THE ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF ILLINOIS

Committees

AGC of Illinois is served by over 16 General and Joint Committees. These committees are the basis for policy change within the Association. Each committee reports to the Board of Directors regarding policy and procedural matters within the scope of its responsibility. Please review the full Committee Overview for more information about the AGC of Illinois Committees. 

2016   

Annual Convention
Bill Kinney (Kinney Contractors)

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Annual Golf Outing

Jim Kilian (The Kilian Corp.)

Annual Hog Roast
Matt Bennett (J.L. Hubbard Ins.)

Budget & Finance

Bill Kinney (Kinney Contractors)

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Building & Grounds Committee

Chip Reyhan (Sangamo Construction)

Collective Bargaining
Dave Mifflin (United Contractors Midwest)

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Information Technology
Chip Reyhan (Sangamo Construction)
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Education & Training Services
David Bruner (UCM)
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Education Auction
TBD

Education Sporting Clays
Rusty Tobey - Tobey's Const. & Cartage
Steve Ashe - E.T. Simonds Construction

Education Golf Outing
Jim Schwarz (Dunn Company-Retired)

Education Canadian Fishing Outing
Jim Bruner  (United Contractors Midwest)

David Tyrolt (Dunn Company)

Equal Opportunity
Matt Reyhan (Sangamo Construction)

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Governmental Affairs
Jim Bruner  (United Contractors Midwest)
Gene Keeley, (Keeley & Sons)
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Joint Coop Aeronautics
Bill Kinney (Kinney Contractors)
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Joint Coop Highways
Dave Mifflin, AGCI Chair (United Contractors Midwest)
Steve Williams (The Kilian Corp.)

Joint Coop Bridge Structures Subcommittee
Kyle Halverson (Halverson Construction)
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Joint Coop Policy Committee

Rusty Tobey - Tobey's Const. & Cartage

David Tyrolt (Dunn Company)

Membership

Mike Boucher (USI Midwest)

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Mid-Winter Seminar

David Tyrolt (Dunn Company)

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Nominating Committee

TBD
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Safety
Shawn Meier (Civil Construtors)

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