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Committees

Committee participation is important.  It is the heart of the association’s business.  AZAGC has over 10 committees open to all association members and appropriate agency and municipal partners.

Committee overview

Standing Committees AGC Joint Cooperative Committees
Affiliate Affairs ADOT/AGC
AGC/ARPA Asphalt Paving & Technical Alternative Project Delivery Methods
Apprenticeship And Craft Training PAG/AGC/TUCA Joint Cooperative
Union Labor Relations Prescott/Yavapai Joint Cooperative
Employment Practices
Safety Council

Affiliate Affairs: This committee, primarily comprised of chapter affiliate members, develops and maintains communication among contractor members and affiliated support industries and professionals. Special events and seminars are sponsored by the committee throughout the year to create networking opportunities for members.

AGC/ARPA Asphalt Paving and Technical Group:
This committee focuses on issues unique to this niche of the industry, including specifications and standards. The group has also developed and continues to update a chip seal best practices guide.

Safety Council: The Safety Committee develops and disseminates information about safety services and programs. The participants of this committee include chapter members, the State Mine Inspector, the Arizona Department of Public Safety, ADOT Vehicle Division, ADOSH, Arizona Public Services, SRP, Arizona Blue Stake, OSHA, Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), the Arizona Department of Weights and Measures, and Attorney General’s Office.

Union Labor Relations: This committee addresses labor issues for both open shop and union contractors.

AGC/ADOT Joint Cooperative: Through this committee chapter members, Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) staff and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) have a forum to discuss issues and resolve problems.

PAG/AGC/TUCA Joint Cooperative: This committee provides an opportunity for members, city personnel, utilities and other interested agencies to discuss issues and resolve problems. Participants include employees from the City of Tucson, Pima County Highway Department, Pima County Wastewater Management, ADOT, Tucson Electric Power Company, Southwest Gas and U.S. West Communications.

Prescott/Yavapai Joint Cooperative: A forum to discuss issues and resolve problems is provided for AGC members and staff from the City of Prescott, Town of Chino Valley, Town of Prescott Valley and Yavapai County.

Apprenticeship and Craft Training: Establish policy, procedure and curriculum for the open shop apprenticeship program.

Alternative Project Delivery Methods: Committee works to serve as forum to address APDM related issues, interact with owners and brainstorm alternatives to enhance and improve the process.

Employment Practices: The purpose of this committee is to address issues and become a central source of information on Employment Practice matters that affect the construction industry.

Environmental Professionals Council: This Council meets to discuss updated new regulations, changes in current policies, and standards & rules, as well as changes in air quality.