Two AG|CM projects in Central Texas were featured in the Wilson County News. Both articles quoted Ryan Rosborough, AG|CM’s Central Texas VP. Read articles below: District 2 plans Cimarron emergency services station – click here to view article Poth ISD wrangles bond project ‘wish list’ – click here to view article
The small community of Pettus will have big plans for their school district. A new high school is currently under construction, and in December a new elementary school will be complete. See AG|CM’s Dan Haupt on the video.
During the widespread destruction of Hurricane Harvey, New Hope Housing was both prepared and fortunate. Our residents and properties remained healthy, safe and dry. This positioned us to put our capacity, honed over 24 years of experience, to work in a different way. At the request of the City of Houston, we began immediately after
New Hope Housing’s 175-unit complex seeks to fulfill the organizations mission to provide a solution to Houston’s homelessness problem. Joy Horak-Brown, founding president and CEO of New Hope Housing, stated: “Our core purpose has been to provide life-stabilizing, affordable, permanent housing with support services for people who live on very limited incomes.” “Our vision
Helping support our community while enjoying some great chili. Our very own Kenny Eldridge and his daughter, were selected to judge the JC/GP Metro Go Texan Barbecue cook-off held January 14, 2017 at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Held in benefit of Houston youth and education; silent and live auctions generated support for the
Leadership Corpus Christi Graduates 30 New Community Leaders including AG|CM Construction Manager Chris Majors On May 26, 2016, Leadership Corpus Christi members family, friends and many Leadership Corpus Christi Alumni gathered at the Omni Hotel to celebrate the graduation of Leadership Corpus Christi’s 44thconsecutive class. The keynote speaker was Representative Todd Hunter, alumni of LCC
AG|CM’s Mari Zapata has been selected to join an elite network of over 6,000 women as a member of the Leadership Texas Class of 2016. She is one of 90 outstanding women leaders competitively selected from across Texas to participate in the longest-running women’s leadership development program in the US. Throughout the year-long program, she