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Charles Greco (2015)


Charles Greco (2015) “Chuck” Greco left Texas A&M University in 1978, a degree in building construction behind him and more than a dozen household moves ahead of him as he climbed the corporate ladder at the Texas-based Linbeck Group, from entry-level employee to company chairman. During his tenure, Greco has overseen many illustrious projects, [read more...]


AGC of Missouri


The current AGC of Missouri was founded on December 18, 2014.  It was founded by a merger of the former AGC of Missouri that was founded on November 15, 1925.  AGC of Missouri was founded on founded on December 29, 1949 as a merger of the Master Builders Association founded on March 25, 1896 [read more...]


Al L. Landes (2014)


Al L. Landes (2014) Unlike the many contractors born into the industry, Landes’ route was “adoption.” He called Bill Herzog, founder of Herzog Contracting Corp., his “professional father,” and indeed, his career at Herzog – which began with a $2 an hour estimator’s position culminated decades later in the post of Chief Operating Officer, [read more...]


Paul W. Diederich (2013)


Paul W. Diederich (2013) North Dakota native Paul W. Diederich was driving company vehicles for his family’s construction business, Industrial Builders, at age 14. Growing up with a dad who served as the AGC President in his home state meant he learned about the benefits of membership early on. His first personal connection was [read more...]


Joseph H. Jarboe (2012)


Joseph H. Jarboe (2012) Maryland native Joe Jarboe was born with math and science in his blood, but it wasn’t his father’s medical practice that called to him when college rolled around, it was engineering. After graduating from Duke University in 1969, Jarboe took his first job back in the D.C.-area with J.W. Bateson [read more...]


Kristine L. Young (2011)


Kristine L. Young (2011) Young was the first woman to serve AGC in its highest office. Daughter of Gene Miller, who founded Des Moines, IA-based boring and tunneling firm Miller the Driller in 1948, she served as the company’s president from 1982 to 2004. Being first wasn’t new for Young; she is the only [read more...]


Ted J. Aadland (2010)


Ted J. Aadland (2010) This Oakland, CA-native served his country in Vietnam and his chosen industry – construction – for more than four decades, and he’s still going strong. His overseas training as a combat engineer saw him building roads and bridges and upon his return home, he attended the Heald Engineering College in [read more...]


J. Doug Pruitt (2009)


J. Doug Pruitt (2009) With an AS degree in construction engineering from Oklahoma State University and a 45-year construction career in his rear-view, J. Doug Pruitt stepped down from his post as the CEO of the Arizona-based Sundt Construction in 2011. During his tenure, which began in 1966, he rose through a litany of [read more...]


Douglas E. Barnhart (2008)


Douglas E. Barnhart (2008) A native of the Lone Star State, Barnhart graduated from Texas Tech with a degree in civil engineering in 1969, moving immediately into a position with the U.S. Navy Civil Engineer Corps. In 1975, he embarked on a post-military career with C.E. Wylie Construction, leaving in 1983 to establish his [read more...]


Steve L. Massie (2007)


Steve L. Massie (2007) After studying civil engineering at Virginia Tech, Massie joined the Virginia-based road, site and utility construction firm his father, Jack L. Massie, founded in 1947, learning the trade and rising to the office of CEO in 2005. An active alumnus, he is a member of the industry board of Virginia [read more...]

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