Committee Volunteer Form
Once you have completed this form and have checked all committees that you are interested in, click Submit at the very bottom of this form. You will receive a confirmation email and further information will be emailed to you directly from the staff liaison of the committee(s) you have volunteered for. ** AGC San Diego members only.**
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Please check all committees that you are interested in joining:
Affiliate Members Council
Chairperson: Matthew Karver, CliftonLarsonAllen (CLA). Meets: 4 Times per year. The Affiliate Members’ Council is comprised of members from AGC Affiliate firms. The Council presents the Board with policy recommendations, and the AGC Committees with program recommendations that meet the specific needs of the Affiliate Members. Specific responsibilities include the Spring Golf Tournament, the Affiliate Day Golf Outing, Mixer, and support of other meetings and events.
Airport Authority Liaison Committee
Chairperson: Tom Gannon, Swinerton. Meets: 4 Times per year. This committee meets with the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority to discuss issues of importance between the construction industry and Airport officials. This committee has the responsibility to make sure industry and Airport concerns are addressed and communicated on a regular basis to the membership. The committee’s focus is in solving the day-to-day challenges faced on construction sites. Topics will include but are not limited to bidding practices; specification content; payment schedules; inspection methods etc. The Government Relations Committee is responsible for general political matters involving the Airport Authority.
Build & Serve Charitable Alliance
Co-Chairs: Julia Hope, Erickson-Hall Construction Co. and Ben Swanson, Hensel Phelps. Meets: 5 Times per year (every other month). The Build & Serve Committee provides opportunities for AGC members to “give back” to the community. This committee selects charitable "build" and "serve" projects and programs throughout San Diego County to help those in need.
Caltrans/SANDAG Liaison Committee
Chairperson: Mike Spain, Skanska, USA Civil West California District. Meets: 4 Times per year. This committee meets with Caltrans/SANDAG officials to discuss issues of importance between the construction industry and Caltrans/SANDAG officials. It has the responsibility to make sure industry and Caltrans/SANDAG concerns are addressed and communicated on a regular basis to the membership. The committee also has the responsibility to coordinate with the San Diego AGC and the AGC of California Committees that meets with Caltrans headquarters officials in Sacramento. The committee’s focus is on solving day to day challenges faced on construction sites. Topics will include but are not limited to bidding practices; specification content; payment schedules; inspection methods etc. The Government Relations Committee is responsible for general political matters involving Caltrans, road funding, etc.
City of San Diego Liaison Committee
Chairperson: Elan Schier, TC Construction Company, Inc., Inc. Meets: 6 Times per year. This committee meets with the City of San Diego and periodically with other cities in San Diego County to discuss issues of importance between the construction industry and City officials. This committee has the responsibility to make sure industry and City concerns are addressed and communicated on a regular basis to the membership. The committee’s focus is in solving the day-to-day challenges faced on construction sites. Topics will include but are not limited to bidding practices; specification content; payment schedules; inspection methods etc. The Government Relations Committee is responsible for general political matters involving the City of San Diego.
Construction Education & Training Committee
Chairperson: Kari Kyne, Kyne Construction, Inc. Meets: 4 Times per year. The Construction Education & Training Committee is to provide cutting edge education and training opportunities in the following areas: 1) Education Seminars: The committee develops and offer courses each year in a number of areas including Supervisory Training; Construction Business and Management; Executive Leadership; Project Management/Engineering; and Construction Technology. Courses should be designed to range from short 1-2 hour seminars to full day or two day offerings with nationally known speakers. 2) AGC Scholarship Program: The committee is also charged with overseeing the AGC Scholarship Program. The AGC Educational Trust provides funding for scholarships mainly to San Diego State University and Community Colleges within San Diego, with the goal to transfer to SDSU’s CEM Program after 2 years. 3) SDSU Construction Engineering and Management Program: The committee provides resources to assist SDSU with the J.R. Filanc Construction Engineering and Management Program.
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Construction Leadership Council (CLC)
Chairperson: Dusan Selezan, Balfour Beatty Construction. Meets: 6-10 Times per year. The AGC San Diego Construction Leadership Council (CLC) encourage a higher level of involvement in the AGC, create and promote industry innovations, foster face-to-face collaboration among early to mid-career professionals, addresses important industry issues and concerns, and provides crucial feedback to the AGC San Diego leadership which will help to structure the AGC of the 21st century. The CLC is part of AGC of America which provides an open forum for early to mid‐career construction professionals to receive training, network, socialize with peers and exchange ideas on special issues facing the construction industry. The CLC offers young members exposure to other professionals within the industry, opportunities to augment their education through relevant programs, and assists in developing strong leaders for the association and the industry as a whole. Companies benefit by gaining well rounded and more professional individuals who gain additional perspectives from being exposed to industry leaders and peer groups.
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County of San Diego Liaison Committee
Chairperson: Jason Mordhorst, Hazard Construction Company. Meets: 3 Times per year. This committee meets with the County of San Diego to discuss issues of importance between the construction industry and County officials. This committee has the responsibility to make sure industry and the County’s concerns are addressed and communicated on a regular basis to the membership. The committee’s focus is in solving the day-to-day challenges faced on construction sites. The County is represented by officials from the Public Works Dept. (engineering projects) and the County General Services (building projects). Topics include but are not limited to bidding practices; specification content; payment schedules; inspection methods etc. The Government Relations Committee is responsible for general political matters involving the County of San Diego.
Government Relations Committee
Chairperson: Dave Donnelly. Meets: 4-6 Times per year. The Government Relations Committee ensures that AGC of San Diego keeps a high profile position in the “political arena” at the local, regional, state, and national levels. This involves a continual analysis of all political efforts affecting the industry. The committee annually develops legislative positions for distribution to the membership. It works closely with our legislative advocate in Sacramento, and with the AGC of California and AGC of America on all statewide and federal legislative matters. The committee is responsible for advocacy of adequate infrastructure investment.
Human Resource Practices Committee
Co Chairs: Jennifer Mouritzen, Pacific Rim Mechanical Meets: 4 Times per year. The committee serves as a resource for AGC members on employment and other human resource issues facing contractors. The committee aims to serve its members in three primary ways: 1) Create and deliver services that educate and offer compliance assistance on human resources issues to the AGC membership at large. 2) Serve as a forum for human resources professionals in order to share information, solve problems, and network. 3) To promote the human resources function as an integral business partner in creating and maintaining a successful organization.
Meetings & Events Committee
Chairperson: Rachael Gonzalez, West Coast Air Conditioning. Meets: 4 Times per year; Subcommittees in charge of specific events may meet more often prior to the event. The Meetings & Events Committee oversees, plans, and assists in organizing all AGC meetings and events. The committee is responsible for ensuring that AGC meetings and events are relevant, meet the membership’s needs, and are well planned and organized. Meetings/Events include: Spring Conference; Winter Conference; Membership Mixers; Spring Golf; EGCC Golf Classic; Baseball Bash; Day at the Races; Affiliate Day Golf; Build San Diego; AGC Softball Classic; Holiday Dinner Dance; and Membership Meetings. Committee members actively participate in one or two of the above events as well as attend the regularly scheduled general committee meetings.
NAVFAC Liaison Committee
Chairperson: Matt Ferguson, Straub Construction, Inc. Meets: 2 Times per year. This committee meets on a regular basis with the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southwest Division to discuss issues of importance between the construction industry and Navy officials. This committee has the responsibility to develop a meaningful dialogue with Navy personnel on a variety of issues including specifications; delivery systems; change order procedures; contracts etc. The committee’s focus is in solving the day to day challenges faced on construction sites.
Public Building Liaison Committee
Chairperson: John Messick, Sundt Construction, Inc. Meets: 5-6 Times per year. This committee is charged with the responsibility of maintaining an open line of communication with various public agencies involved in building construction. The committee addresses current issues through individual task forces that are critical to the relationship between contractors, subcontractors, and the public agencies. Members of this committee may also volunteer for liaison committees established with San Diego Community Colleges, and other school districts.
Safety Committee
Chairperson: Eric Silva, Dynalectric Company, Vice Chair: Julie McConnaughy, Tower Glass, Inc. Meets: Monthly (first Wednesday of each month). The committee is tasked with promoting and delivering services that maintain and improve safety in the construction industry. Services include monitoring, communicating, and understanding Federal OSHA and Cal OSHA policies and procedures, continually publishing updated safety information, providing state-of-the art consulting and safety educational opportunities, and continually searching for new ways to motivate the industry to upgrade safety consciousness. The committee is charged with monitoring local, state, and national legislation that involves the construction industry. It is the committee’s responsibility to prepare AGC positions for consideration by the Government Relations Committee and the Board of Directors. In addition, the committee has responsibility for developing and administering a five year Strategic Plan impacting both San Diego and Imperial Counties.ir
San Diego Port District Liaison Committee
Chairperson: Jon Ruth, Marathon Construction Corporation. Meets: 3 Times per year. This committee meets with the San Diego Port District to discuss issues of importance between the construction industry and Port officials. This committee has the responsibility to make sure industry and Port concerns are addressed and communicated on a regular basis to the membership. The committee’s focus is in solving the day to day challenges faced on construction sites. Topics will include but are not limited to bidding practices; specification content; payment schedules; inspection methods etc. The Government Relations Committee is responsible for general political matters involving the Port District.
Specialty Contractors' Council
Co-Chairs: Rob Thomson, California Sheet Metal Works and Joe DeYoung, Benchmark Landscape, Inc. Meets: 6 Times per year. The Contractor/Specialty Contractor Council is comprised of members from Contractor/Specialty Contractor AGC firms. The Council presents the Board with policy recommendations and the AGC Committees with program recommendations that meet the specific needs of the Contractor/Specialty Contractor Members. The Specialty Council presents AGC Members Awards each year. They also organize the "Meet your GC" luncheons, and organize and sponsor the SDSU Aztec Football Tailgate and other projects as needed. Terms on this council are for two years.
Technology Committee
Chairperson: Derek Renn, Bergelectric Corporation. Meets: 6 Times per year (every other month). This committee is tasked to provide the industry leadership and direction in the following areas: Identify, explore, and critique the construction industry's technology trends and information needs. The committee is charged with the responsibility to identify, explore and critique the new trends in which technology advancements will help make the construction industry operate on a more efficient and effective basis. In this capacity, the committee will be charged with researching new and better means and methods that will help the industry now and in the future. Provide the industry technological training and education. The committee is charged with utilizing the information generated in the above item and developing a training and educational program that will allow members to view new technologies and to be trained in their usage.
Water Authority Liaison Committee
Chairperson: Steve Fry, Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. Meets: 2 Times per year. This committee meets to discuss issues of importance between the construction industry and Water Authority officials. This committee has the responsibility to make sure industry and Water Authority concerns are addressed and communicated on a regular basis to the membership. The committee’s focus is in solving the day to day challenges faced on construction sites. Topics include, bidding practices, specification content, payment schedules, inspection methods, etc. The Government Relations Committee is responsible for generating political matters involving the Water Authority.
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