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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.

1998

Peter K.W. Wert (1998)

Peter K.W. Wert (1998) “The family-owned business, I believe, is the core of America’s economic engine,” Pete Wert said back in 2002. Wert, [read more...]

1997

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1995

1994

1993

Byron L. Farrell (1993)

Byron L. Farrell (1993) After graduating from Purdue University with a degree in civil engineering, Farrell joined the ranks of the longstanding Illinois [read more...]

1992

Robins H. Jackson (1992)

Robins H. Jackson (1992) Careful stewardship and an intelligent balance between protecting the environment and economic growth were among the hallmarks of Jackson’s [read more...]

1991

1990

Daniel Kirk Fordice (1990)

Daniel Kirk Fordice (1990) A native of Memphis, TN, Fordice studied engineering at Purdue University, earning both undergraduate and graduate degrees before serving [read more...]

1989

Paul Emerick (1989)

Paul Emerick (1989) Emerick, who became chairman of AGC’s Building Division and chaired and served on dozens of other committees, began his professional [read more...]

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