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AGC of Alaska Elects New Executive Board of Directors

Nov 26, 2019 | Construction, Engineering, Environmental, News, Professional Services

AGC of Alaska’s new executive board of directors

AGC of Alaska

The Associated General Contractors of Alaska (AGC) elected a new executive board of directors to close out AGC’s annual conference held at the Captain Cook Hotel. 

“Our Board of Directors is made up of those members who devote their time, effort, and wherewithal to AGC business,” says Thea Scalise, Assistant Executive Director of AGC. “This responsibility not only includes service to the association, but active participation on Chapter committees, the lifeblood of our organization. We are honored by the wealth of knowledge, professionalism, and dedication presented by our Board of Directors. 

AGC Executive Board of Directors

Title

Representing Organization

Chris Reilly

President

Rain Proof Roofing

Gary Klebs

Vice President

KLEBS Mechanical, Inc.

Sarah Lefebvre

Secretary

Exclusive Paving DBA Colaska, Inc.

Brian Midyett

Treasurer

STG Pacific, LLC

Marcus Trivette

Contractor-at-Large

Brice, Inc.

Kirk Currey

Associate Member

Construction Machinery Industrial, LLC (CMI)

Cuauhtemoc “Rod” Rodriguez

Immediate Past President

Coldfoot Environmental Services, Inc.

“AGC membership to me and my company is about having a voice,” says Robby Capps of F & W Construction Co. and AGC Past President. “For seventy years AGC has been the voice of our members and our industry in Alaska, on legislative issues, workforce development issues, labor issues, and safety issues. Membership is one of the best investments your company will ever make.”

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