AGC of Ohio 2021/2022
Membership Directory & Resource Guide
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ABOUT AGC OF OHIO The Associated General Contractors of Ohio is a commercial construction trade associ-ation governed and directed by building contractors. It is a full service AGC Chapter chartered by the Associated General Contractors of America, the oldest and largest national commercial construction trade association in the United States. The association has grown from a loose confederation of regional chapters into a prominent statewide association with seven divisions, boasting a membership of numerous general contractors, specialty contractors, suppliers and service providers to the construction industry. Since its establishment in 1970, AGC of Ohio has played a prominent role for commercial contractors. AGC of Ohio and its members strive to improve the industry by promoting fair practices, working with public and private owners to stimulate construction markets, and providing education services—all while upholding the core AGC principles of skill, responsibility and integrity. By offering a common voice for the industry, the opportunity to interact with peers and a vehicle for legislative and regulatory change, AGC of Ohio serves contractors and helps them collectively improve the commercial construction industry in Ohio.
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ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF OHIO 1755 Northwest Boulevard Columbus, OH 43212 Phone: (614) 486-6446 www.agcohio.com RICHARD J. HOBBS Executive Vice President ANDREA ASHLEY VP of Government Relations PARKER BROWN Education Foundation Director TAYLOR HOBBS Membership Services
ADVERTISER INDEX Acoustic Ceiling & Partition of Ohio ADMAR Supply Co., Inc. Anderzack-Pitzen Construction, Inc. Baker Concrete Construction, Inc. A.A. Boos & Sons, Inc. Boyd Watterson Asset Management Certitude Security S.A. Comunale Company, Inc. Ditch Witch Mid-States Donley's Dugan & Meyers LLC GBQ Partners LLC Gilbane Building Company Richard Goettle, Inc. Grout Systems, Inc. Infinity Construction Co., Inc. Kokosing Industrial, Inc. The Krill Co., Inc. Lakeside Interior Contractors, Inc.
AGC of Ohio’s Membership Directory & Resource Guide is an official publication of Associated General Contractors of Ohio. Statements and opinions expressed in this magazine are those of the respective contributors and do not necessarily represent the attitudes or opinions of AGC of Ohio, its membership or staff.
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Manning & Napier Marcum LLP McDonald Hopkins LLC Midwest Mole National Construction Rentals Norris Brothers Co., Inc. Ohio Operating Engineers Apprenticeship Precision Environmental Co. Rudolph Libbe Sedgwick TPA Sedgwick MCO Settle-Muter Electric, Ltd. Spieker Co., The Stone Products, Inc. Tele-Vac Environmental Tuttle Services, Inc./Touchstone CPM WAI Construction Group, LLC
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Glenna Keys Barb Burgie Burgie MediaFusion P. O. Box 1124 Worthington, OH 43085 Phone: (614) 273-0783 email@example.com 2021 All rights reserved. The contents of this publication may not be reproduced, in whole or in part, without prior written consent of Associated General Contractors of Ohio.
Steve Klinker, Dugan & Meyers LLC
ON THE JOB TRAINING. Thank goodness 2020 is in the rearview mirror. With the pandemic and tumult, it was a truly devastating year. I think now, we see a bright beacon of hope before us. Ohio’s construction industry was indeed fortunate to be deemed an essential service in early March last year. We could plow ahead, continue to build out projects and critical infrastructure while much of the nation and the construction industry was forced to shut down. In Ohio, we had a Governor who recognized the importance of this industry for the overall health of Ohio’s economy and needs.
Thank you, Governor Mike DeWine! It was not easy. Many surrounding states like Michigan and Pennsylvania were forced to shut down completely – went into lock-down mode. Confusion ran rampant throughout the industry. Rules, requirements, and safety protocols were changing daily as we dealt with this unknown and unseen predator known as COVID 19. Our friends, peers, associates, and family members were all dealing with this monster. Kids were not in school and entire industries shuttered for what initially was thought to be for a few weeks to “flatten the curve”. We all know how that played out. It was times like these that we should realize the importance of our association. Through it all, the AGC, on all levels, kept us informed with the best practices of safety, distancing, hygiene and ways to keep building all the while keeping our six feet intervals of one another. Somehow, we got through it! I was never a big proponent of what we all know now as Zoom. In our business, it is hands-on and face-to-face – dealing with people often with a handshake. This new way of conducting business is probably here to stay, but I long for the “old days”. I do not know how many “Podcast” calls and conferences I took part of in the past year. I have learned to be more patient with responses and my tendency to “walk on” or speak over a colleague in these wondrous electronic and virtual meetings. Somehow, we survived and even managed to flourish. I feel we all owe our AGC affiliation a debt of gratitude for their considerable assistance. Remember, this was new to everyone. There was no “How to Survive a Pandemic” book or manual yet written. We all had on the job training during 2020. I am very proud of our industry and I look forward to return to some degree of normalcy!
Join your fellow AGC members in warm and sunny Aruba from March 5-11, 2022 for the annual AGC of Ohio Convention at the Renaissance Ocean Suites. 6
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Richard Hobbs, AGC of Ohio
LOOKING FORWARD. 2021 promises to be a year of moving forward. Forward from the past year of pandemic panic and complete industries being shut down. Forward as the scientific communities continue to increase production and efficacy of the COVID 19 vaccine for our nation’s use. Forward as inoculations exceed the million per day mark. Forward as we witness the end of the global pandemic! Like many of you, last year was tough to deal with, but we made it! At AGC of Ohio, we moved into a more remote mode with most of the staff working from home. All meetings were held via teleconference or online technology. All board meetings were also held virtually. Build Ohio was postponed until this year. The event is scheduled for November 5th at the Hilton at Easton in Columbus. And, to ensure no one is left out from the delay, members may submit eligible projects completed over the past two years into the awards program. Learn more about entering projects at agcohio.com/buildohioaward. Our state convention was originally scheduled for Aruba in March this year. This event also was rescheduled, now being held March 5-11, 2022 at the same location, Marriott’s Renaissance Aruba Resort. Additional information and registration info will be sent to members this fall. AGC of Ohio’s leadership terms were also extended for an additional year. This means Steve Klinker (Dugan & Meyers, Cincinnati) will serve two years in his position of President, as are the rest of the Executive leadership team—Ray Benjamin (1st VP, Lathrop/Turner Construction); Josh Corna (2nd VP, Continental Building); Mark Muter (Treasurer, Settle Muter Electric); Tom Muraski (Ex Officio, Kokosing Industrial) and JD Flaherty (Deputy Treasurer, Construction Systems). AGC of Ohio is as financially sound as it has ever been. We were quite fortunate to avoid the calamities that impacted other organizations in the past year. Our membership remains solid and growing. AGC of Ohio holds the Ohio Building Chapter Charter for AGC of America. AGC of America was vital to ensuring a continued flow of relevant information to AGC chapters and our members throughout the past year. The role of the National AGC and the organization’s continued support of chapters like AGC of Ohio for information and representation can never be repaid. National AGC was and is one of the most important organizations that we could ever support. We look forward to continuing to present positive and tangible information as the industry moves onward in our construction mission. Thank you for your participation and continued support!
The annual convention provides contractors the opportunity to build business relationships with other contractors from all over the state of Ohio as well as learn about topical issues for the Ohio commercial construction industry. More information and registration materials will be posted this fall on the AGC of Ohio website, www.agcohio.com. 7
AGC OF OHIO LEADERSHIP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE PRESIDENT Steve Klinker Dugan & Meyers LLC
Tom Agresta, Eclipse Co., LLC
Joe DeSalvo, DeSalvo Construction Joe DiGeronimo, Precision Environmental Richard Farr, Baker Shared Services Brian Geffe, Mosser Construction, Inc.
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT Ray Benjamin Turner Construction Company
Andy Goetz, Shook Construction Co. Chris Halapy, Shook Construction Co. Arthur Lindrose, The Bolton Pratt Co. Phil Neumann, Universal Contracting Corp. Brady Oaks, Infinity Construction
SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT Josh Corna Continental Building Company
Kyle Rooney, Turner Construction Jeff Schaller, Rudolph Libbe Jim Smith, Elford, Inc. Brent Stechschulte, Tuttle Construction Paul Supelak, The Ruhlin Co.
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT Tom Muraski Kokosing Industrial, Inc.
Rob Verst, Messer Construction
DIVISION MANAGERS Aaron Hall Akron Division
TREASURER Mark Muter Settle Muter Electric
DEPUTY TREASURER J. D. Flaherty Construction Systems
Richard Hobbs Central Ohio Division Jordan Vogel Cincinnati Division Tim Linville Cleveland Division Joshua Hughes Toledo Division Randall Fox Dayton Division
Kevin Reilly Youngstown Division
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Josh Corna, Continental Building Co. EDUCATION FOUNDATION & WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
Brent Stechschulte, Tuttle Construction LEGISLATIVE Tim Galvin, Brexton Construction, LLC Jeff Schaller, Rudolph Libbe POLITICAL ACTION Ray Benjamin, Turner Construction PROJECT DELIVERY SYSTEMS Grant Hesser, PDSC Corp. SAFETY William Powell, III, Donley Concrete
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AGC OF OHIO LEADERSHIP (Continued)
1970—T. C. Fitzpatrick, Elford, Inc. 1971—E. Grant Hesser, Chas. V. Maescher & Co., Inc. 1972—William A. Ferris, Ferris Construction 1973—Lavon Detwiler, Knowlton 1974—Francis R. Dugan, Dugan & Meyer Interests, Inc. 1975—B. L. Parker, McKinnon Parker 1976—Loran Poff, Messer Construction Co. 1977—Albert L. Culbertson, Dunbar 1978—Frederick W. Rudolph, Rudolph Libbe, Inc. 1979—Howard F. Miller, Carmichael Construction 1980—John Gibson, Sr., Jack Gibson Construction Co. 1981—Kenneth Smith, Danis Building Construction Co. 1982—Thomas A. Kerr, Industrial Construction Co., Inc. 1983—Charles E. Fry, Fry Construction 1984—James J. Neumann, Universal Contracting Corp. 1985—Charles Ruhlin, The Ruhlin Co. 1986—Mel Lazerick, Cleveland Trinidad Paving Co. 1987—Ralph F. Setterlin, Jr., Setterlin Construction Co. 1988—Alfred C. Berndsen, Messer Construction Co. 1989—James E. Walsh, Miller-Valentine Construction 1990—Kurt Schmitt, Lincoln Construction, Inc. 1991—Anthony M. Panzica, Panzica Construction Co. 1992—Vincent M. Corrado, Shook Construction Co. 1993—Robert D. Seeger, Rudolph Libbe, Inc. 1994—Peter S. Strange, Messer Construction Co. 1995—Richard T. Lombardi, Turner Construction Co. 1996—Robert H. Moyer, Mosser Construction, Inc. 1997—Ron Cochran, Kokosing Construction Co., Inc. 1998—Clyde Rauch, Tuttle Construction, Inc. 1999—J.D. Flaherty, Jr., Construction Systems, Inc. 2000—John Arsena, Acme Arsena Co., Inc. 2001—Dennis Phillips, Baker Concrete Construction Co. 2002—Mark Corna, Corna Kokosing Construction Co. 2003—William Whistler, Shook Building Group 2004—William Bostleman, Bostleman Corp. 2005—James Fenske, The Knoch Corporation 2006—Gary Haas, Rudolph Libbe, Inc. 2007—Tim Galvin, Brexton Construction 2008—Charles Izzo, Infinity Construction 2009—Don Dreier, Donley’s, Inc. 2010—Joe Kovalseki, The Lathrop Co. 2011—Michael Deiwert, The Ruhlin Co. 2012—Timothy Beischel, R.J. Beischel Building Co. 2013—Paul Crow, Tuttle Construction, Inc. 2014—Ed Sellers, OCP Contractors 2015—Rob Setterlin, R. W. Setterlin Building Company 2016—Mike Jirele, Lincoln Construction, Inc. 2017—Mark Muter, Settle Muter Electric, Ltd. 2018—Mark Panzica, Panzica Construction Co. 2019—Tom Muraski, Kokosing Industrial, Inc. 2020—Steve Klinker, Dugan & Meyers LLC
Education & Workforce Development Committee (meets
at least annually): Develops and implements initiatives that promote the construction industry and construction as a career. The committee administers and guides the AGC of Ohio Education Foundation scholarship program. Committee members have the opportunity to be on the Scholarship Selection Panel and are engaged in I Build America-Ohio.
Build Ohio Committee (usually meets annually): Provides
guidance for and makes recommendations regarding AGC of Ohio’s annual Build Ohio Celebration gala and accompanying awards program.
HR/EEO/DBE Committee (meets on as needed basis): The
Human Resources/Equal Opportunity/Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (HR/EEO/DBE) Committee engages on human resources related matters including EEO/DBE at the state level, and advises the Board of Directors on issues in this area. This committee meets periodically with administrators or the state’s Equal Opportunity Division to discuss AGC’s issues and concerns, and works with other construction associations on such matters.
Environmental Taskforce (meets on an as-needed basis):
Monitors the regulatory activities of Ohio's Environmental Protection Agency and provides guidance to the association, the Board of Directors and AGC of Ohio members on environmental issues.
Legislative Committee (meets on an as-needed basis): Monitors
state legislative and administrative activity, and advises the Board of Directors on them. Working with other construction associations, the committee also helps formulate association positions on issues and propose legislation.
Project Delivery Systems Committee (meets on an as-needed
basis): deals with issues related to methods of construction, and advises the board of directors on these issues. It works with state officials on construction documents and contracting issues and with other construction associations on matters of mutual concern. It also provides input on legislation related to construction delivery systems.
Safety Committee (usually meets quarterly): Its primary
purposes are education, advocacy and networking. Advises the Board of Directors on these issues. Meetings include a roundtable discussion about a variety of safety and health topics and issues, as well as some sort of educational program geared toward safety professionals.
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AGC OFFICES BUILDING CHAPTER AGC OF OHIO
1755 Northwest Boulevard Columbus, OH 43212 (614) 486-6446 www.agcohio.com Richard Hobbs , Executive Vice President
HIGHWAY CHAPTER OHIO CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION 1313 Dublin Road Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 488-0724 www.ohiocontractors.org Chris Runyan, President
NATIONAL CHAPTER AGC OF AMERICA
2300 Wilson Blvd, Suite 300 Arlington, VA 22201 (703) 548-3118 www.agc.org Stephen E. Sandherr, CEO
OHIO AGC DIVISIONS AGC OF AKRON
Association (fka "Building Trades Employers Association"), the original intent of maintaining "the closest possible cooperation and coordination in negotiating labor agreements and in other matters affecting the industry" has been upheld in Greater Cleveland. The AGC Cleveland Chapter was formed in 1921, while CEA was formed in 1916 and each has faithfully advocated member interests over the many years since.
2181 Akron Peninsula Road Akron, OH 44313 (330) 237-1885 www.akron-agc.com Aaron Hall, Executive Director AGC Akron Division serves general contractors and construction managers in the Akron/Canton region. AGC Akron continues to support disabled veterans, fire fighters, police officers, and construction workers through various fund raisers over the course of the year. AGC Akron helps those who protect our freedom and our families.
AGC OF NORTHWEST OHIO
1845 Collingwood Boulevard Toledo, OH 43604 (419) 241-2907 www.agcnwo.com Joshua Hughes, CEO
CENTRAL OHIO AGC
1755 Northwest Boulevard Columbus, OH 43212 (614) 486-6446 www.centralohioagc.com Richard Hobbs, President
The AGC of Northwest Ohio is a full service trade association for commercial and industrial contractors. The AGC negotiates and administers 15 labor contracts in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan, provides direct oversight to multiple apprenticeship programs, and administers numerous labor/management cooperation committees. From labor relations to safety and political advocacy, the AGC of NW Ohio is committed to the needs of its members and the industry as a whole.
Central Ohio AGC was first created in 1937 and called the Building Trades Employers’ Association of Columbus. In 1956, the organization became associated with AGC and renamed the Central Ohio Chapter, AGC. To help open the door for the creation of AGC of Ohio, the association gave up its chapter designation in 1969, becoming the Central Ohio AGC Division. At the time, Central Ohio AGC’s primary focus was collective bargaining, and members assigned bargaining rights to all unions that negotiated with AGC, regardless of whether the companies use of those trades.
WEST CENTRAL OHIO AGC
3541 Dayton-Xenia Road Beavercreek, OH 45430 (937) 604-4476 www.agcofdayton.com Randall Fox, Executive Director
The West Central Ohio Division of AGC is a commercial trade association governed and directed by its contractor members. The membership is comprised of the top general and specialty contractors in fifteen counties in the Dayton/Lima area.
Allied Construction Industries 3 Kovach Drive Cincinnati, OH 45215 (513) 221-8020 www.aci-construction.org Jordan Vogel, Executive Director
Established in 1951, the West Central Ohio Division of AGC, the voice of the construction industry, is an organization of qualified construction contractors and industry related companies. West Central Ohio Division of AGC exists as an association to promote SKILL, INTEGRITY, and RESPONSIBILITY in the construction industry.
Allied Construction Industries (ACI) is a non-profit trade association comprised of 500 member companies who employ more than 25,000 individuals throughout Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Southeastern Indiana. Founded in 1929, ACI’s membership includes union and open shop general contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, developers, material suppliers, and service providers to the construction industry. ACI serves as an umbrella to seven division associations, including the Cincinnati Division of the AGC of Ohio.
1372 Youngstown-Kingsville Road Vienna, OH 44473 (330) 539-6050 www.thebuildersonline.com Kevin Reilly, Executive Vice President The Builders Association represents approximately 150 employers in all types of construction and allied fields. Its members are the major employers of approximately 7,000 building tradesmen in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana Counties in Ohio and in Lawrence and Mercer Counties in Pennsylvania. Created in 1970, the association negotiates 17 building trade agreements, and offers numerous other services to its members. The Builders Association houses the Youngstown Division, AGC.
Construction Employers Association 950 Keynote Circle, Suite 10 Cleveland, OH 44131 (216) 398-9860 www.ceacisp.org Tim Linville, CEO Since the "Associated General Contractors of America, Inc., Cleveland Chapter" (fka "General Contractors Association of Cleveland") formally affiliated with Construction Employers
ABOUT MEMBERSHIP 25+ YEARS MEMBERS
AGC of Ohio’s membership consists of general contractors, subcontractors, and service providers and suppliers. The association is involved in a wide spectrum of construction-related activities: government affairs, economic development, labor relations (servicing collective bargaining and open shop employers), building code, construction safety, group workers’ compensation, EEO and human resources, education, protecting the integrity of the marketplace, workforce development, and more.
A & A Construction, Inc. - Member since 1995 Assured Partners - Member since 1990 Baker Concrete Construction - Member since 1978 R. J. Beischel Building Co. - Member since 1970 The Bolton Pratt Co. - Member since 1970 A. A. Boos & Sons, Inc. - Member since 1996 Sedgwick / CareworksComp - Member since 1990 Chubb Group of Insurance Companies - Member since 1992 Ciuni & Panichi, Inc. - Member since 1996 Columbus State Community College - Member since 1990 Connell, Inc. - Member since 1994 Construction Systems, Inc. - Member since 1985 Corna Kokosing Construction Co. - Member since 1985 Danis Building Construction Co. - Member since 1970 Donley’s Inc. - Member since 1972 Dugan & Meyers Construction Co. - Member since 1970 Elford, Inc. - Member since 1970 Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. - Member since 1978 Gilbane Building Co. - Member since 1978 Richard Goettle, Inc. - Member since 1990 The Albert M. Higley Co. - Member since 1970 Hummel Construction - Member since 1990 Independence Excavating, Inc. - Member since 1978 Kokosing Construction Co., Inc. - Member since 1983 The Krill Co., Inc. - Member since 1970 The Lathrop Co., Inc. - Member since 1974 Lincoln Construction, Inc. - Member since 1983 Marsh & McClellan - Member since 1978 McKee Door Sales, Inc. - Member since 1991 Messer Construction Co.- Member since 1970 Monarch Construction Co. - Member since 1970 Mosser Construction, Inc. - Member since 1985 Panzica Construction Co. - Member since 1977 Parks Drilling Co., Inc. - Member since 1995 Precision Environmental Co. - Member since 1994 Pritchett, Dlusky, Saxe & Keller, Ltd. - Member since 1990 Rien Construction - Member since 1996 Rudolph/Libbe, Inc. - Member since 1970 The Ruhlin Co. - Member since 1976 Schnabel Foundation Company - Member since 1990 Charles Schulz Building Co., Inc. - Member since 1990 Setterlin Building Co. - Member since 1970 Shook Construction - Member since 1970 C. T. Taylor Construction - Member since 1990 Trisco Systems, Inc. - Member since 1990 Turner Construction Co. - Member since 1971 Tuttle Services, Inc. - Member since 1971 Universal Contracting Corp. - Member since 1970 Welty Building Company, Ltd. - Member since 1972
Providing a unified voice, AGC pulls contractors—large and small, open shop and union—from all regions of the state together for one common goal: to improve the commercial construction industry. AGC members have the opportunity to “rub shoulders” with the best in construction, opening up new horizons and business opportunities. AGC provides a forum to exchange information, helping members raise the bar and obtain unique perspectives that can be applied to their business. AGC of Ohio membership also includes the added value of belonging to AGC of America. Members are encouraged to take advantage of services provided at the state national levels. Learn more what AGC can do for you. Visit www.agc.org or www.agcohio.com
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR MEMBERSHIP! • • • • • • • • • •
Attend a program or event Subscribe to complimentary AGC publications Enter into an AGC-sponsored awards program Take advantage of an AGC discount program or service Contact AGC about an industry issue Support AGC of Ohio PAC Provide feedback on legislation impacting the construction industry Participate on an AGC committee Endow an AGC of Ohio Education Foundation scholarship or make a contribution Market your company by sponsoring an event or advertising in AGC of Ohio publications
MEMBERSHIP IS DIVIDED INTO THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS: A general contractor member is any individual, firm or corporation by agreement with another party undertakes to execute work of construction in its entirety and at least in part with his or her own construction forces. This includes traditional general contractors, as well as construction managers and design-build firms. Specialty contractors are considered Associate Members. They are individuals, firms or corporations whose activities are directly related to the construction industry, who have mutual labormanagement problems, and who employ personnel directly connected with the construction industry. Affiliate members, engage principally in the manufacture and/or sale of materials, equipment, and/or services used by companies engaged in construction, such as accountants, auto dealers, engineers, equipment manufacturers, lawyers, etc.
Westfield Insurance Company - Member since 1990
MEMBERSHIP SERVICES PUBLICATIONS
AGC of Ohio has a comprehensive governmental affairs program coordinated through AGC’s Board of Directors and committees. AGC of Ohio lobbies and educates the state legislature and other elected officials about business and construction-related issues, either alone or in conjunction with other business associations, and works with state agencies on issues of concern to AGC of Ohio members. The association has a political action committee called AGC of Ohio Action that raises money to assist legislators and candidates for statewide office who support contractors and AGC’S positions on issues affecting the commercial building industry.
AWARDS PROGRAMS AGC of Ohio’s Build Ohio has grown to be Ohio’s most recognizable commercial building awards program. Member companies enter completed projects in one of five categories. Winning projects receive the prestigious bronze and green marble Build Ohio award and are recognized during the Build Ohio Celebration gala. Two safety awards programs are held annually to recognize contractors’ safety efforts. The Construction Safety Excellence Awards recognizes contractors for their overall safety program; and the National AGC Safety Awards program awards Certificates of Commendation for low incidence rates. AGC of Ohio’s Pinnacle Award for Lifetime Achievement distinguishes those that remain active in AGC of Ohio long after serving a direct leadership role. Only four have been presented to date.
BUSINESS RESOURCES AGC provides wide variety of resources to assist in companies’ day-to-day business and address specific construction issues as they arise. Some include labor law posters, Project Delivery Systems Guide, construction-related publications, legal and regulatory information, etc. AGC of Ohio has negotiated special discounts and services with select member benefit companies, including: Sedgwick; Enterprise; GM Fleet; National Purchasing Partners; Ohio Construction Connection. Many other discount programs are available through AGC of America.
EDUCATION Through nationally developed programs delivered directly by AGC of America to those offered through AGC’s network of chapters and member firms, AGC’s education programs and training resources address core topics essential to any construction professional and company
PROJECT DELIVERY SYSTEMS AGC of Ohio addresses issues related to methods of construction. The association works with state officials on construction documents and contracting and with other construction associations on issues of mutual concern.
AGC of Ohio publishes three electronic newsletters regularly: Building Ohio , Safety Update and Government Affairs Update. Building Ohio covers AGC of Ohio and member news, AGC of America information and other matters of interest to commercial contractors. Safety Update informs members of safety-related news, including OSHA regulatory and enforcement activities, construction safety tips and advice, equipment recalls, and AGC of Ohio safety meetings and event notices. Government Affairs Update provides information about AGC of Ohio’s advocacy efforts and regulatory and governmental issues of interest to the commercial building industry. The printed Build Ohio Preview recognizes the efforts of Ohio contractors and those entered in AGC of Ohio’s Build Ohio awards competition. AGC of Ohio also publishes a Membership Directory & Resource Guide annually. AGC of America newsletters cover a broad range of topics, some of which are available exclusively to members only. For more information, visit www.agc.org/news/newsletter. In addition, the AGC of Ohio website, www.agcohio.com, is an informational resource for industry issues and news, as well as AGC of Ohio efforts, programs and events. AGC of Ohio also sends informative bulletins and updates on a variety of construction-related topics.
AGC of Ohio provides advocacy on safety and workers’ compensation-related issues, as well as networking opportunities and educational programs for construction safety professionals. AGC also provides safety resources for contractors and collaborates with other industry groups on construction safety and health initiatives.
Four major annual events bring a large number of contractors from all over Ohio together: AGC of Ohio’s annual convention, which usually takes place in a warm, exotic locale; the Build Ohio Celebration that honors the accomplishments of the commercial construction industry and recognizes excellence in construction; a Safety Luncheon that honors companies’ safety achievements; and a golf outing that benefits the AGC of Ohio Scholarship Fund.
WORKERS’ COMPENSATION PROGRAM
Administered by Sedgwick, the AGC of Ohio Group Workers’ Compensation Program saves companies a significant amount of money on their workers’ compensation premiums.
HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR AGC MEMBERSHIP
GET STARTED Complete your member proﬁle
Engage colleagues and employees
GET CONNECTED Download the ConstructorCast podcast
Follow AGC of America on social media
Download the AGC Connection mobile app
GET SAVE INFORMED MONEY Join us at a live event or virtual WebEd
Enroll in an educational or training opportunity
Apply for an award
Take advantage of a member-only discount
GET GET RECOGNIZED INVOLVED Become a construction advocate and make your voice heard
Volunteer and connect with AGC members across the country
LEARN MORE AT AGC.ORG/BENEFITS All full dues-paying AGC of Ohio members belong to Associated General Contractors of America. For more information visit www.agc.org. The following membership listing includes full dues-paying Associated General Contractors of Ohio members. It does not include those hundreds of firms associated with AGC through the industry advancement programs, affinity programs or seven operating divisions. 16
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DeSalvo Construction Company 1491 West Liberty Hubbard, OH 44425 www.dccgc.com
Knoch Corporation 1015 Schneider St SE North Canton, OH 44720 www.knochcorp.com
Peterson Industrial Inc. 18817 State Route 501 N Wapakoneta, OH 45895 www.petersonconstructionco.com
The Austin Company 6095 Parkland Blvd Cleveland, OH 44124 www.theaustin.com
The Dotson Co., Inc. 6848 Providence St Whitehouse, OH 43571 www.dotsoncompany.com
Kokosing Industrial, Inc. 6235 Westerville Rd Ste 200 Westerville, OH 43081 www.kokosingindustrial.com
Rien Construction 6985 Grove Street Brookfield, OH 44403 www.rienconstruction.com
R. J. Beischel Building Company 5655 Center Hill Ave Cincinnati, OH 45232 www.beischel.com
Dugan & Meyers LLC 8740 Orion Pl Ste 220 Columbus, OH 43240 www.dugan-meyers.com
The Krill Co., Inc. 1275 Main Ave Cleveland, OH 44113 www.krill.com
Rudolph Libbe, Inc. 6494 Latcha Rd Walbridge, OH 43465 www.rlgbuilds.com
The Bolton Pratt Co. 271 Alpha Park Highland Heights, OH 44143 www.boltonpratt.com
Dugan & Meyers LLC 11110 Kenwood Rd Cincinnati, OH 45242 www.dugan-meyers.com
The Ruhlin Co. 6931 Ridge Rd Sharon Center, OH 44274 www.ruhlin.com
A. A. Boos & Sons, Inc. 2015 Pickle Rd Oregon, OH 43616 www.aaboos.com
Eclipse Co., LLC 11554 E Washington St Chagrin Falls, OH 44023 www.eclipsecollc.com
The Lathrop Co. 28 N St. Clair St Ste 200 Toledo, OH 43604 www.turnerconstruction.com/ lathrop
Brexton Construction, LLC 1123 Goodale Blvd Ste 500 Columbus, OH 43212 www.brextonllc.com Cavanaugh Building Corporation /DTJ Enterprises, Inc. 1744 Collier Rd Akron, OH 44320 www.cavanaughbuilding.com Continental Building Company 150 E Broad St Columbus, OH 43215 www.builtbycontinental.com Corna Kokosing Construction Co. 6245 Westerville Rd Westerville, OH 43081 www.corna.com Danis Building Construction 50 E-Business Way Ste 400 Cincinnati, OH 45241 www.danis.com Danis Building Construction 2715 Tuller Pkwy Dr #100 Dublin, OH 43017 www.danis.com Danis Building Construction 3233 Newmark Dr Miamisburg, OH 45342 www.danis.com The Delventhal Co. 3796 Rockland Circle Millbury, OH 43447 www.thedelventhalco.com
Liberty Construction Services 7997 Fosnaugh School Rd Stoutsville, OH 43154 www.libertycsi.com Lincoln Construction, Inc. 4790 Shuster Rd Columbus, OH 43214 www.lincolnconstruction.com
Elford, Inc. 1220 Dublin Rd Columbus, OH 43215 www.elford.com
Messer Construction Co. 2495 Langdon Farm Rd Cincinnati, OH 45237 www.messer.com
Gilbane Building Co. 145 E Rich St 4th Fl Columbus, OH 43215 www.gilbaneco.com Granger Construction Company 400 LaValle Rd Ste 18A Columbus, OH 43240 www.grangerconstruction.com Great Lakes Construction Co. 2608 Great Lakes Way Hinckley, OH 44233 www.GreatLakesWay.com Hummel Construction 127 E Main St. Ravenna, OH 44266 www.hummelconstruction.com The Albert M. Higley Co., LLC 3636 Euclid Ave Cleveland, OH 44115 www.amhigley.com Infinity Construction Company 18440 Cranwood Pkwy Warrensville Heights, OH 43128 www.infinityconstruction.com Jostin Construction, Inc. 2335 Florence Ave Cincinnati, OH 43206 www.jostinconstruction.com
Messer Construction Co. 3705 Business Park Dr Columbus, OH 43204 www.messer.com Messer Construction Co. 4801 Hempstead Station Dr Dayton, OH 45429 www.messer.com Monarch Construction Co. 1654 Sherman Ave Cincinnati, OH 45212 www.monarchconstruction.cc Mosser Construction Inc. 1613 Henthorne Dr Maumee, OH 43537 www.mosserconstruction.com Mosser Construction, Inc. 122 S Wilson Ave Fremont, OH 43420 www.mosserconstruction.com Panzica Construction Co. 739 Beta Dr Mayfield Village, OH 44143 www.panzica.com
Charles Schulz Building Co., Inc. 4519 Brookpark Rd Parma, OH 44134 www.cschulzbuilding.com Setterlin Building Company 560 Harmon Ave Columbus, OH 43223 www.setterlin.com Shook Construction Co. 2000 W Dorothy Lane Moraine, OH 45439 www.shookconstruction.com Shook Construction Co. 2000 W Dorothy Moraine, OH 45439 www.shookconstruction.com Smith Construction Group, Inc. 731 North Orchard Lane Beavercreek, OH 45434 www.smithconstructiongroup.us Smoot Construction Company 1907 Leonard Ave Columbus, OH 43219 www.srsmoot.com
Turner Construction Company 250 W Court St, Ste 300 Cincinnati, OH 45202 www.turnerconstruction.com Turner Construction Company 1422 Euclid Ave Ste 200 Cleveland, OH 44114 www.turnerconstruction.com/Cleveland
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Turner Construction Company 262 Hanover St Columbus, OH 43215 www.turnerconstruction.com Tuttle Services Inc. & Related Subsidiaries 880 Shawnee Rd Lima, OH 45805 www.tuttlenet.com www.touchstonecpm.com Universal Contracting Corp. 5151 Fishwick Dr Cincinnati, OH 45216 www.unicon.cc
Velocity Construction Services, LLC 399 Venture Dr Ste E Lewis Center, OH 43035-9520 www.velocityconstcorp.com WAI Construction Group LLC 1571 Shyville Rd Piketon, OH 45661 www.buildwithwai.com Welty Building Company, Ltd. 3421 Ridgewood Rd Ste 200 Fairlawn, OH 44333 www.thinkwelty.com Wise Construction Co. Inc. 1705 Guenther Rd Dayton, OH 45417 www.wisecompanies.net
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All Crane Rental Corporation 683 Oakland Park Ave Columbus, OH 43224 www.allcrane.com All Erection & Crane Rental Corp 4700 Acorn Dr Independence, OH 44131 www.allcrane.com
Richard Goettle, Inc. 12071 Hamilton Ave Cincinnati, OH 45231 www.goettle.com
Arsena Construction Company 463-14 Antler Point Aurora, OH 44202
Grout Systems, Inc. 505 E Bergey Street Wadsworth, OH 44281 www.grout-systems.net
Baker Concrete Construction, Inc. 990 N Main St Monroe, OH 45050 www.bakerconcrete.com Howard L. Bowers Contracting 324 Two Ridge Rd Wintersville, OH 43953 www.bowerscontracting.net Charles Construction Services, Inc. 811 E Bigelow Ave Findlay, OH 45840 www.charlesinc.com S. A. Comunale Co., Inc. 2900 New Park Dr Barberton, OH 44203 www.sacomunale.com Connell, Inc. 464 Andrews Ave Youngstown, OH 44505 Construction Systems Inc. 2865 E 14th Ave Columbus, OH 43219 www.consysohio.com Danbert Contractors 8077 Memorial Dr Plain City, OH 43064 www.danbertinc.com
Limbach Company, LLC 822 Cleveland Ave Columbus, OH 43201 www.limbachinc.com
Settle Muter Electric, Ltd. 711 Claycraft Road Columbus, OH 43230 www.settlemuter.com
Frank Lucco Company, Inc. 760 E Glenwood Ave Akron, OH 44310
C. T. Taylor Co., Inc. 5802 Akron-Cleveland Rd Hudson, OH 44236 www.cttaylor.com
OCP Contractors 21863 Aurora Rd Bedford Heights, OH 44146 www.ocpcoc.com OCP Contractors 370 N. Eureka Ave. Columbus, OH 43204 www.ocpcoc.com
Independence Excavating, Inc. 5720 E Schaaf Rd Independence, OH 44131 www.indexc.com Industrial Power Systems, Inc. 146 Dixie Highway Rossford, OH 43460 www.ipscontractor.com Jones-Schlater Flooring, LLC 57 Klema Dr N Reynoldsburg, OH 43068 PH: 740 - 964-7000 www.jonesschlaterflooring.com
OCP Contractors 1740 Commerce Road Holland, OH 43528 www.ocpcoc.com OK Interiors Corp. 11100 Ashburn Rd Cincinnati, OH 45240 www.okinteriors.com Parks Drilling Co., Inc. 5745 Avery Rd Dublin, OH 43016 www.parksdrilling.com
Lang Masonry & Restoration Contractors 405 Watertown Rd Waterford, OH 45786 www.langmasonry.com
Precision Environmental Co. 5500 Old Brecksville Rd Independence, OH 44131 www.precision-env.com Reitter Stucco 1100 King Ave Columbus, OH 43212 www.reitterstucco.com
TP Mechanical Contractors 1500 Kemper Meadow Dr Cincinnati, OH 45240 www.tpmechanical.com TP Mechanical Contractors 2130 Franklin Rd Columbus, OH 43209 www.tpmechanical.com Trisco Systems, Inc. 2000 Baty Road Lima, OH 45807 www.triscosystems.com Valley Interior Systems, Inc. 19551 N Dixie Highway Bowling Green, OH 43402 www.visohio.com Valley Interior Systems, Inc. 2203 Fowler Street Cincinnati, OH 45206 www.visohio.com
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Team Fishel 1366 Dublin Road Columbus, OH 43215 www.teamfishel.com
Valley Interior Systems, Inc. 3840 Fisher Rd Columbus, OH 43228 www.visohio.com Valley Interior Systems, Inc. 2760 Thunderhawk Ct Dayton, OH 45414 www.visohio.com
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Hylant 811 Madison Ave Toledo, OH 43606 www.hylant.com
Pritchett, Dlusky, Saxe & Keller 1621 W First Ave Columbus, OH 43212 www.pdskcpa.com
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Hylant 565 Metro Place S, Ste 450 Dublin, OH 43017 www.hylant.com
Sedgwick TPA 5500 Glendon Ct, Ste 300 Dublin, OH 43016 www.sedgwick.com/ohiotpa
Arnold Insurance Agency 1400 Haft Dr Reynoldsburg, OH 43068 www.arnoldinsuranceagency.com
Kernan Insurance Agency 9932 Brewster Ln Powell, OH 43065 www.kernaninsurance.com
Sedgwick MCO 5500 Glendon Ct, Ste 300 Dublin, OH 43016 www.sedgwickmco.com
Assured Partners 3900 Kinross Lakes Pkwy #300 Richfield, OH 44286 www.assuredpartners.com
Marsh & McLellan 309 Webster Street Dayton, OH 45402 www.mma-mw.com
Capital City Group, Inc. 2299 Performance Way Columbus, OH 43207 www.ccgroup-inc.com
Marsh & McLellan 6279 Tri-Ridge Blvd Ste 400 Loveland, OH 45140 www.mma-mw.com
Certitude Security 5910 Wilcox Pl, Ste A Dublin, OH 43016 www.certitudesecurity.com/agcohio/
Marsh & McLellan 655 Metro Place S., Suite 380 Dublin, OH 43017 www.mma-mw.com
Cincinnati Insurance Co. 6200 S Gilmore Rd Fairfield, OH 45014 www.cinfin.com
Marsh & McLellan 6480 Rockside Woods Blvd. S. Independence, OH 44131 www.mma-mw.com
Ciuni & Panichi, Inc. 25201 Chagrin Blvd Ste 200 Cleveland, OH 44122 www.cp-advisors.com Columbus State Community College Construction Mgmt 550 E Spring St Columbus, OH 43215 www.cscc.edu/cmgt Fastenal 940 W. Wilbeth Road Akron, OH 44314 www.fastenal.com Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. 201 E 4th St Ste 625 Cincinnati, OH 45202 www.ajg.com/cincinnati GBQ Partners LLC 230 West St Ste 700 Columbus, OH 43215 www.gbq.com
Thompson Hine LLP 312 Walnut 14th Fl Cincinnati, OH 45202 www.ThompsonHine.com Thompson Hine LLP 3900 Key Center 127 Public Sq Cleveland, OH 44114 www.ThompsonHine.com Thompson Hine LLP 41 S High St Ste 1700 Columbus, OH 43215 www.ThompsonHine.com
McDonald Hopkins LLC 250 West St Ste 550 Columbus, OH 43215 www.mcdonaldhopkins.com
Thompson Hine LLP Austin Landing I 10050 Innovation Dr Ste 400 Dayton, OH 45342 www.ThompsonHine.com
Overmyer Hall Associates 1600 W Lane Ave #200 Columbus, OH 43221 www.oh-ins.com
Westfield Group 4125 Highlander Parkway Richfield, OH 44286 www.westfieldgrp.com
PDSC Corp. 1315 Hayward Ct Cincinnati, OH 45208 Porter Wright Morris & Arthur, LLP 250 E Fifth St Cincinnati, OH 45202 www.porterwright.com Porter Wright Morris & Arthur, LLP 41 S High St Ste 3100 Columbus, OH 43215 www.porterwright.com
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AGC OF OHIO AWARDS & WINNERS Established in 1991, Build Ohio celebrates construction through an awards program that recognizes contractors for excellence in construction and a gala that reflects upon the accomplishments of the construction industry throughout the year. The Build Ohio awards program recognizes commercial contractors for excellence in construction. Winning projects set the standard of excellence in construction in Ohio defining a standard that many strive to achieve. The awards program is open to all AGC of Ohio contractor members in good standing. A panel of highly regarded retired construction professionals selects the winning entries according to how they meet (and surpass) the Build Ohio criteria. Winning projects receive the bronze and green marble Build Ohio statue.
Baker Concrete Construction — 2012, 2007,2001, 2000 R. J. Beischel Building Co. — 2011 Bostleman Corp. — 2007 Charles Construction — 2005 Corna/Kokosing Construction —2016, 2009, 2001,1999, 1998 Danis Construction Co.— 2003 P. J. Dick, Inc. — 2001 Donley’s Inc. — 2019, 2014, 2013, 2002, 1994 Dugan & Meyers Construction Co. — 2000, 1999, 1997 Elford Inc. — 2008, 1999 Gilbane Building Co. — 2008 Kokosing Construction Co. — 2001, 1997 Marous Brothers Construction — 2005 Lincoln Construction, Inc. — 2010, 2009, 2008 Megen Construction Co. — 2008 Messer Construction Co. — 2019, 2016, 2014, 2010, 2009, 1996, 1993 Messer/Miles-McClellan, LLC — 2007 Mosser Construction — 2016, 2014, 2004, 2000, 1997 Panzica Construction Company — 2015 Rudolph Libbe, Inc. — 2013, 2012, 2011 1993 R. W. Setterlin Building Co. — 2006 Shook Construction Co. — 2018, 2003, 2002, 1996, 1992 Turner Construction Co. — 2018, 2015, 2011, 2004 Tuttle Services Inc. — 2005, 1999, 1998, 1995 Universal Contracting Corporation — 2015 Welty Building Corp. — 1995, 1992
Bostleman Construction — 2008 Donley’s, Inc. — 2001 Messer Construction — 2011, 2006, 2005, 2004 Messer/Danis, LLC — 2003 Rudolph Libbe, Inc. — 2008 Shook Construction Co. — 2014 Turner Construction Co. — 2012, 2010, 2009, 2002 Welty Building Co. — 2007, 1992
Baker Concrete Construction — 2017, 1999, 1995 Danis Building Construction — 1998 Elford, Inc. — 2007 Dunlop & Johnston — 1996 IC Construction Co. — 2000 Kokosing Construction, Co. — 2019, 2018, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2005, 2003, 1993 C. J. Mahan Construction Co. — 2004 Mosser Construction, Inc. — 2001 Peterson Construction Co. — 1992 Rudolph Libbe, Inc. — 2002, 1994 The Ruhlin Co.— 2009 Shook Construction Co. — 2003, 1997 Tuttle Services Inc. — 2006
A & A Boos & Sons, Inc. — 2019 Bostleman Corp. — 2003 Construction Systems, Inc. — 2019, 2007 Corna Kokosing Construction Co. — 2015, 2011 Elford, Inc. — 2016 Jack Gibson Construction Co. — 2000, 1997 Gilbane Building — 2016 The Krill Co. — 2014, 1994 Lincoln Construction, Inc. — 2012, 2004, 1992 Marous Brothers Construction — 2001 Messer Construction Co. — 2018, 2013, 2005 Mosser Construction, Inc. — 2017, 2009, 2002, 1999 Rudolph Libbe, Inc. — 2015 Shook Construction Co.— 1998, 1996 Turner Construction Co. — 2006, 1993 Tuttle Services Inc. — 2008 Warm Bros. Construction Co. — 1995
Acme Arsena Co. — 2000, 1996 Baker Concrete Construction — 2010, 1996, 1994 A. A. Boos & Sons, Inc. — 2013 Concrete Technology, Inc. — 1999 Construction Systems, Inc. — 2015, 2014, 1998, 1995 The Myron Cornish Co. — 1997 Donley’s Inc. — 2009 Dugan & Meyers Construction Co. — 2013 Limbach Co., LLC — 2019, 2018, 2010, 2009 Mosser Construction, Inc. — 2014 OCP Contractors — 2017, 2011, 2005 Settle Muter Electric — 2018, 2016 South Texas Drywall — 2002 TP Mechanical Contractors — 2004, 2003 C. T. Taylor Co. — 2012 TruWall Concrete, Inc. — 2001 The Wilson Floor Co. (now Legacy Flooring )— 1993
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AGC OF OHIO CONSTRUCTION SAFETY EXCELLENCE AWARD AGC’s CSEA program is the industry’s elite safety excellence awards program. CSEA recognize those construction companies that excel at safety and health performance, examining each candidate’s commitment to safety and occupational health management and risk control. The CSEA selection process is comprehensive, closely examining each candidate’s commitment to safety and occupational health management and risk control. It includes: the review of a company’s commitment to management, active employee participation, safety training, work site hazard identification and control, and safety program innovation.
AGC of Ohio’s Pinnacle Award for Lifetime Achievement distinguishes those that remain active in AGC of Ohio long after serving in a leadership role. The award honors people that put self-serving interests aside and work with the association to benefit the industry as a whole, an individual who epitomizes the AGC of Ohio tenets of skill, responsibility and integrity.
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A.A. Boos & Sons, Inc. — 2013, 2011, 2009 Corna Kokosing Construction Co. — 2013, 2012, 2011, 2006, 2004, 2003 Danis Building Construction — 2008, 2007, 2005, 2001 Donley’s, Inc. — 2019, 2018, 2017, 2012, 2003 The Dotson Co. — 2003 Elford, Inc. — 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014, 2012, 2010, 2009, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002 Lincoln Construction, Inc. — 2018, 2016, 2008, 2006, 2005, 2002, 2001 Marous Brothers Construction — 2009 Messer Construction Co. — 2009, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003 Rudolph Libbe, Inc. — 2012, 2008, 2007, 2002 R.W. Setterlin Building Co. — 2010 Shook Construction Co. — 2004 Turner Construction Co. — 2008 Tuttle Construction, Inc. — 2019, 2018, 2016, 2015, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005
Pinnacle Awards presented (left to right): 2011 to Vince Corrado (Shook Construction Co.); 2006 to Robert Moyer (Mosser Construction); 2014 to J.D. Flaherty (Construction Systems, Inc.)
EXXCEL Project Management — 2002 Gilbane Building Co. — 2002 The Krill Co. — 2001 Tuttle Construction, Inc. — 2002 Turner Construction Co. — 2013, 2012, 2009
Jack Gibson Construction Co. — 2004 The Great Lakes Construction Co. — 2019, 2017, 2014 Independence Excavating, Inc. — 2019, 2017, 2014, 2013 Kirk Bros. Co., Inc. — 2004 Kokosing Construction Co. — 2010, 2009, 2008, 2006, 2005 The Ruhlin Co. — 2009, 2008, 2007 Shook Construction Co. — 2016, 2014, 2013, 2011, 2003
2017 Pinnacle Award Winner - Kurt Schmitt Left to right: Jim Kaparos, Mike Jirele, Kip Lanka, Kurt Schmitt, Andrea Schmitt and Greg Schmitt (Lincoln Construction)
Baker Concrete Construction — 2012, 2009, 2005 AMPAM Commercial Midwest (now TP Mechanical) — 2002, 2001 Limbach Co. — 2018, 2015 Richard Goettle, Inc. — 2017, 2004, 2003, 2001 TP Mechanical Contractors — 2017, 2014, 2013, 2009, 2006, 2005, 2003 Trisco Systems, Inc. — 2013, 2003, 2002
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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AGC OF OHIO EDUCATION FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The Associated General Contractors of Ohio Education Foundation awards scholarships annually to outstanding students pursuing a career in the construction industry. The Scholarship Fund is managed by the AGC of Ohio Education Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit corporation established in 1999. The first scholarships were awarded in 2000. AGC of Ohio, affiliated companies and divisions fund the scholarships in their name with a one-time $20,000 donation to the Foundation. A panel of construction professionals selects the scholarship recipients based on their cumulative grade point average, work experience, extra-curricular activities and achievements, financial need, and an essay. Currently, AGC of Ohio awards seven scholarships annually. In addition, the Education Foundation administers scholarships sponsored by the following AGC affiliated individuals and organizations: Akron AGC, AGC of Northwest Ohio (3), Baker Concrete Construction, Central Ohio AGC (2), Cleveland AGC, The Timothy P. Galvin Scholarship, E. Grant Hesser Memorial Scholarship, Independence Excavating, The Knoch Corporation, Kokosing, Inc., Liberty Construction, Lincoln Construction, Robert H. Moyer, Precision Environmental, Rudolph Libbe Inc (2), The Ruhlin Co., Settle Muter Electric, Shook Construction Co., Tuttle Construction, Inc., and West Central Ohio Division of AGC. The Foundation also selects the recipients of the Mosser Construction scholarships in two Northwest Ohio area colleges. In addition to sponsoring a scholarship, members can help the scholarship fund by providing a donation with their membership dues, and participating in the annual AGC of Ohio Golf Outing benefitting the scholarship fund.
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I BUILD AMERICA-OHIO.COM It’s up to us to help spread the message. We can help attract the brightest and the best to our industry. Join the movement and help elevate perceptions of the construction industry. Here are some ideas: • Put the I Build America - Ohio logos on your website • Co-brand your marketing materials for trade shows, job fairs and more • Download and print our materials for trade shows, job fairs and more • Bring stickers to job fairs or school outreach events and direct students to the website for more information • Package kits with wristbands, stickers and handouts for events • Put the logo on safety shirts and vests • Add the logo to company gear such as coats and other items • Add the logo to job signs and banners (especially at schools, zoos, park projects and more)
• Add a page to your website showing your support of the I Build America movement • Link to our pages in your website footer • Add stickers to hard hats • Include the logo in any advertising or event sponsorship • Play the I Build America-Ohio video and logo on the TV in your lobby • Add the logo to your company e-mail signature and letterhead • Use #IBuildAmerica & #IBuildOhio in your social media posts, and follow and share I Build America social media content
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ADVOCACY EFFORTS AGC of Ohio’s government affairs program covers all three branches of state government. Below is a highlight of some of the efforts in 2020. Learn more about AGC of Ohio’s current advocacy efforts at www.agcohio.com/advocacy. ADMINISTRATION, GOVERNMENT AGENCIES CORONAVIRUS: AGC of Ohio advocated to ensure construction was an essential business at the beginning of the
pandemic. This included correspondence and discussions with the Governor, Lt. Governor, and administrative officials about the importance of construction and safe work practices. AGC staff and members also had conversations with public officials about COVID-related contract concerns, financial issues, and safety requirements.
CONTRACT DOCS, PROCUREMENT, OAKS-CI: Two workgroups of AGC members continued to meet with Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC) officials. One to discuss needed improvements to contract documents and procurement processes, including concerns related to COVID and associated costs; the other to provide feedback on the rewrite of OAKS-CI (version 2.0). Based on the meetings and ongoing dialogue of both workgroups, some improvements have been made, and AGC continues to advocate for more reforms.
EDGE: AGC of Ohio submitted recommendations for improvements to Ohio’s EDGE program after an Inspector General Report highlighted the program’s inadequacies. The Ohio Department of Administrative Services’ Equal Opportunity Division in 2020 made changes to the rules governing EDGE, which incorporate some of AGC’s recommendations.
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT, CONSTRUCTION CAREERS: AGC of Ohio continues to collaborate with many public agencies to promote the industry and construction careers, as well as the I Build America - Ohio (IBAOhio) marketing campaign and website.
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JUDICIAL MUNICIPAL TAX REFORM (Athens et al. v Ohio State Tax Commissioner et al.): Early in 2020 the Ohio Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the cases involving municipal tax reform laws and will decide if they violate the Home Rule provision of Ohio’s constitution. AGC of Ohio has been a strong and vocal advocate of the municipal tax reform legislation, as well as the state’s efforts to defend the laws. AGC of Ohio, in conjunction with other business groups, filed an amicus in support of the state’s position in the lower courts and the Ohio Supreme Court. The Court ruled in favor of the tax reform laws, keeping them intact.
LEGISLATIVE CORONAVIRUS CIVIL IMMUNITY: AGC of Ohio supported two
measures – one introduced by the House (HB 606) and one by the Senate (SB 308) – that provides civil immunity for employers related to coronavirus. HB 606 was passed and signed into law in September; it went into effect December 16. The general immunity provisions apply retroactively from March 9, 2020 through September 30, 2021.
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION REFORM: A new act (HB 614) passed last year creates a council to study and reform the application, processing, and administration of Ohio’s unemployment compensation system. AGC supported the bill’s concept and articulated the importance of a truly impartial review, as opposed to previous efforts that separated industry groups into winners and losers.
CAPITAL FUNDING: During the first half of 2020, the legislature played politics with the usually mundane Capital Reappropriations bill, with the Ohio House introducing a “pared down” version containing $500 million less funding than the $1.2 billion outstanding on capital projects. AGC of Ohio expressed concern about the economic impact of defunding the previously approved construction projects and the repercussions of cancelling and delaying projects. The full funding language was passed and signed into law.
AGC also supported and advocated for the capital bill, which was split and amended into two different measures. The first was a “mini capital bill” totaling $500 million in appropriations for schools, public works, and conservation projects; it was amended into SB 4 during the first half of 2020. The second, which was amended into SB 310 and passed during lame duck at the end of 2020, included an additional $2.1 billion in capital spending.
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AGC OF OHIO ACTION What Is AGC ACTION?
AGC ACTION is the nonpartisan political action committee (PAC) sponsored by AGC of Ohio. AGC ACTION pools personal, voluntary financial contributions from individuals in the construction industry. The contributions are used to support Ohio legislators and statewide elected officials who, regardless of party affiliation, understand the construction industry and the specific needs, interests and concerns of AGC member companies and their employees.
What Does AGC Do Around The Statehouse?
AGC of Ohio pushes for legislation and rules that would improve the commercial building industry and tries to prevent or change those that would hurt contractors and their employees. Issues that AGC of Ohio regularly deals with include public and private construction requirements, workforce development and training, workers’ compensation, economic development, safety, taxation, preference programs, building codes, unemployment compensation, etc.
Why Is PAC Important?
A healthy PAC is an essential tool for AGC of Ohio to maintain a strong presence around the Statehouse. Ohio law does not allow for corporate contributions to political campaigns; therefore, AGC cannot use association monies or dues for political events and fund raisers. AGC instead uses AGC ACTION funds that come from contractors’ personal contributions. PAC allows AGC staff to attend fund raisers to show support for lawmakers that are willing to take the time to understand AGC’s issues and appreciate our concerns. And, even though AGC may not give directly to certain legislators, when they see AGC at caucus events or another lawmaker’s fund raiser, they are more inclined to listen to AGC’s concerns. A healthy PAC helps afford AGC access, thus allowing AGC the opportunity to better influence legislators on matters related to the construction industry.
Contribute To AGC ACTION And Help AGC Advocate For The Industry And Your Business!
Contribution levels are up to the individual – contributions have been as small as $25 and as much as $1,500. Mail your personal or PAC check to: AGC ACTION, 1755 Northwest Blvd, Columbus OH 43212. Note: PAC contributions are not tax deductible. The state of Ohio does not allow corporate contributions. Sole proprietors, partnerships and unincorporated associations, which include incorporated professional associations and limited liability companies, may use company funds to contribute.
Learn More About AGC’s Advocacy Efforts:
Visit www.agcohio.com or contact Andrea Ashley - email@example.com or call (614) 486-6446
MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD. BECOME A CONSTRUCTION ADVOCATE AGC of America has a robust government relations program at the federal level. Go to www.advocacy.agc.org to… • Stay Informed: Sign up for the latest legislative, political, and regulatory news affecting the construction industry.
• Take Action: Make your voice heard. Tell your members of Congress how their actions will affect you and your company.
• Contribute: AGC of America’s PAC and the Construction Advocacy Fund are affecting positive change for the industry. Learn how to get involved today.
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Building A Better Industry. Since 1918, contractors throughout the country have relied on AGC to support their businesses, find new projects, and help shape the laws impacting the industry. Join your local AGC Chapter today and start building a more profitable future for your business.
“Connection to the industry as a whole [is the top AGC benefit]. The AGC provides me access to education, industry trends, and professional networking.” ASHLEY PHELPS
Find Work. Save Money. Build Better.
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As a member of AGC, you have access to a suite of benefits that include products, programs and services to support your business and your career. Business Development Increase profits and productivity with best-inclass training and education, peer-driven best practices, and access to owners.
Industry Data Your best source for economic and workforce data, plus all the breaking industry news you need.
Divisions Choose from AGC’s four divisions to connect with your specific market and stay on top of emerging trends.
Councils & Forums Engage with a network of industry peers to address key issues impacting you and your business.
Chapters Benefit from the strength and expertise of our nationwide network of 89 local and state AGC chapters.
Conferences & Events Meet with decision-makers and learn from industry leaders during AGC’s full roster of events.
Be profitable: AGC partners with trusted companies like GM, FedEx, Home Depot, Michelin and more to ensure our members receive the best savings possible as they continually grow their businesses. Learn more at agc.org/SAVE.
Be Heard: AGC is the only association inside Washington fighting for the interests of the entire construction community. Since 1918, we’ve relentlessly demonstrated the industry’s value and priorities to our elected officials.
Be Connected: Joining AGC means having the entire industry, from every region and specialty, right at your fingertips. Our events offer countless opportunities to connect with peers and explore new business prospects.
Be Smarter: As a leader of industry best practices, AGC offers numerous training programs and accredited credentials for professionals of all backgrounds and areas of expertise (PMDP, STP, BIM, Lean).
AGC SERVICE PROVIDERS, DISCOUNT PROGRAMS & PRODUCTS AGC’s Membership Discount Programs and Service Partners provide members access to high-quality services, cutting-edge technology and top-of-the-line products. From discounts on vehicles to computers and software, AGC has partnered with some of the best to give you the most for your money and improve your daily business operations. When it comes to your company’s bottom-line, your membership in AGC pays dividends. These value added discounts will give you the competitive advantage over your competition. Upon joining AGC of Ohio, you automatically receive the added value of membership in AGC of America. Associated General Contractors is the one association that can service your entire organization and provide you with the best opportunities to grow your business. A typical AGC member can save almost $7,000 through exclusive membership discounts on essential products and services from companies such as Sedgwick, Enterprise, GM, Verizon and others available through AGC of Ohio and AGC of America, as well as member discounts on valuable training publications, webinars and AGC events. For the majority of contractors, this savings means AGC Membership pays for itself and then some. Take advantage of the following products and services offered to AGC of Ohio members at special or discounted rates! For more information, go to www.agcohio.com or call the AGC of Ohio office at (614) 486-6446.
EDUCATION & TRAINING AGC of America develops and delivers a number of educational programs that address key issues throughout the construction industry. Through in-seat courses, distance learning, intensive management programs and professional credentials, AGC is focused on attracting, educating and training the current and future construction workforce.
AGC Members in good standing receive a 20% discount on all ConsensusDocs subscriptions. Whether working at the office, from the road or even at home, the ConsensusDocs platform provides instant access to your contract documents from any computer through a secure webbased portal. Simply log-in and your personalized dashboard makes it easy to locate recent projects, edit contracts, review changes made by your collaborators or start a new contract using any of our 100+ contracts. ConsensusDocs contracts are endorsed by 40+ design and construction industry associations representing designers, owners, contractors, subcontractors and sureties including the AGC of America. To learn more, visit us at www.agc.org/member-benefits/consensusdocs-discount.
For more information: www.agc.org/learn/education-training
LABOR & HUMAN RESOURCES The AGC of America website has a special members only section loaded with HR information. The Labor & HR Topical Resources section is filled with hundreds of white papers, articles, samples and government links on HR-related issues, including employee handbooks, job descriptions, termination procedures, union organizing and over 75 other HR and labor topics. For more info: www.agc.org/HRForum
OHIO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY WAGE RATE ONLINE SERVICE
AGC shares economic news relevant to the construction industry on a weekly, monthly and quarterly basis. The information covers national, state and metro-level construction employment, spending, material costs and availability, wages, and special surveys. AGC also regularly produces state fact sheets covering historical and current information on construction spending and employment.
Available through the CEA, the service provides information on Ohio’s construction trade wages, fringes and labor contract conditions. Complete with jurisdictional and text clearly identifying the geographical jurisdiction of nineteen construction trades throughout Ohio. (216) 309.9860 www.ceacisp.org/wage-rates
Neither AGC of America, AGC of Ohio nor its chapters/divisions assumes any liability for the quality or performance of any product or service. The AGC member must look exclusively to the vendor for all sales and service, included but not limited to delivery, credit, guarantees, warranties and performance.
The AGC of America Resource Library serves as a comprehensive archive of past and present AGC related documentation. www.agc.org/learn/resource-library
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GM FLEET AND COMMERCIAL
Check the AGC of America Member Benefits for a complete list of their extensive lists of program available to members. www.agc.org/member-benefits
CONTACT your local GENERAL MOTORS dealer or Ron Taft • 614-410-8801 • firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Wahlberg Chevrolet AGC is pleased to provide Members and their employees with a private offer of up to $1,0001 off the purchase or lease of most new Chevrolet, Buick and GMC vehicles. Association members can combine this offer with most current incentives, including the National Fleet Purchase Program(link is external) and Business Choice Offers(link is external)2 for an even better deal.
OHIO CONSTRUCTION CONNECTION AGC of Ohio Online Buyers Guide www.agcohiobuyersguide.com
There are many different opportunities to enhance your company's exposure with different listing options. All AGC of Ohio members will have a basic listing throughout the Guide. However, if any AGC of Ohio member would like to be added to additional categories, provide additional information, or purchase premium advertising, please e-mail email@example.com.
Redeeming this private offer is simple! Provide proof of AGC membership: printing your membership information from the online AGC Membership Directory(link is external) or call the local chapter to verify. Visit your Chevrolet, Buick or GMC dealer and mention this Private Offer (Incentive Code: FCP). Choose an eligible vehicle or vehicles to purchase or lease and present your AGC Proof of Membership and employment verification.
www.mynpp.com/association/ohio-agc PH: 800-810-3909 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lowell Bowdle • 614 - 408-0900 Lowell.Bowdle@certitudesecurity.com www.certitudesecurity.com/agcohio/
NPP is one of the nation’s largest group purchasing organizations, leveraging the purchasing power of its combined membership to offer superior discounts from world class vendors. Through our partnership with NPP, AGC of Ohio members can receive discount pricing on business expenses, including wireless service and devices, office products, and industrial supplies. National Purchasing Partners (NPP) is a group purchasing organization offering organizations and associations access to an aggressively priced contract portfolio with world class vendors. Membership for all members is free and voluntary; there is no cost to join and no obligation to participate.
Loss Avoidance Diagnostic for Leaders process not only benefits you and your business it also funds education opportunities for future leaders through the AGC of Ohio Education Foundation Scholarship.
SEDGWICK - Ohio State Fund TPA
ENTERPRISE FLEET MANAGEMENT
www.sedgwick.com/ohiotpa 614-376-5300 / 800-825-6755
www.efleets.com Jonathan Rudnick, Account Executive Jonathan.H.Rudnick@erac.com 513-956-3651 • 513-403-0982
Whether through traditional group rating, group retrospective rating or self-insured programs, Sedgwick provides a long-term, comprehensive cost management approach that saves our members millions of dollars every year. Our team includes the experienced colleagues from CompManagement and CareWorks Comp. www. sedgwickmco.com/
Enterprise Fleet Managment can help you save thousands with local, hands-on management, award-winning technology, and the infrastructure and expertise of Enterprise. Since 2006, Enterprise Fleet Management has partnered with the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) and their network of localized chapters, providing members with custom solutions for their fleet related needs. Enterprise Fleet Management can help you reduce the age of your fleet within your budget, create a more flexible program with a shortened vehicle cycle – meaning you can have newer – and safer – vehicles for the same investment (or less).
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2022 APPLICATION DATES January 24, 25, 26 & February 3, 4, 5, 2022 Applications will be accepted at the following locations from 9:00am to 3:00pm
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The Associated General Contractors of Ohio is a commercial construction trade association governed and directed by building contractors. It...
Published on Apr 24, 2021
The Associated General Contractors of Ohio is a commercial construction trade association governed and directed by building contractors. It...