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Nearly 90 years of experience representing the interests of the construction industry in Arizona.

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AZAGC

Welcome to the Arizona Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America (AZAGC) website. The purpose of this website is to serve as a tool and resource for AZAGC members, public policy decision makers, business leaders and the general public. Please take a moment to check us out.

AZAGC is Arizona’s oldest and most influential not-for-profit association of general contractors, subcontractors, and other construction industry affiliated firms engaged in highway, heavy, industrial and municipal-utility construction.

ADVOCACY

We believe working with elected officials on industry issues is the key to success for the future of construction.

Our members benefit from AZAGC’s active participation in the legislative process at the local, state and federal levels affecting economic and infrastructure development. AZAGC originates and coordinates support for bills favorable to the industry, while also opposing unfavorable legislation. During legislative session, weekly updates on current legislation are sent to members through email alerts and updates to our website.

virtual training

Erosion Control Coordinator Refresher Course

The objective of this comprehensive 6 hour training class to renew your certification as an Erosion Control Coordinator (ECC) by updating you on the new ADEQ regulatory and ADOT specific requirements.  It is designed to improve your overall knowledge and effectiveness in reducing storm water pollution.

Important Updates

News

Addressing the Urban/Rural Divide in Road Maintenance

We need to maintain our roads to protect our families and the people we care about. Safe and well-maintained roads prevent collisions and ensure that our loved ones can safely get to school, work, church, or other places. They also let us spend less time stuck in traffic and more time with our family.

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Inadequate Funding for Rural Roads Detrimental to Economic Development.

The testimony from rural representatives laid bare the dismal state of local roads and the immense toll that deferred maintenance has on rural Arizona’s ability to compete for new jobs and economic development opportunities – furthering the urban rural divide that plagues much of the America today and American politics in general.

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upcoming Events

March ECC 16-Hour Course

Mar 30 - Mar 31, 2021
7:00 a.m. • Training • Member Cost $450 • Non-Member Cost $450
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May ECC 16-Hour Course

May 19 - May 20, 20201
7:00 a.m. • Training • Member Cost $450 • Non-Member Cost $450
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