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ABOUT AGC OF OHIO
The Associated General Contractors of Ohio is a commercial construction trade association 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.
Lakeside Interior Contractors, Inc.
Manning & Napier
Mosser Construction, Inc.
National Construction Rentals
Ohio Operating Engineers Apprenticeship Precision Environmental Co.
Settle-Muter Electric, Ltd.
Stone Products, Inc.
Josh Corna, Continental Building Co.
I am honored to serve as this year’s President of the AGC of Ohio. Having grown up in a local construction family, I was always very aware of the AGC and knew many people who served as President before me. I had a great deal of respect and admiration for them and am proud to follow in their rich history, including my father, who served as President.
I want to thank Ray Benjamin for his service as President last year. I look forward to continuing to work with Ray and the new members of our board this year. I also want to thank the AGC staff, who puts in countless hours to make sure the construction industry is well represented at local, state, and national levels.
The AGC works hard every day to make sure our industry is represented in a professional manner. Whether it is tackling issues such as building permits and inspections, the enforcement of regulatory issues on our industry or keeping us all ‘open for business’ during COVID, the AGC works tirelessly for the entire industry and our companies of all shapes and sizes. I have seen firsthand the work of AGC having a positive impact on my business and the other members of our organization.
I look forward to this year and working with the board to further the important work of the AGC. There is no shortages of challenges in our business and we are never sure what the future will bring, but the AGC has always been there to help us along the way. Thank you all for your faith in me and I am proud to be a part of this great industry and association.
PAST PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
Ray Benjamin, The Ltahrop Company
I would like to thank the AGC of Ohio Board for the honor of serving as president of the organization for the past year. Special thanks to Rich Hobbs, Executive Vice President and the AGC of Ohio staff for all of their hard work throughout the year to keep the organization moving forward.
AGC continues to provide value to membership in many areas including Work Force Development, Safety, Industry Advocacy and Legislation. This is done not only at local levels, but also at state and national levels through AGC of America. The relationships that are developed between members is invaluable to our businesses.
The organization continued to show flexibility and adaptability when our 2023 Convention location Naples, FL was wiped out by a hurricane and we pivoted to Isle of Palms, SC. Special thanks and acknowledgement to Tim Beischel for locating and vetting this venue. Wild Dunes Resort was a beautiful venue and allowed conventioneers to visit the “Low Country” and historical Charleston. 2024 Convention will be held at Casa de Campo Resort Dominican Republic – March 3 to 9. I strongly encourage you to consider this event and book your calendars accordingly.
I pass the leadership baton to Josh Corna, Continental Building, to serve as the 2023/2024 President. The balance of the executive board is Phil Neumann-1st Vice President, Art Lindrose – 2nd Vice President, Mark Muter – Treasurer and JD Flaherty – Deputy Treasurer. This leadership team will continue to provide leadership for AGC of Ohio. Steve Klinker will be leaving the executive committee this year. Steve served as President for 2 years and is currently on AGC of America Board of Governors. I will also have the opportunity to serve on the AGC of America Board of Governors this year to represent Ohio.
I look forward to a productive 2024 year with AGC!
EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Rich Hobbs, AGC of Ohio
Ohio’s Rustbelt Renaissance
For several decades Ohio has been referred to as a “rustbelt” state, meaning our great strength of manufacturing has ended and the only thing that is left behind are vacant gargantuan, rusting factories. That name is quickly being reversed as we experience great growth for 21st century needs – microchips, electric batteries, data back-up services, and endless lists of hospitals and medical research facilities. The growth appears to be unlimited as we search for the qualified, limited, trained personnel required to sustain this renaissance. AGC of Ohio and our seven divisions, along with our partners are very much engaged in the quest for tomorrow’s skilled labor. The growth will continue if we can provide the manpower for growth.
There are, however, storm clouds gathering. These storm clouds pertain to the aftermath and hollowing out of our urban cities of the towering office towers that reside in premium-priced real estate throughout our state. The pandemic showed us that remote work was doable and to some degree successful. In fact, people are reluctant want to return to a downtown work mode. Many social issues and security concerns compound this reluctance.
This presents a serious financial issue for developers and owners of these properties. Loan payments still need to be met, and the ongoing overhead never takes a day off. Rental income for premium office space has suffered as tenants refuse to pay or, at a minimum, want a restructured lease. At some point the financial institutions (often who underwrote the loans) may be forced to act.
Combine all of this with the cost of money. Interest rates have seen steady increases as the “Fed” attempts to slow down the inflation monster that has been fed by easy money and over expenditures by the federal government. Many are starting to refer to these buildings as “zombie” structures. They need to be repurposed.
The obvious tact will be to convert the underutilized buildings into living space for our growing population. It’s no secret that residential properties in our current market are hard to come by – too many people chasing too few properties. Couple this high demand and low availability to increasing mortgage rates makes home ownership even more costly. It only makes sense to look at the conversion of these buildings into living opportunities. This could turn into a huge market.
As we move through 2023, we need to keep our eyes on the upcoming national, state and local elections. We have witnessed many issues that wield great influence on our economy. Our once accepted standard of living has had its confidence shaken. The cost to heat our homes, drive our vehicles, buy food, fight inflation, and fund insurance all go hand-in-hand… greatly impacting our market stabilities. Be attentive. Stay informed and participate in the process. In the meantime, watch as Ohio knocks the rust off and leads the Midwest in a resurgence.
2024 AGC of Ohio Convention Casa de Campo, the Dominican Republic
Mark your calendars for Sunday, March 3, 2024, to Saturday, March 9 for the annual AGC of Ohio Annual Convention.
AGC of Ohio President, Josh Corna, has selected the renowned Casa de Campo Resort as our convention destination. The lush, 7,000 acre resort is located on the southeastern side of the Dominican Republic (a short ride from Punta Cana). It is complete with world-class golf, outstanding cuisine and deluxe accommodations.
There are many air options for the short flight to Punta Cana airport. Should you wish to stay early or stay after, a three day pre- and post-convention rate for AGC members will be offered. Please look for the convention package announcement in October on the AGC Ohio website, www.agcohio.com.
Resort information can be found at www.ccampo.com
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE COMMITTEE CHAIRS
Contnental Building Company
The Bolton Pratt Company
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
The Lathrop Company
Settle Muter Electric
J. D. Flaherty
AGC of Ohio
Tom Agresta, Eclipse Co., LLC
Joe DeSalvo, DeSalvo Construction
Joe DiGeronimo, Precision Environmental
Brian Exl, The Ritenour Group
Richard Farr, Baker Shared Services
Brian Geffe, Mosser Construction, Inc.
Chris Halapy, Shook Construction Co..
Missy Krajewski, Elford, Inc.
Brady Oaks, The Ruhlin Co.
Kyle Rooney, Turner Construction
Jeff Schaller, Rudolph Libbe
Jim Smith, Elford, Inc.
Sean Smith, Smith Construction Group
Brent Stechschulte, Tuttle Construction
Paul Supelak, The Ruhlin Co.
Rob Verst, Messer Construction
Marcy Weaver, Dugan & Meyers
Central Ohio Division
Arthur Lindrose, The Bolton Pratt Company
EDUCATION FOUNDATION & WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
Brent Stechschulte, Tuttle Construction
Tim Galvin, Brexton Construction, LLC
Jeff Schaller, Rudolph Libbe
Phil Neumann, Universal Contracting
PROJECT DELIVERY SYSTEMS
Grant Hesser, PDSC Corp.
William Powell, III, Donley Concrete
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.
2020/21—Steve Klinker, Dugan & Meyers LLC|
2022—Raymond Benjamin, The lathrop Company
25+ YEARS MEMBERS
A & A Construction, Inc.-Member since 1995
Arsena Construction Company-Member since 1978
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
Ciuni & Panichi, Inc.-Member since 1996
Columbus State Community College-Member since 1990
S. A. Comunale Company, Inc.-Members since 1995
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
Danbert Contractors-Member since 1990
DeSalvo Construction Company, Inc.-Member since 1990
Donley’s Inc.-Member since 1972
The Dotson Company, Inc.-Member since 1998
Dugan & Meyers Construction Co.-Member since 1970
Elford, Inc.-Member since 1970
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
Messer Construction Co.- Membe r 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
PDSC Corp-Member since 1998
Precision Environmental Co.-Member since 1994
Rien Construction-Member since 1996
Rudolph/Libbe, Inc.-Member since 1970
The Ruhlin Co.-Member since 1976
Charles Schulz Building Co., Inc.-Member since 1990
Sedgwick TPA-Member since 1990
Setterlin Building Co.-Member since 1970
Shook Construction-Member since 1970
C. T. Taylor Construction-Member since 1990
TP Mechanical Constructors -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
Valley Interior Systems, Inc. -Member since 1998
Welty Building -Member since 1972
Westfield Group -Member since 1990
BUILDING CHAPTER AGC OF OHIO
1755 Northwest Boulevard
Columbus, OH 43212 (614) 486-6446
Richard Hobbs, Executive Vice President
AGC OF AKRON
2181 Akron Peninsula Road
Akron, OH 44313
(330) 237-1885 www.akron-agc.com
Aaron Hall, Executive Director
HIGHWAY CHAPTER OHIO CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION
1313 Dublin Road Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 488-0724
Chris Runyan, President
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.
CENTRAL OHIO AGC
1755 Northwest Boulevard
Columbus, OH 43212
(614) 486-6446 www.agcohio.com
Richard Hobbs, President
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.
Allied Construction Industries
3 Kovach Drive Cincinnati, OH 45215
(513) 221-8020 www.aci-construction.org
Jordan Vogel, Executive Director
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.
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
NATIONAL CHAPTER AGC OF AMERICA
2300 Wilson Blvd, Suite 300 Arlington, VA 22201 (703) 548-3118
Stephen E. Sandherr, CEO
Cleveland") formally affiliated with Construction Employers Association ("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.
AGC OF NORTHWEST OHIO
1845 Collingwood Boulevard
Toledo, OH 43604
(419) 241-2907 www.agcnwo.com
Joshua Hughes, CEO
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.
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.
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.
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.
AGC of Ohio’s membership consists of general contractors, sub-contractors, and service providers and suppliers. The association is involved in a wide spectrum of constructionrelated activities: government affairs, economic development, labor relations (servicing collective bargaining and open shop employers), building code, construction safety, group GC
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.
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. Learn more what AGC can do for you. Visit www.agc.org or www.agcohio.com
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 labor-management 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.
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.
1571 Shyville Road Piketon, OH 45661 (740) 443-7124
WAI Construction Group LLC (WAI CG), is an Appalachian based, HUBZone certified, small business, headquartered in Piketon, OH. As an enterprise with 30 years of contracting experience, WAI CG is recognized throughout the industry for providing focused solutions for Facility Support, Environmental, and Construction Services WAI CG supports complex projects with a disciplined project management approach and a skilled workforce focused on a safe, compliant, and cost-effective project delivery.
Developing Solutions / Delivering Value
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Altman Company
1251 Fairwood Ave
R. J. Beischel Building Company
5655 Centerhill Ave
The Bolton Pratt Co. 271 Alpha Park
Highland Heights,Ohio 44143-2225
A. A. Boos & Sons, Inc.
2015 Pickle Rd
1123 Goodale Blvd Ste 500
Cavanaugh Building Corporation
/DTJ Enterprises Inc.
1744 Collier road
CK Construction Group
6245 Westerville Rd
Continental Building Company
150 E Broad Street
Danis Building Construction Company
3233 Newmark Dr
Danis Building Construction Company
2715 Tuller Pkwy Dr, #100
Danis Building Construction Company
50 E-Business Way Ste 400
The Delventhal Company
3796 Rockland Circle
DeSalvo Construction Company, Inc.
1491 West Liberty St
Gilbane Building Co. 145 East Rich St 4th Fl
The Great Lakes Construction Co. 2608 Great Lakes Way
HDGB Construction Manager, Inc.
6677 Frank Ave NW
North Canton, OH 44720
The Albert M. Higley Co. 3636 Euclid Ave Cleveland,Ohio 44115-2533 216-861-2050
Hummel Construction 127 E Main St
The Dotson Company, Inc. PO Box 2429
Dugan & Meyers LLC 11110 Kenwood Rd
Dugan & Meyers LLC 8740 Orion Pl Ste 220
Eclipse Co., LLC
11554 E Washington St
Chagrin Falls,Ohio 44023-9213
1220 Dublin Rd
Ravenna,Ohio 44266 330-296-7316
Huseman Group 2814 Stanton Ave
Cincinnati,Ohio 45206 513-851-8881
Infinity Construction Company 18440 Cranwood Pkwy
Warrensville Heights,Ohio 44128 216-663-3777
Jostin Construction, Inc. 2335 Florence Ave
Cincinnati,Ohio 45206-2430 513-431-5348
Kirk Bros. Co., Inc. 11942 W US 224
6235 Westerville Rd Ste 200
Kokosing Industrial PO Box 226
The Krill Co., Inc. 1275 Main Ave Cleveland,Ohio 44113
The Lathrop Co. 28 N St Clair St Ste 200 Toledo,Ohio 43604-1001
Liberty Construction Services Inc. 7997 Fosnaugh School Rd
Lincoln Construction, Inc.
4790 Shuster Rd
Messer Construction Co. 2495 Langdon Farm Rd
Messer Construction Co. 4801 Hempstead Station Dr Dayton,Ohio 45429-5171
Messer Construction Co. 3705 Business Park Dr
Monarch Construction Co.
1654 Sherman Ave
Mosser Construction, Inc. 122 S Wilson Ave
Mosser Construction, Inc. 1613 Henthorne Dr
Panzica Construction Co. 739 Beta Dr
Mayfield Village,Ohio 44143 440-442-4300
Peterson Industrial 18817 SR 501 N
Rien Construction 6985 Grove St
Rudolph Libbe Inc. 6494 Latcha Rd
The Ruhlin Co. 6931 Ridge Rd
Sharon Center,Ohio 44274
Charles Schulz Building Co., Inc.
4519 Brookpark Rd
560 Harmon Ave
Shook Construction Co.
2000 W Dorothy Ln
Shook Construction Co.
6860 W Snowville Rd Ste 100 Brecksville,Ohio 44141-3279
Smith Construction Group, Inc. 731 North Orchard Lane
Beavercreek, Ohio 45434-7214
Smoot Construction Company of Ohio
1907 Leonard Ave
Turner Construction Company
1422 Euclid Ave Ste 200
Welty Building Company
750 Communications Parkway
WAI Construction Group LLC
1571 Shyville Rd
Piketon; Ohio 45661-9201
Turner Construction Company
250 W Court St, Ste 300
Turner Construction Company 262 Hanover St
Tuttle Services Inc. & Related Subsidiaries
880 Shawnee Rd Lima,Ohio 45805
Universal Contracting Corp.
5151 Fishwick Drive
Velocity Construction Services
399 Venture Dr Ste E Lewis Center,Ohio 43035-9520
Welty Building Company 1400 W 10th St Ste 200
Welty Building Company 3421 Ridgewood Rd Ste 200
Acoustic Ceiling & Partition of Ohio
691 Green Crest Dr
Westerville, Ohio 43081-2848
All Erection & Crane Rental Corp & its Affiliates
4700 Acorn Drive Independence, Ohio 44131-6490
Arsena Construction Company, LLC
463-14 Antler Point
Aurora, Ohio 44202-8444
Baker Concrete Construction, Inc. 990 N Main St Monroe, Ohio 45050-1241
Black Swamp Steel, Inc. 17 Circle Freeway Dr Cincinnati, Ohio 45246-1201
Black Swamp Steel, Inc.
1761 Commerce Rd
Holland, Ohio 43528-9789
Howard L. Bowers Contracting Co. 324 Two Ridge Rd Wintersville, Ohio 43953
Compass Construction 7670 Fishel Dr S Dublin, Ohio 43016
S. A. Comunale Company, Inc.
2900 New Park Dr Barberton, Ohio 44203-1050
2939 Youngstown Hubbard Rd Youngstown, Ohio 44505-2343
Construction Systems Inc. 2865 E 14th Ave
Columbus, Ohio 43219-2301
8077 Memorial Dr Plain City, Ohio 43064-8735
Donley's, Inc. 5430 Warner Rd Cleveland, Ohio 44125-1140 216-524-6800
Jones-Schlater Flooring, LLC
57 Klema Dr N Reynoldsburg OH 43068 740-964-7000
Lang Masonry & Restoration Contractors 405 Watertown Rd Waterford, Ohio 45786
Limbach Company, LLC
822 Cleveland Ave Columbus, Ohio 43201-3612
Frank Lucco Company, Inc. 760 E Glenwood Ave Akron, Ohio 44310-3452
OCP Contractors 21863 Aurora Rd Bedford Heights, Ohio 44146 440-951-9727
Richard Goettle, Inc.
12071 Hamilton Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231-1032
Grout Systems, Inc.
505 E Bergey St
Wadsworth, Ohio 4282-0557
Independence Excavating, Inc. 5720 E Schaaf Rd
Independence, Ohio 44131-1308
Industrial Power Systems, Inc.
146 Dixie Highway
Rossford, Ohio 43460-1241
OCP Contractors 370 N Eureka Ave
Columbus, Ohio 43204-3720
OCP Contractors 1740 Commerce Rd Holland, Ohio 43528-9789
OK Interiors Corp. 11100 Ashburn Rd Cincinnati, Ohio 45240-3813
Parks Drilling Co., Inc. 5745 Avery Rd Dublin, Ohio 43016-8756