reach of our collective networks and enable us to effectively plan for future public policy discussions. By understanding our network of relationships with elected officials, we can build advocacy programs that help advance our positions on any number of issues that directly impact the construction industry.

As employees, voters, volunteers, and contributors to the communities where we live and work, your voices and opinions are extremely influential. Through this brief survey you can provide information on the issues that are important to you, the stakeholders within your network, and the level of advocacy you would be willing to undertake on the association’s behalf.

The survey will take very little of your time, but your participation will make a tremendous difference. There is no right or wrong answer to any of the questions, we simply ask for your honest feedback. Some questions will ask if you personally know certain elected officials representing you at the state or federal level. Please do not feel like you are expected to, as most people will not.

We greatly appreciate your time and participation. You can begin your survey by following the link below.

Take Survey

Should you have technical problems accessing or completing this survey, please contact support by email at or by phone at (877) 4Ask-RAP. You can also contact AGC of America staff member David Ashinoff at or 202-547-5013.

Thank you for your time and support,

Stephen Sandherr
CEO, AGC of America

Share This Resource

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on print
Share on email

Related Articles

The construction industry is booming, yet nearly 90 percent of contractors in Oregon and SW Washington report difficulty filling some or all their skilled worker...
Businesses subject to Oregon’s Corporate Activity Tax will be allowed to file fiscal-year returns beginning with the 2021 tax year according to statutory changes approved...
Photo: © Abigail Dollins – USA TODAY NETWORK  The 2021 Legislative Session will be remembered for a long list of firsts. The Capitol was closed...