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AGC Presidents

Every year, AGC of America elects a new president to lead the association. The president is an AGC member who has demonstrated commitment to the organization along with exceptional leadership and vision. As you browse through the presidents, feel free to leave a comment with your thoughts or memories.

1977

S. Peter Volpe (1977)

S. Peter Volpe (1977) Another ACG presidential legacy, Volpe’s brother – Massachusetts Governor John Volpe – served in AGC’s highest office 17 years [read more...]

1976

Ben M. Hogan (1976)

Ben M. Hogan (1976) Ben Hogan graduated from Stanford University in 1950 with a degree in civil engineering, serving first in the Army [read more...]

1975

1974

1973

1972

James D. Mcclary (1972)

James D. Mcclary (1972) James Daly McClary’s 45-year construction journey began and ended with the Boise-based engineering giant Morrison-Knudsen. He began working for [read more...]

1971

1970

1969

Carl M. Halvorson (1969)

Carl M. Halvorson (1969) While AGC members would certainly purport their presidents to be among the nation’s most influential citizens, few have earned [read more...]

1968

Fred W. Mast (1968)

Fred W. Mast (1968) Mast graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in architectural engineering. Beginning his professional tenure with the [read more...]

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