Cornerstone - Fall 2015 - (Page 24)

PAST EVENTS May Member Mixer AGC Houston members headed to Crisp restaurant in The Heights on May 7 for our quarterly membership networking mixer. Many thanks to all who attended and to event sponsor Lonquist Risk Management Services. Congratulations to Nancy Gleason, Slack & Co. Contracting, Inc. who won an iPad mini! AGC Houston Committees Report on Accomplishments and Challenges AGC Houston committees hosted a meeting on Wednesday, June 3, to update the Board of Directors and other -com-m ittee members about their recent accom-plishments and challenges. Members heard from Tad Lewis, McCarthy Building  Com-panies, Inc.; James Bryant, Anslow Bryant Construction, Ltd.; Liz Debaillon, Cokinos, Bosien & Young; Tommy Lee, W. S. Bellows Construction Corp.; Susan Phillips, Tellepsen; John Marshall, Satterfield & Pontikes Construction, Inc.; Kyle Holland, Gilbane Building Company; Jim Stevenson, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.; and Jerry Nevlud, AGC Houston, who reported on the Membership, Education/Professional Development, Employment Practices, Construction Futures, Safety, Government Affairs, and Industry Liaison committees. AGC Houston Recognized for 25 Years of RDA Corporate Sponsorship About 200 members of the Rice Design Alliance gathered for the 2015 Annual Membership Meeting and Reception on Wednesday, June 10, at Kirksey-designed LEED Platinum Certified 3009 Post Oak Boulevard in Uptown Houston. The event also served to elect new directors to the board and introduce officers for 2015-2016. AGC Houston was honored with an award to mark its 25 years of corporate sponsorship. During the meeting, Kirksey Executive Vice President Bob Inaba discussed the building's architecture. The meeting also served to recognize outgoing board members and newly elected officers and board members. Rice Design Alliance Board member Doug Combes, Chamberlin Roofing & Waterproofing, introduced returning directors and new board of directors members, which include Jack Bellows, W. S. Bellows Construction Corp. [L-R]: Carri Glassman Shoemake, Glassman Shoemake Maldonado Architects; Doug Combes, Cham- berlin Roofing & Waterproofing; and Jerry Nevlud, AGC Houston. First Class of Leadership AGC Celebrates Graduation at Local Micro Brewery Some of the graduates of the Leadership AGC Class of 2015 met on June 18 at Karbach Brewery to celebrate the completion of the year-long class. Leadership AGC launched in September 2014 as an eight-module program designed to develop and grow our industry's future leaders. 24 Pictured are Adam Ryan, Slack & Co. Contracting; James Newman, Marek Brothers Systems, Inc.; Kyle Holland, Gilbane Building Co.; Craig Kutac and Stephen Turner, Brookstone, LP; Blake Wehmeyer, Andrews Myers, PC; and Allston Marble, Linbeck Group, LLC. Cornerstone

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Cornerstone - Fall 2015

From the Chairman of the Board, Bill Scott, III
From the President/CEO, Jerry Nevlud
Big Money for Contractors and Other Victories for the Commercial Construction Industry
Best Practices: Look Before You Leap – HR Advice on Knowing the Whole Story
In Memoriam: Remembering AGC Houston Members
Midyear Meeting Recognizes Excellence in Safety
AGC Houston Members Recognized at Texas Building Branch 2015 Convention
Committed to Safety
Past Events
Member News
C3 Hosts Town Hall Meeting for Specialty Contractors
Index of Advertisers/

Cornerstone - Fall 2015