AGC ARKANSAS NAMES NEW EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
Brad Spradlin has been named the Executive Vice President of AGC Arkansas, the Arkansas Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America, located in Little Rock.Little Rock, Ark. February 28, 2023: Brad Spradlin has been named the Executive Vice President of AGC Arkansas, the Arkansas Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America, located in Little Rock. Spradlin brings with him more than 20 years of experience in the construction industry. He was formerly with Baldwin & Shell Construction Company where his focus was on education and safety training, and risk management. He has also served several terms over five years on both the AGC of America's National Steering Committee, as well as the AGC Arkansas Executive Committee, and was awarded AGC Arkansas' Outstanding Member of the Year in 2022. “I could not be more excited for this opportunity. My career has been built in the construction industry, so I have a deep connection to our members and great passion for the mission of AGC Arkansas. I look forward to improving our efforts to promote and advocate for the construction industry in our great state,” said Spradlin.
Upon Spradlin's employment, AGC Arkansas Board President Paul Drury, of CPC Midsouth, commented, “Brad brings a passion and commitment to this role that is unequaled by any in recent history and will represent our members with the same honesty, integrity, and hard work of the contractors we stand for.”
AGC Arkansas is the regional organization of the Associated General Contractors of America, Inc. AGC Arkansas was established in 1934, as a voluntary trade association of commercial general contracting firms (highway, building, and utility); specialty contractors; as well as supply and service firms.
For more information, contact Jen Adams at email@example.com or 501-375-4436 or visit www.agcar.net.