AGC Meets with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Military and Civilian Leaders
Discuss Partnering and Agency Reforms
Recently, AGC met with the Commanding General and Chief of Engineers, Military and Civilian leaders of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. AGC and the Army Corps discussed how the agency can improve communication and partnering with the construction industry. Among the suggestions, AGC urged more meetings on a regular basis between Army Corps Regions/Districts and AGC local chapters, improved change and budget management, and increase training for Army Corps acquisition personnel.
AGC members have long and successful history of working with the US Army Corps to build our nation’s infrastructure. This includes building bridges, tunnels, waterworks facilities, waste treatment facilities, dams, water conservation projects, dredging inland waterways, deepening ports and harbors, and so forth. AGC will continue to have an open dialogue with the Army Corps in order to improve the level of coordination that is necessary to deliver quality federal construction projects
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