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AGC of Colorado Honor 25- and 50-Year Associate and Supplier Members

DENVER — AGC of Colorado honored 50-year and 25-year associate members who provide essential professional services and equipment to the construction industry at the December 2018 Breakfast with the Board and Outlook 2019 Associate/Supplier Showcase. With more than 400 construction industry professionals in attendance, AGC of Colorado recognized the importance of all team members and the critical roles they play in bringing Colorado’s construction projects to fruition.

The seven 50-year or more members who have been advocates for the construction industry in Colorado through AGC of Colorado include:

  • Dodge Data & Analytics (since 1954)
  • Holmes Murphy (since 1961)
  • Waco Scaffolding & Equipment Co. (since 1960)
  • Willis Towers Watson (since 1961)
  • Zurich North America (since 1956)

The associate and supplier members who have supported AGC of Colorado for the past 25 years or more include:

  • Blockwick Einstein Krahenbuhl, LLC (since 1977)
  • Brundage-Bone Concrete Pumping, Inc. (since 1989)
  • Chubb (since 1976)
  • Demand Construction Services, Inc. (since 1986)
  • Denver Wire Rope & Chain Supply (since 1991)
  • Faegre Baker Daniels, LLP (since 1988)
  • Fisher Phillips (since 1975)
  • Flood & PetHerson (since 1976)
  • FMI Corporation (since 1977)
  • General Air Service & Supply (since 1976)
  • Hall & Evans, LLC (since 1992)
  • Honnen Equipment Company (since 1969)
  • IMA, Inc. (since 1990)
  • Liberty Mutual Surety (since 1977)
  • Lockton Companies, LLC (since 1970)
  • Martin, Vejvoda & Associates, Inc. (since 1973)
  • Moody Insurance Agency, Inc. (since 1974)
  • Olson & Olson Ltd. (since 1983)
  • Profitool, Inc. (since 1989)
  • Sherman & Howard, LLC (since 1985)
  • Sibson Consulting, A Division of Segal (since 1969)
  • TRAVELERS (since 1971)
  • USI Colorado, LLC (since 1985)
  • Wagner Rents (since 1990)
  • Wipfli-Bauerle (since 1979)

During these times when the upcoming construction outlook for 2019 in Colorado indicates a slight decline in growth, as presented by 64-year member Dodge Data & Analytics, the importance of relationships between general contractors and suppliers becomes even more important. AGC of Colorado is proud to serve as a conduit for these industry connections in providing resources and insights to all construction team members.

 

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