Working Together, Planning for a Great Chapter

Scott, Bill
January 2017
Cornerstone;Winter2017, p7
The article presents the author's views on the achievements of trade organization Associated General Contractors (AGC) Houston emphasizing on the development of the workforce, the changes in the construction industry, and the need for participation of members for improving the organization.


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