Welcome to the AGC of Tennessee Website

Thank you for visiting the Associated General Contractors of Tennessee. Our association is the leading voice in the Volunteer State for the construction and building industry with a special emphasis on the needs and objectives of the general contractor.

The links above aid you in navigating our website. Information is available for the Tennessee Chapter and for each of the regional branches. You'll also find information on our CompTrust program, our state convention and other special events.


Go Build Tennessee Launches To Energize Development of Construction Workforce 

On May 20, 2015, Governor Haslam signed into law the Go Build Tennesse Act to energize interest in construction related education and jobs across the state of Tennessee. Just under one yeat later on May 18, 2016, Go Build Tennessee went live to help rebuild the skilled construction labor market in the state and propel the construction industry in Tennessee forward.

Go Build Tennessee is in response to demographic changes including an aging workforce, the impact of a deep recession and a lack of interest from secondary and post-secondary students. The result has been a persistent lack of skilled workers in the construction trades. Go Build will help develop the workforce who will benefit from better jobs and careers in the construction industry across the state.

Key principals associated with the Go Build Tennessee program in Tennessee gathered on Capitol Hill in Nashville to kick off this important initiative. The Go Build program will be promoted through multimedia advertising, promotional materials, media campaigns and a website to spur interest in young people across the state to choose construction related fields for further job training and jobs.

The program will be run by a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation comprised of members from Associated General Contractors, Associated Builders and Contractors, Home Builders Association of Tennessee and the Tennessee Road Builders Association.

To learn more about Go Build Tennessee please visit the links below.

Go Build Tennessee Website

Go Build Tennessee Facebook Page


State of Tennessee General Assembly Adjourns on Friday April, 22 2016

The 109th session of the Tennessee State General Assembly adjourned on Friday, April 22, 2016. From the start of this session of the legislature, AGC staff and the AGC of Tennessee Legislative Committee reviewed all legislation relevant to our industry and formulated positions on a number of measures with specific emphasis on several bills. A "White Paper" was developed and delivered to members of the legislature during the AGC of Tennessee "Day on the Hill" event held on Wednesday, March 16, 2016. Three key bills including Senate Bill 1621, Senate Bill 1830 and Senate Bill 1965 were part of the "White Paper" and the subject of discussion with members during the "Day on The Hill" event. Brief overviews of the three bills are provided:
Senate Bill 1621 -  Public Contracts - As enacted, prohibits the state or any local government from requiring a company bidding or contracting to provide services on a public construction project to employ individuals who reside within the jurisdiction of the state or local government or who are within a specific income range, unless otherwise required by federal law. - Amends TCA Title 4; Title 5; Title 6; Title 7; Title 8; Title 9; Title 12 and Title 62. Passed & Signed into Law by the Governor  
Senate Bill 1830 - Water Pollution - As introduced, requires that general permits issued under the Water Quality Control Act be no more restrictive than federal requirements for management of storm water post construction; requires that provisions of certain general permits be promulgated in rule form prior to implementation. - Amends TCA Title 69, Chapter 3, Part 1. Passed - Pending the Signature of the Governor
Senate Bill 1965 - Employers & Employees - As introduced, makes various changes to the Tennessee Lawful Employment Act, including requiring any public or private employer with six or more employees to enroll in the E-Verify program unless the employer submits an affidavit to the commissioner of labor and workforce development that the employer would suffer an undue hardship. - Amends TCA Title 36, Chapter 5, Part 11 and Title 50, Chapter 1, Part 7. Passed & Signed into Law by the Governor.
The association strongly supported each of these bills. As a result of ongoing legislative affairs work by AGC staff and the work of your fellow members at the "Day on the Hill" event, our voices were heard. If you have any comments or topics you would like to discuss regarding legislative matters, please contact Grace Masterson at grace@tnagc.org or by phone at 615-244-4555.

Thank You To The Premier and Hospitality Sponsors for the 2016 AGC of Tennessee Convention

We extend a special thanks to the Premier and Hospitality sponsors of the 2016 AGC of Tennessee Convention displayed below. We also greatly appreciate the participation of all the other sponsors who help support the annual gathering of members in Destin. Please see the Convention Sponsor Page for all of the sponsors whose support the 2016 AGC of Tennessee Annual Convention.  


Premier Level Sponsors        
Hospitality Level Sponsors        
Rogers Group   Demo Plus                         
Sponsorship Levels
Sponsorship Registration

 The AGC of Tennessee Chronicle - A New E-Newsletter For Members

The AGC of Tennessee has developed a new publication for members. The e-newsletter is published to provide you with regular updates on AGC of Tennessee news and other information to members. The e-newsletter will be in addition to periodic legislative updates and other new you receive from the AGC of Tennessee office Nashville thoughout the year. We invite suggestions for topics that are newsworthy for members of the association. We hope you find the AGC of Tennessee Chronicle informative and enjoyable to read!

The AGC of Tennessee Chronicle - Summer 2016

The AGC of Tennessee Chronicle - Fall 2015

The AGC of Tennessee Chronicle- Summer 2015

The AGC of Tennessee Chronicle - Spring 2015

The AGC of Tennessee Chronicle - Fall 2014

The AGC of Tennessee Chronicle - Summer 2014

The AGC of Tennessee Chronicle - Spring 2014


AGC Affinity Program

AGC has partnered with many vendors to offer AGC members discounts on their products and services. For more information, visit the membership page.



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