I podcast AGCMO

I podcast AGCMO

This podcast provides information about the construction industry in Missouri. Interviews are presented from construction industry leaders and various building, highway, heavy, and infrastructure related experts.... Show More

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September 21, 2020 12 min

Bob Lanham, President of AGC of America and Williams Brothers Construction discusses the industry future in part two of a two-part interview.

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Bob Lanham, President of AGC of America and Williams Brothers Construction discusses his history with his company and AGC in part one of a two-part interview.

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Political Action Committee Issues during the 2020 Election Year are discussed with Denise Hasty, VP of Advocacy and Public Relations

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Scott Drury of Bloomsdale Excavating talks about his business and appointment as an honorary Missouri State Highway Patrolman.

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Workforce challenges in Missouri are discussed with Mardy Leathers, DMgt, Director, Office of Workforce Development

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Jackie Smith, member of the NFL Hall of Fame, talks about his new role with the Missouri National Veterans Memorial.  www.mnvmfund.org

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Construction specifications and the Construction Alliance are described by Steve Gantner, Jr. of Conspectus

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The work of AllianceSTL to attract business to St. Louis is described by Steve Johnson, President and CEO

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Wayne Rivers, President of the Family Business Institute, Inc. describes the ways to professionalize your construction business operations.

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Meet the newest AGCMO staff team member, Charlyce Ruth

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Missouri Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe talks about current and future opportunities for Missouri

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Three Rivers College construction preparedness programs are discussed with Will Cooper, MBA, Director, Workforce Development

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Howardville Community Betterment and the history of Howardville High School are discussed with Vannessa Frazier, Executive Director.

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Missouri's Fast Track program and other workforce issues discussed with Zora Mulligan, Commissioner of Higher Education.

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Teresa Martin, Executive Vice President / Producer for Lockton Companies discusses changes in the construction risk management field and her role as Chair of AGC of America's Supplier / Service Provider Council

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ARTBA Chairman Steve McGough from HCSS discusses federal and state transportation issues.

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With everyone's move to on-line communications, what better way to support the AGCMO PAC than participating in our new on-line auction?  Len Toenjes, President of AGCMO talks about this new on-line auction platform and the need for supporting our PAC during this election year.

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Ryan King of BSA Lifestructures reviews their operations, challenges, and the AGCMO Supplier Service Providers Council benefits

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AGCMO's safety services and benefits are described by Matt Cowell, VP of Safety

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Learn about MoDOT's efforts to keep streams and water clean from Brian Williams, CPESC, MoDOT's Stormwater Compliance Coordinator

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