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Get Recognized With a Build America Award

AGC of AmericaAs you may have heard, the AGC of America Alliant Build America Awards competition is open – and we are waiting for your entries! Begin your application now and apply soon to avoid a last-minute scramble to the finish line.

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AGCA members are true pioneers who never stop striving for the best, leading in all aspects of the construction industry. Their projects—your projects—constantly set new standards in innovation, technological advancement, environmental consideration, safety excellence, and collaboration. The Alliant Build America Awards recognize these impressive construction projects spanning the building, highway and transportation, utility infrastructure, and federal and heavy divisions, and seek to honor the people without whom each project would remain just an idea.

Now we want to celebrate your achievements! We strongly encourage AGC member companies who meet the competition requirements to apply online for some much-deserved recognition for their outstanding projects. As an added bonus, all entry fees are donated to the AGC of America Education and Research Foundation’s Alliant Build America Scholarship Fund and matched by Alliant to double the impact for young constructors across the country. (Not that you needed another reason to apply, of course!) Apply by Friday, Oct. 30, for full consideration.

Learn more about the Alliant Build America program and then click here to begin your application!

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