Construction Leadership Council

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The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) was established to fulfill the need to cultivate the next generation of leaders in the construction industry. The purpose of the CLC is to act as a conduit for participants to network, exchange ideas about work and the industry, serve local communities and continuing education which includes both professional development and leadership skills.

 

The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) was established to fulfill the need to cultivate the next generation of leaders in the construction industry as well as the association both at the local and national levels.

The purpose of the CLC is to act as a conduit for participants to network, exchange ideas about work and the industry, serve local communities and continuing education which includes both professional development and leadership skills

- See more at: https://www.agc.org/connect/construction-leadership-council#sthash.Vpi0OCxL.dpuf

The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) was established to fulfill the need to cultivate the next generation of leaders in the construction industry as well as the association both at the local and national levels.

The purpose of the CLC is to act as a conduit for participants to network, exchange ideas about work and the industry, serve local communities and continuing education which includes both professional development and leadership skills

- See more at: https://www.agc.org/connect/construction-leadership-council#sthash.Vpi0OCxL.dpuf

The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) was established to fulfill the need to cultivate the next generation of leaders in the construction industry as well as the association both at the local and national levels.

The purpose of the CLC is to act as a conduit for participants to network, exchange ideas about work and the industry, serve local communities and continuing education which includes both professional development and leadership skills

- See more at: https://www.agc.org/connect/construction-leadership-council#sthash.Vpi0OCxL.dpuf

Membership

Members of the AGC Construction Leadership Council enjoy many benefits of membership and participation. CLC is a forum that allows young professionals to develop their leadership,communication skills and industry savvy while networking with a diverse group of individuals. Specifically, these opportunities include:


- Networking
- Jobsite visits
- Professional Development
- Continuing Education
- Community Service

Annual membership dues: $200/person (Discounted to $100/person if over 3 memberships purchased)

Membership Brochure

2019 Membership Application


2019 Construction Leadership Council Board Members:

  1. Joe Klich, Hardaway Construction – President
  2. Alex Kramer, Solomon Builders – Vice President
  3. Wally Irvin, Lewis Thomason – Secretary
  4. Daniel Hume, Turner Construction Co. – Treasurer
  5. Charlie Logsdon, W.R. Newman
  6. Garner Lee, Brasfield & Gorrie
  7. Michaela Kirk, Turner Construction Co.
  8. Logan Schwettman, DeAngelis Diamond
  9. Evan Rankin, Bell & Associates
  10. Alex Robinson, Bell & Associates
  11. Dalton McKee, Stansell Electric
  12. Amanda Crisp, Demo Plus
  13. Daniel Cothern, Alexander Metals
  14. Chelsea Antici, Rio Grande Fence Co.
  15. Ben Brooks, Van Meter Insurance
  16. Ross Hutchison, Smith Cashion Orr
  17. Kelly Pettersen, Spire Consulting

 


Upcoming CLC Membership Events

January 29 - Donation Day & Lunch at Ronald McDonald House of Nashville

February 8 - Technology in Construction with the 2019 Construction Leadership Program & Josh Bone

March 21 - CLC First Annual Crawfish Boil & March Madness Kick Off

April 25 - Dale Carnegie "Secrets of Success" Class

May - Work day at the Ronald McDonald House of Nashville

June - CLC at Top Golf

July - CLC Family Day at Climb Nashville & Dale Carnegie Class

August - CLC at BATL Axe

September - 10th Annual BBQ in Red Shoes benefiting the Ronald McDonald House of Nashville

October - Dale Carnegie Class

November - Philanthropic Event TBA

December - Holiday Bash

 


Charity Events

The Construction Leadership Council of Middle TN supports The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville. In 2019, the CLC Philanthropy Committee, chaired by Daniel Cothern of Alexander Metals, will be interviewing for a second charity to support.

 

BBQ in Red Shoes: Benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville

The BBQ in Red Shoes is a BBQ Cook Off event that was created by the Construction Leadership Council of Middle Tennessee. Since it's inception in 2010, this event has raised over $60,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville.


Education

The Construction Leadership Council is dedicated to furthering the education of the young leaders in Middle Tennessee. CLC membership affords discounts on AGC educational programs, raises money to give an annual scholarship, and has a national professional development conference hosted by the AGC of America.

Construction Leadership Program

The Construction Leadership Program was created in 2011 by Middle Tennessee construction executives and CLC board members. Its purpose is to educate young leaders on all of the facets of how a business works as well as provides leadership training and networking opportunities. Since the first program in 2012, 120 leaders have graduated from the program. This program consists of 13 classes, every other Friday from January-June and graduation at the July AGC membership luncheon. Seats are limited, so early registration in encouraged. CLC membership affords AGC members a $100 discount on registration to the program. To learn more, visit: http://www.tnagc.org/middletn/constleadprogram/

 

Annual Conference:

Each year the AGC of America hosts a leadership conference for members of CLC nationwide. The CLC Leadership Development Conference, previously known as the Fall Working Weekend, brings together emerging construction leaders from across the country in various constructors sectors to network, learn and share. This event is the only event of its kind for the construction industry. For more information and registration, visit: http://meetings.agc.org/clc/