Associated General Contractors of Minnesota Celebrating 100 years

Associated General 
Contractors of Minnesota
is looking to the
next 100 years! 


Celebrating 100 Years (1919 - 2019)


Organized in 1919, AGC of Minnesota is the first recognized chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America. The association operates as a centralized point of focus for information dissemination, education and training, and for leadership on important industry related issues. The diverse and collective knowledge of AGC of Minnesota is powerful and impacts the building and highway construction industries throughout the state.

Associated General Contractors of Minnesota

This Membership 
Comes with Benefits

For over 100 years, AGC of Minnesota has helped to shape and support the building and highway construction industries of Minnesota. Skill, responsibility and integrity are the tenets upon which the organization was founded, and they continue to guide it today. These ideals infuse the member-focused offerings of the association.

AGC of Minnesota Is a Trusted Resource.


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The Next 100 - A Celebration of Building the Future!
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The Next 100 - A Celebration of Building the Future!

Starts December 11, 2019

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Career Search

AGC of Minnesota partners with BirdDogHR to connect our members with skilled job seekers! 


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DBE RFP Information

Any AGC of Minnesota member may post DBE/MBE/WBE RFPs on this site.


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Tim Worke speaks out on workforce shortage, Duluth Community Benefits Program

Posted August 26, 2019

AGC CEO Tim Worke responds to a Duluth News Tribune article regarding construction workforce shortages

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Letter to Laborers District Council re: Duct Bank Work

Posted June 21, 2019

AGC has provided the Laborers District Council with a letter documenting the common and historic work assignment practices of those signatory with the Laborers when constructing electrical duct bank and utility service entrances.

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CHASE contractors report lowest ever incidence rates!

Posted June 7, 2019

With an incidence rate of 1.97, CHASE contractors are 60.6% safer than the Minnesota construction industry average rate of 5.0.

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