Membership for General
& Specialty Contractors

AGC provides exceptional products and services to help make businesses more competitive and to help meet the current and future needs of the industry.

What does AGC Consider a Contractor?

General Contractor: an individual, partnership, corporation, or other business entity that is capable of performing construction work as a contractor with overall responsibility for the satisfactory completion of a project using its own forces to perform or supervise part of the work AND which performs 25% of its total volume of work as a general contractor.

Specialty Contractor: any individual or firm who cannot qualify for membership as a general contractor member, but who performs a portion of the work on a construction site and has not undertaken a volume of work as a “general contractor” that amounts to more than 25% of their total volume of business measured over the two preceding calendar years.

Benefits of an AGC Membership for Contractors

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Work safe, save money

Our innovative workers’ compensation program keeps your workers safe and your bottom line healthy.

Explore our exclusive workers’ comp program »
ADvice and consultation, education and training, both online and in-person

Reduce Risk

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

Learn about AGC’s safety services »
Healthy employees = productive employees

Healthy employees = productive employees

A strong benefits program helps retain employees and boost morale.

Take a look at AGC’s health insurance program »

Why Our Members Love AGC

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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; and networking...and on top of that, I've been getting money back from my SAIF workers' comp retro returns that offsets the membership dues.

Cameron Foroud
James E John Construction

Plus, Get Access to
AGC Programs & Discounts

Members of the AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter gain access to many programs and discounts that improve their business and their bottom line.

See How Much AGC Members Save

General Contractor Dues

The AGC membership year begins July 1 and ends June 30 of the subsequent year. Dues are prorated based on the month of start of membership. Dues are based upon the volume of work performed by the member within chapter territory during the previous calendar year.

Construction Volume Dues
$0–1 million $2,400
$1–2 million $2,470
$2–5 million $4,700
$5–10 million $7,130
$10–15 million $7,860
$15–20 million $9,200
$20–45 million $11,175
Over $45 million $12,950

Specialty Contractor Dues

The AGC membership year begins July 1 and ends June 30 of the subsequent year. Dues are prorated based on the month of start of membership. Dues are based upon the volume of work performed by the member within chapter territory during the previous calendar year.

Construction Volume Dues
$0–1 million $1,985
$1–2 million $2,055
$2–5 million $4,050
$5–15 million $5,885
Over $15 million $7,140

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Still have questions?
Contact Membership Services Manager Ali Gadbaugh via email or phone at
503-685-8308 or 800-826-6610.