THE ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS OF ILLINOIS

Why Join?

 

AGC of Illinois is the only statewide association representing highway, heavy and utility contractors in Illinois. AGC of Illinois offers a complete range of programs and services to its contractor and affiliate members. 

As an AGCI member --- Your voice will be heard loud and clear: 

  • a proactive force in the legislature
  • building relationships in the General Assembly
  • influence with IDOT
  • improved labor relations
  • up-to-date industry information - know what bills to watch, support or oppose
  • education on the legislative process
  • political clout and effective lobbying efforts
  • consistently been in the forefront on every Capital Plan and have brought three Capital Programs to our industry

For more information on becoming a member contact Judy Wainman, Director of Member Services at AGC of Illinois.

Special Membership Offer

2015 MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN:

Beginning January 2, 2015 the AGCI Membership Committee, with the approval of the Board of Directors, will begin a three-year membership campaign. Reductions in dues and assessments will be as follows:

Active member dues - $1,350 annually

Specialty Contractor dues - $1,000 annually

1st Year – Assessments will be invoiced at one-third the normal rate as listed above.

2nd Year – Assessments will be invoiced at 2/3 the normal rate as listed above

3rd Year – Assessments will be invoiced at the normal rate as listed above.

Application for Active Membership (Downstate)

Application for Active Membership (District 1)
Application for Associate Membership

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