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 sacvenue
 An AGC Chapter

 Offices in Dallas,
 Fort Worth and
 East Texas
 972.647.0697
 972.247.1930 Fax

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Contractor's Liability Program
sacvenue has partnered with AON Construction Services Group to offer a Contractor’s Liability Program to members. The program has been established as an effective solution to procuring Environmental coverage. In the past CPL was traditionally viewed as cost prohibitive and/or had limited coverage terms. The program managed by Aon Construction Services Group is designed to offer our membership insurance to protect your firm from potential environmental losses/claims. For more information on the Contractors Liability Program click here, for the CPL application click here.

Presentations:
To view and/or print presentations, select speaker:
Ken Simonson (PDF)
Cliff Brewis (PowerPoint)
Kermit Baker (PowerPoint)
You will be prompted to "open" or "save" — choose OPEN to view in your browser or choose SAVE to save on your computer for viewing any time. If viewing in a browser, just click the mouse button to advance to the next slide.
 
AIA/sacvenue Hosted 2006 Dallas/Fort Worth Economic Forecast
AIA/sacvenue Hosted 2006 Dallas/Fort Worth Economic Forecast
A distinguished panel of industry experts presented their perspectives on various major market segments of the private sector on Friday, January 20, 2006. The 2006 Economic Forecast presented by the AIA/sacvenue Leadership Forum featured guest speakers. Panel Moderators: Tommy Stewart, Fort Worth AIA President and Bob Morris, Dallas AIA President.
Panelists:
Ken Simonson, Chief Economist, Associated General Contractors of America.
Kermit Baker, Chief Economist, American Institute of Architects
Cliff Brewis, Sr. Director Editorial Operations West, McGraw-Hill Construction/Dodge
To view and/or print presentations by Ken Simonson, Kermit Baker and Cliff Brewis (see the box on the right).

AGC Workers’ Compensation Purchasing Group
CompGroup AGC is a powerful tool you can rely on, offering service, financial strength and superior loss control with lower costs for you in the end. CompGroup AGC offers a combination of services that include:
• Claims Management • Loss Control • Dividend
CompGroup AGC puts you in control of your costs. For enrollment information or other questions contact Karen Beuchaw at Roberts and Crow toll free 800-406-9614 or 972-770-4450.

A Health Care Solution for the Unique Needs of the Construction Industry
The AGC Health Plan is an effective solution for health care coverage in the construction industry. We can help you provide health care benefits to your employees at competitive and affordable rates, and we offer what you need for seamless benefit administration as well.
• The Choices Your Employees Want, the Coverage They Deserve
• Value-Added Programs That Maximize Health Care Benefits
• Personal Service
• Special Plan Features
• High-Tech Tools and Administrative Support
This program, designed specifically for the construction industry, allows for individual underwriting as part of a consolidated program of hundreds of construction industry employees into one large, experience-rated contract with significant purchasing power.
For enrollment information or other questions contact Richard Weinstein with Hilb, Rogal & Hobbs at (972) 715-2177 or (800) 333-1617 toll free. (Note: their website is currently under construction.)

Katrina Construction Workers Fund
While there were thousands of families who lost their homes and belongings during Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, it is appropriate for AGC and the construction industry to dedicate resources to provide financial assistance to employees of AGC member firms who were affected by the storm. Most of these employees are without income in the short term while attempting to rebuild their homes and replace furniture, clothing and household goods for themselves and their families.
The AGC Education and Research Foundation has established a sub account to receive donations to provide financial assistance to the construction workers in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama who suffered financially from the disaster. AGC will work with the chapters in those states to establish criteria for eligibility, identify eligible victims, and distribute contributions. Contributions to the AGC Education and Research Foundation are fully deductible charitable contributions.
Many of the workers who are likely to benefit from this fund will be employed to participate in the clean-up and restoration of the cities and towns suffering damage. It may bring them peace of mind to know that they are going to receive assistance to restore their homes while they work to rebuild their home towns.
Contributions can be made by sending a check to the AGC Education and Research and Foundation/Katrina Construction Workers Fund to:

AGC Education and Research Foundation
333 John Carlyle Street #200
Alexandria VA 22314

Credit card contributions can be made on the AGC website, www.agc.org.


New sacvenue Value-Added Program
What Are Your Company People Problems? Contact us for Help in Selecting the Best Product Solution.
Manage, Hire, Promote, Train with Confidence & Cost Effectiveness
sacvenue has partnered with Employee Assessment Results Services (EARS), a division of Leadership Results, Inc. to offer employment assessments to sacvenue members at cost saving prices. Click here to visit the EARS website or click here to view sacvenue member pricing. Contact the Chapter office for further information.

When members need Product and Service Suppliers in 2005, will they know about your company?
Work has begun on the upcoming issue of sacvenue Contractor, the official quarterly magazine of the sacvenue chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America. As an advertiser, placing your ad in sacvenue Contractor allows you to target leading construction firms who specify products and services for more than 3 out of every four projects in the area.
If your company does business with the construction industry, then you should be advertising in sacvenue Contractor. It is the most direct and cost effective way to get the job done.
To find out more, call Tom Schell at (800) 369-6220, ext. 3438, or email tschell@naylor.com. Click here to visit our online media kit. Naylor Publications is proud to be the official publisher for the sacvenue Chapter Associated General Contractors.
Membership Directories Available
If you or a member of your firm would like additional copies of sacvenue’s 2004-2005 Membership Directories they are available at the chapter office. You can have as many as are available at no charge, simply come by the office and pick them up, shipping is not available. This offer is extended to sacvenue member firms only. If you have any questions contact the Chapter office at (972) 647-0697.


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