On Solid Ground

Stevenson, James
March 2013
Cornerstone;Spring2013, p6
An interview with chairman of McCarthy Building Companies Inc. James Stevenson is presented. When asked about his involvement with the Houston, Texas Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America Inc. (AGC), he said that he interacted with a broader spectrum of the construction industry. He said that working with W.S. Bellows Construction Corp. in Houston, and the industry's help to medical centers for Tropical Storm Allison victims are the two defining moments of his career.


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