The mission of Mississippi Valley AGC is uniquely focused on federal flood control and navigation work on the Mississippi River and its tributaries.
Benefits of Membership
The AGC of America Bookstore has a wide variety of industry publications available for purchase many of which may be downloaded from the Bookstore website. Read More »
AGC of America’s Member Discount Program provides greater member value in the form of member discounts with 20 participating companies. Read More »
Registration is now open for the 2015 Branch Annual Meeting to be held July 8 - 10 at the Grand Marriott in Pt. Clear, Alabama. We are planning a Silent Auction which should be lots of fun. As usual, we will have recreational activities to include a fishing tournament, 5K Walk/Run, and a golf tournament, all to benefit the Bruce Tucker Memorial Scholarship Trust. To register, click on the following link: https://eventbrite.com/event/16755003667/. Room reservations may be made by calling the Grand Marriott at (800) 544-9933 and requesting the the Mississippi Valley AGC Group Room Block or MIVMIVA.Read More »
At the AGC of America 2015 Annual Meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico President Al Landes and CEO Stephen Sandherr presented AGC of America's 2014 Annual Report. The Annual Report presented the status of important parts of the industry such as Developing the Workforce, Fighting Red Tape and Improving Infrastructure. The presentation of the Annual Report was accompanied by a video on the importance of AGC membership which featured Branch President Phyllis Harden, Branch Vice President-at-Large Jonathan Kernion and Past Branch President Scott McGeorge. To view the video, click on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vexdFkeZSs/.Read More »
Mr. Chad Hymas, nationally known and recognized motivational speaker, spoke at the Safety Awards Luncheon during the 2015 Mississippi Valley Construction Roundtable. Mr. Hymas spoke of helping others and thinking of others especially family, being willing to reach out in awkward moments to prevent an accident or address a hazard, and thinking of accident consequences to others than yourself such as family, co-workers, and employees. His motivational techniques were very effective. He concluded remarks by sharing the awful experience of the accident that left him a quadriplegic at age 27 and, on an upbeat note, sharing the experiences of attending his sons' basketball games.Read More »