Tagged: arkansas chapter of the associated general contractors of america

Safety Directors Keep Eye On Construction Sites

by Mark Friedman 4/20/2015 12:00 am

Contractors, builders and construction executives say accident prevention keeps costs and accidents down at work sites. Having a safety director on a job site could help prevent worker injuries, said Richard Hedgecock, the executive vice president of the Associated General Contractors Arkansas, the state’s largest commercial construction trade association.

Michael Hocutt Selected To Head General Contractors Association (Movers & Shakers)

by Arkansas Business Staff 2/9/2015 12:00 am

Michael Hocutt, president of Clark Power Corp. of Little Rock, has been chosen to lead the Associated General Contractors of Arkansas as 2015 president. Hocutt represents the utility division and has 37 years of industry experience.

AGC's Richard Hedgecock on Building More with Less in Commercial Construction

by Arkansas Business Staff 12/2/2013 12:00 am

Richard Hedgecock became the executive vice president of Associated General Contractors Arkansas, the state’s largest commercial construction trade association, a year ago.

Construction Industry Labor Shortages Loom in Arkansas

by George Waldon 4/15/2013 12:00 am

Leaders in the Arkansas construction industry are expecting demand soon will begin to exceed supply in some important building trades. Those anticipated shortages start in the near future with electricians, plumbers and masons as the economy rebounds and construction demand picks up.

Letter From Arkansas Chapter, ACG of America President David Molton

by David Molton 4/30/2012 12:00 am

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.

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