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Many of you already know AGC of America's philanthropic arm, AGC Charities Inc., is undertaking its most ambitious Autodesk Operation Opening Doors project yet. In honor of the association's Centennial Year, AGC Charities is renovating an historic dairy barn to serve as the new national headquarters of the Warrior Canine Connection, a group that works with veterans with invisible wounds to have them train service dogs to help other veterans in need. The process of training the service dogs provides incredible therapeutic value for the veterans with invisible wounds, as this video makes clear. 

Anyone can contribute to the project by clicking here and selecting the "Operation Opening Doors – Warrior Canine Connection" option. You can also mail a check, payable to AGC Charities Inc., to: AGC Charities, 2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300, Arlington, VA 22201. And of course, please feel free to contact Brian Turmail at 703-459-0238 or with any questions, to request additional information about the effort or to find out how your firm can be further involved in helping AGC Charities make history this year.
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Featuring the 2019 AGC Equipment, Technology & Construction Solutions Expo
Daily Recap
At the Closing Session on February 28, 2018, AGC dished out more impressive awards. AGC of Texas was honored with the AGC in the Community Award Chapter for organizing a hurricane relief fund for the maintenance crews of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). For more information on the AGC in Community Awards, click here. San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Engineering and Construction was named as the first-ever Diverse Business of the Year award winner. The association also awarded Diversity and Inclusion Excellence Awards to Austin Commercial, based in the Texas state capitol, in the large contractor category; Bjork Construction in Fremont, California, won for a small contractor; and Massachusetts Port Authority for a service or supply firm. The Diversity & Inclusion Chapter Award went to the San Antonio Chapter of AGC. For more information about this award program, sponsored by Willis Towers Watson, including pictures of the award winners, please click here.

Three student construction chapters were also honored at the Closing Session. Iowa State University was named student chapter of 2017. California State University, Chico and Boise State University were the second and third place winners, respectively.



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