by David Molton
Posted 4/30/2012 12:00 am
Updated 2 years ago
The Arkansas Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is proud to host the Arkansas Construction Hall of Fame, but it belongs to the entire industry and to the entire state. Founded in 1999, the Arkansas Construction Hall of Fame recognizes those individuals that are held in esteem by their peers that have also demonstrated professionalism through their active support of the construction industry and through their civic and community involvement.
There have been 36 individuals inducted into the Hall of Fame since its founding and four more individuals will join them on May 2, 2012. These deserving individuals: Randy McNulty, Kent Pettit, PE, Jack See, FAIA and Joe Stanley, AIA will certainly add to the impressive list of names in the Hall of Fame.
The construction industry touches the lives of all Arkansans everyday. Whether it is the water that we drink, the roads on which we drive or the beautiful and functional buildings in which we sit, it is the individuals of the construction industry that made this possible. The Construction Hall Fame is a small way of saying thank you to those individuals, for life in Arkansas without their contributions would be unimaginable.
Arkansas Chapter, AGC of America, Inc.