The Arkansas Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America, Inc. is a voluntary trade association of commercial general contracting firms (highway, building and utility) specialty contractors and supply and service firms. The Arkansas Chapter was established in 1934. Its primary objectives are to pursue skill, integrity and responsibility in the construction industry, to provide training and to serve as the voice of the construction industry in Arkansas.

At AGC Arkansas, we grow and promote professionalism in the construction industry in order to provide the highest level of quality and value in building a better Arkansas.

AGC Arkansas adheres to the same values established by AGC of America in 1918.

SKILL – The possession and application of necessary technical knowledge and practical experience to execute contracts and perform required work in the most professional and efficient manner possible.

INTEGRITY – The consistency of character to operate each day according to the values, beliefs and principles of honesty and truthfulness, both personally and professionally.

RESPONSIBILITY – The moral and ethical code guiding one to follow the spirit of the law and fulfill all commitments promptly and completely.