South Florida Associated General Contractors

The Associated General Contractors of South Florida realizes the vital impact the construction industry has upon the well-being, comfort and safety of the entire public, and this awesome role requires professional responsibility founded upon honor and trust. This responsibility requires, among other things, that we seek to improve construction methods, management and service, to eliminate uneconomical and improper practices, and to build responsibility throughout the industry. It surely cannot mean less than the establishment of construction service which will give to the investing public an assurance of skill and faithful performance.


Wednesday, February 11, 2015

5 Critical Construction Contract Clauses

Everyone seems to have their own form of contract these days. Whether it’s the general contractor, subcontractor or design professional, each one has...

Last week, AGC staff attended a “training session” for contractors, subcontractors and other who must comply with the new Broward County “Hard to Hire” program.

County Administrative Policy and Procedures (CAPP)
Volume 14 - Workforce Investment Pilot Program Implementation Procedures
Section I
General Chapter Information

Dear Chairman Gort, Please accept this letter of opposition to the "Responsible Wage" initiative (File Number 15-00035) currently pending before the Commission.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Davis Bacon Ordinance

The public interest requires that contractors receiving municipal and other public funds for municipal projects be held to a certain minimum standards that promote efficiency, ethics, transparency, and accountability.

Congressman Carlos Curbelo
Newly Elected Florida Congressional Representative
Monday March 9, 2015 Sofitel Hotel
6:00PM – Reception 6:30PM Dinner and Program

The South Florida AGC was the first AGC chapter in the nation to offer on line STP (Supervisory Training Program) on line, through a partnership with San Diego State University, the AGC of America and

Please join us as we host our free Continuing Education Event: Engineering 101 for Contractors, followed by a round of golf at the Palm Aire Country Club's championship course, Cypress.

On December 29, 2014, the Small Business Administration (SBA) issued proposed rules which, if implemented, will change regulations and implement provisions of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2013 (NDAA), impacting small business subcontracting, joint ventures, affiliation, and set aside contracts.
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