The Associated General Contractors Of Tennessee

APRIL 2023

AGC of Tennessee would not be the organization it is without our amazing members.  Through member support and participation, AGC of Tennessee continues to build a brighter future for contractors and their partners in Tennessee.  Each month we will be spotlighting members who eximplify what it means to be an AGC member.  We hope you will check back and learn more about our spotlight companies each month.

Meet our April Spotlight Members
Our April General Contractor in the spotlight is George W. Reagan Company.  This Knoxville region member has been in business since 1934, growing and changing along the way, while maintaining the high standards you expect from them.  Their team truly cares about their clients, and they strive to nurture valuable customer relationships and to complete all projects in a timely and a professional manner. With the latest in hardware, scheduling, technology, and equipment, you can rest assured that the job is going to be a quality product upon completion.  They also care about their relationship with AGC.  They send many of their employees through safety and leadership training at AGC, and they have members on the Region Board of Directors, the CLC Committee, and the Safety Directors Council.  You can also find them at many networking events including the fishing tournament and membership luncheons.  Get to know them when you see them at an event and learn more about them now. 

Middle Tennessee Region member Rio Grande Fence Co. of Nashville is our April subcontractor spotlight member.  They have been installing and repairing fences for commercial and industrial projects since 1958. Business owners, general contractors, government agencies and sports facilities throughout the Mid-South turn to them for perimeter security and peace of mind.  Rio Grande Fence Co. of Nashville is consistently rated one of the top workplaces by the Tennessean in the small-company category. They have taken home the award in 2019, 2021, and 2022. Rio Grande employees receive continuing professional education in safety, tools, products, materials, and installation techniques so they can stay at the forefront of the industry’s knowledge. Rio Grande also offers an opportunity to give back to the community through its Good Friday Service Project. The annual project provides a local nonprofit with materials and installation of a new commercial-grade fence at no cost to the organization.  We are so glad to have them as a member.  Their focus lines up so well with AGC’s mission of skill, integrity and responsibility.  We appreciate you Rio Grande Fence!

Allen, Summers & Gresham is our April Supplier/Service Provider member in the spotlight.   This long-time member of our West Tennessee Region specializes in a variety of legal services including labor, employment, construction, civil litigation and mediation services. Currently, attorney Harry Lebair serves as associate member representative on the West Tennessee Board of Directors, and he and attorney Jessica Shannon teach the Construction Law session of the West Tennessee Region Construction Leadership Academy.  Attorney Jim Summers is a frequent attendee at luncheons and events, and you will also see him at AGC of Tennessee’s Day on the Hill activities. Jim often provides interesting insights and perspectives to legislators based on his experience working with all kinds of construction firms, including residential, commercial and industrial, municipalities, corporations and individuals. We are lucky to have Allen, Summers & Gresham as AGC members.  Meet them today!