Governmental affairs play a large role in our service to our members. We believe working with elected officials on industry issues is the key to success for the future of construction.
Our members benefit from AGC’s active participation in the legislative process at the local, state and federal levels affecting economic and infrastructure development. The AGC originates and coordinates support for bills favorable to the industry, while also opposing unfavorable legislation. During legislative session, periodic updates on current legislation are sent to members through email alerts and updates to our website.
The AGC of Greater Milwaukee is committed to advancing the interests of the Commercial Construction Industry in our region and the State of Wisconsin. A prime component of this advocacy involves engaging our members in action campaigns.
That is why we have partnered with the AGC of America and VoterVoice to provide a platform for our members’ voices to be heard on the most crucial legislative issues affecting commercial construction.
Members can Log in to access our current and past advocacy campaigns.
The AGC of Greater Milwaukee is actively engaged in a wide range of state legislative initiatives that have a direct impact on the construction industry. We keep our members informed with regular updates on those efforts.
Members can Log in to access our most recent legislative update.
AGC of America
AGC of America is committed to ensuring that its nearly 27,000 members are well-represented in Washington, DC. That’s one of the great benefits of being an AGC member – while you work hard to grow your company, you can rest assured knowing that your interests are being advocated for day-in-day-out in the halls of Congress and at federal agencies and departments.
Here’s how you can help strengthen AGC’s advocacy efforts:
Take Action: Weigh in and contribute to the policy debate by taking action on AGC legislative and regulatory alerts.
AGC’s Top Policy Priorities: Learn more about AGC’s Top Policy Priorities in the areas of: infrastructure funding, labor, tax, federal procurement, environment and safety