The Associated General Contractors of Illinois (or AGCI as many of our members come to call us) is one of the largest, most influential heavy-highway trade organizations in Illinois. We also have a close relationship with IDOT and the Illinois legislature – making sure your voice is heard.

As a member you'll not only receive access to a complete range of programs and services, you'll also be kept up-to-date on industry news and receive VIP invites to various networking events. And seeing as our membership base includes both contractors and suppliers, the business opportunities that arise more than make up for the investment you've made in our association.

Special Membership Offer

Special Membership Offer

Attention contractors...join today and receive dues for the first three years at $1,350.  Specialty contractor dues for the first three years will be $1,000.  Year one assessments will be 1/3 the normal rate; year two assessments will be 2/3 the normal rate; and year three assessments will be the normal rate. 


Membership includes:

  • Influence with IDOT
  • Political Clout in Lobbying Efforts
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Training and Education
  • Labor Relations
  • Employment Law and Guidance
  • Safety and Loss Control
  • EEO and DBE Services
  • Bid Lettings and Tabulation

Additional Member Benefits:
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Mark Your Calendar

Mark Your Calendar

July 8
Canadian Fishing Outing
Moose Point Lodge
July 8-13

July 21
IDOT Policy Committee
10:00 a.m. - IDOT

July 22
St. Louis Baseball Outing
St. Louis
More details to follow

July 22
Budget & Finance Committee
Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark

Industry Watch

Industry Watch

Construction Spending Slips in May but Rises for First Five Months of 2016, with Robust Year-To-Date Increases in Most Private and Public Categories

Stormwater, Process Water, WOTUS and More at AGC's 2016 Contractors Environmental Conference

Construction Employment Declines or Stagnates in Over One-Third of U.S. Metro Areas Between May 2015 and 2016 as infrastructure Outlays Shrivel