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Construction industry's stategic partnership.

The Associated General Contractors of Mississippi (AGC) and the American Subcontractors Association of Mississippi (ASA) has announced a strategic partnership to advance the construction industry in Mississippi. Although both associations retain their individual identity, a dual membership opportunity will be open that will provide a discounted dues schedule to contractors wanting to join and engage in both associations. This alliance will provide more educational & training opportunities, ASA enrollment in CompTrustAGC workers compensation program and the AGC ASA 401k Mufti Employer Plan. AGC & ASA will participate in many networking events as well as the successful AGC ASA 401k Skeet & Trap Shoot. That November 7,2018 event will benefit the AGC ASA Leadership in Construction Scholarship at the University of Southern Mississippi (USM).

On August 28, Brad Fountain, Fountain Construction, President of AGC MS and Bryan Tompkins, Bomac Electric, President of ASA formally announced the alliance (Left to Right Front) is Tompkins and Fountain.

The Associated General Contractors of Mississippi (AGC MS) and the American Subcontractors Association represent the voice of the Construction Industry in Mississippi. With over 30,000 members nationwide, and over 400 here in this state, we bring over 100 years of industry voice to the community to ensure that the construction industry is a viable force of the U.S. economy. Construction growth continues to be one of the strongest sectors of employment in the state of Mississippi.

--MBJ Staff & Wire Reports

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Title Annotation:GROUPS COMBINE
Publication:Mississippi Business Journal
Geographic Code:1U6MS
Date:Sep 7, 2018
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