Welcome to Maryland AGC
Welcome to Maryland AGC, the Maryland Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America!
Maryland AGC prides itself in bringing quality services to our members. We also value the communities in which our members live and work, and we seek to make whatever contribution we can to helping those who need our help. Above all we are proud to be a member of the construction industry.
We are so proud of our AGC of America Safety Award Winners pictured with Kevin Cannon Dir.Safety & Health Services, AGC of America.
Congratulations ~ Ryan Coudon, Plano-Coudon Construction; Steve Crist, John H. Hampshire, Inc.; Mike Drouin, Shade Construction Company; Tim Urban, Shade Construction Company; Bill Shade, Shade Construction Company; Chris Scott, Cianbro Corporation; Stan Tyszko, Cianbro Corporation; John Fischer, J. F. Fischer, Inc. Dave Fischer, Power & Combustion, Inc. Kevin Cannon, AGC of America & Erik Cartwright, J.F. Fischer, Inc.
September Special: Save 20% on all DVDs and receive free shipping.
AGC offers a variety of Safety DVDs for Construction Supervisors and employees alike. These videos can be used to train workers on different safety requirements for the job site, such as Electrical, Power & Hand Tool, and Hazard Communication. Help your employees learn all they need to know with our assortment of safety DVDs.
Use Code: DVD33
Take the opportunity to step outside, analyze the direction your organization is heading, listen and compare that with other construction professionals and take that perspective back to your organization.
As our premier event each year, the AGC Convention and Technology & Construction Solutions Expo is the ideal opportunity to see everything AGC can do for you and your business. This year's convention will include professional development sessions covering:
Workforce Development ♦ Drones in Construction ♦ Leadership ♦ Risk Management ♦ Quality Control ♦ Marketing.....and Much More!
This election season: Be Powerful, Be Prepared and Be Involved.
You can't vote if you're not registered... Mark your calendar for September 22-26: Employee Voter Registration Week!
Already registered? It’s time to learn about the issues and the candidates on the ballot. Once you’ve registered to vote, make your election plan. Mark your calendar for November 4th and go to your poll for your voice to be heard. It’s quick and easy!
As part of its commitment to “build community,” Plano-Coudon Construction hosted its 2nd Annual Golf Classic, raising $35,000 for Teach for America - Baltimore.
The Sept. 15 fundraiser at Hayfields Country Club attracted a sold-out crowd of 128 golfers as well as key sponsorship support from numerous area companies, including: K.C. Company – Pella Windows and Doors, HMS Insurance Associates, Zurich, PNC Financial Services Group, NetQuest, Asbestos Specialists Inc., Wells Fargo Advisors, and Emjay Engineering & Commercial Contractors.
“We are honored to do this to support an organization that places really savvy, highly educated, dynamic teachers in underprivileged areas and has tremendous impact on the lives of a lot of kids,” said Brett Plano, co-owner and founder. “We are also delighted that the Plano-Coudon Construction Golf Classic helps create awareness of Teach for America.”
Active in Baltimore public schools for the past 22 years, Teach For America recruits and develops a diverse corps of outstanding individuals from all academic disciplines to teach for a minimum of two years in high-needs schools and become lifelong leaders in the movement to end education inequality. Currently, nearly 300 Teach For America teachers are working in more than 100 Baltimore City and county schools, providing transformational education to more than 18,000 students.
“Our teachers are trained to serve children who are facing the challenges of poverty, and we see wonderful impacts from their efforts to make significant gains with each and every student every year,” said Tracie Lefevre, Managing Director of Development for Teach For America - Baltimore.
The Baltimore organization, Lefevre noted, relies on donations from corporations, foundations and individuals to meet 80 percent of its annual budget.
“So we are incredibly grateful for the partnership of Plano-Coudon Construction. We couldn’t do the work we do without this kind of support,” she said. “Not only do Plano-Coudon staff generously plan and execute a remarkable golf tournament that provides critical financial support and builds awareness for our work in Baltimore, but they invest personally in Teach for America by spending time volunteering in classrooms, inspiring our students as guest teachers, and working with our teachers to expand educational opportunities.”The golf outing and awards dinner, Plano said, gave Teach for America representatives an opportunity to discuss their work with “a diverse cross section of industry leaders in the Baltimore area".
Plano-Coudon Construction – a Baltimore City-based company with extensive experience in education construction – committed to providing significant, ongoing support to Teach For America a few years ago as part of its community service action plan. In addition to organizing the annual Golf Classic, the Baltimore City-based construction company gives employees one paid leave day annually to volunteer with a nonprofit of their choosing and a $100 donation for that charity.
“Many of our employees have been choosing to support Teach For America, and they support it in different ways,” Plano said.
In addition to spending time in the classroom, Plano-Coudon has donated construction services and materials to complete repairs at some area schools.
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Thank you Dirk Haire, Fox Rothschild, LLP Golf Tournament - Beverage Cart Sponsor
Thank you Chris Scott, Cianbro Corporation - Safety Awards Gala Sponsor
Thank you Steven Tripp, Chaney Enterprises
Thank you Jeff Hargrave, Mahogany Inc.
Golf Tournament Breakfast Sponsor
Thank you Ben Hardesty, Enterprise Fleet Management
Golf Shirt Sponsor