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.
Subcontractors/Specialty Contractors 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 - Supplier
Affiliate members, engage principally in the manufacture and/or sale of materials, equipment, and/or services used by contractors engaged in construction i.e. Accounting, Architects, Banks, Engineers, Equipment, Lawyers, Printing, Suppliers etc
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. The dues are $1500 for the first year. This includes the membership dues for AGC of Ohio and AGC of America. After the first year, the dues are based on Volume of Work. You will receive a chart to determine your volume dues.
Ohio divisions of AGC