Member Spotlight

Member Spotlights showcases newsworthy AGC Member accomplishments and contributions.

  • Construction Industry Financial Analysis Survey Report

    Every year, Moss Adams examines the financial statements of contractors up and down the West Coast alongside national data provided by the Construction Financial Management Association, known as the CFMA, to produce a benchmarking report with the insights you need to push your business forward.

  • Crane Country Day School

    The $3.3 million project took 10 months to complete and added nearly 33,000 sq. ft. of classroom, amphitheater, decking and outdoor teaching area to the school’s overall campus.

  • Critical San Ysidro Port Project Strengthens Border Security

    As one of the busiest land ports in the world, the San Ysidro U.S. Land Port of Entry Phase 1B was a crucial project to strengthen security and anti-terrorism efforts for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)

  • Marina Landscape Carved Out Unconventional Path to Success

    The story of how AGC of California 2015 Specialty Contractor Award winner, Marina Landscape, Inc., got its start – and then grew to become one of the state’s largest independent specialty contractors – is a classic, pull-yourself- up-by-your-bootstraps tale if there ever was one.

  • New Stanford Hospital Project Raises the Bar

    Cutting-edge technology, a visually stunning design and a highly collaborative, solution- oriented project team are some of the key features that distinguish the $2 billion new Stanford Hospital project, currently underway in Palo Alto, CA

  • Safety Showcase

    For 30 years, HCSS has created software to help the construction industry improve productivity. From estimating to job management to equipment maintenance and dispatching products, HCSS has provided solutions to help contractors perform their jobs more efficiently.

  • Design Build Rooftop Photovoltaic Installation at Grove and Harvest Churches

    This project exemplifies a project that contributes to the community. Using high-quality materials and the safest means possible, we have given our community a gift that will continue to value to the surrounding public and add value to the quality of life.

  • Francois Jacobs Awarded Construction Education Friend Award

    In 2010, Francois was hired by the College of Engineering at California Baptist University in Riverside to start a four year Construction Management degree program.

  • Teri Jackson Honored with Associate Achievement Award

    After attending college in Long Beach, Teri Jackson began her career in the legal field as a legal assistant.

  • Bob Cowan Wins Specialty Contractor Achievement Award

    In 1971, Bob Cowan, President of Marina Landscape started a landscape endeavor with his older brother Richard. Over time, they developed the enterprise into what it is today.

  • Jim Carter, MCM Construction, Inc.

    MCM Construction, Inc. was founded in 1973, just 16 years after James Allen Carter started as a Laborer for C.B. Tuttle Construction on the 55 Freeway in Orange County.

  • 2015 Construction Leadership Conference

    AGC of Calfornia's Southern California Construction Leadership Council held its two day event on October 2nd and 3rd.

  • Shimmick's Ruben Sauceda Recognized for Safety Efforts

    Ruben Sauceda, Superintendent for Shimmick Construction Company, was recognized for his safety efforts.

  • AGC of California's First Place Safety Awards of Excellence Winners

    AGC of California honored California construction companies and individuals for their commitment to safety.

  • Griffith's Safety Application Earns Unique Safety Award

    The Unique Safety Award went to Griffith Company for its development of a safety application.

  • Harry Eckstein Safety Professional of the Year

    Monte Bridgewater, Safety Director, Hensel Phelps, is the AGC/Harry Eckstein Safety Professional of the Year.

  • Bart Oakland Connector Project

    The joint venture team of Flatiron and Parsons Transportation Group faced numerous safety challenges constructing the $375 million BART Oakland Connector Project.

  • Transbay Transit Center Project - Below Grade Structure

    A $113 million contract to construct the below grade structural portion of the Transbay Transit Center project earned Shimmick Construction Co. the Award of Excellence on a High Hazard job.

  • Camp Pendleton Hospital Replacement Project

    The Naval Hospital at Camp Pendleton is a 1 million-square-foot medical campus providing state-of-the-art healthcare services to the military and their families.

  • Scofield Bridge Deck Replacement

    Route 580 serves as a vital commercial transport artery for the most populous state in the nation.