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Associate Achievement AwardCALL FOR NOMINATIONS1 An Associate member may be nominated by anindividual, a District Board of Directors, a DivisionBoard of Directors, a State Standing Committee/Council or the Executive Committee. No one Board orCommittee/Council may nominate more than one personeach year.2 To be eligible, an Associate member must have beenengaged in providing a product or service to theconstruction industry for a minimum of 15 years; be amember in good standing or member-in-retirement ofthe Associated General Contractors of California; madea significant contribution to AGC and the bettermentof the construction industry; and be held in esteem byhis/her peers.3 A panel of judges, made up of one representative fromeach of the three occupational divisions, onerepresentative from the Associates Council, and theAssociation’s Vice President, shall select the recipient ofthe award from among those nominated.4 It is not a requirement that the award be presentedannually.This year’s18th AnnualPresentation of theAchievement Awardswill take place at theAGC Constructor Awards BanquetSaturday eveningApril 10, 2010The FairmontSan FranciscoAGCAchievementAwardsEach year AGC of California recognizesindividuals for their outstandingcontributions to the construction industrythrough its Achievement Awards.


S.I.R. Achievement AwardAn award honoring Skill / Integrity / ResponsibilityContractor Achievement AwardSpecialty ContractorAchievement Award1 A person may be nominated by a District Board ofDirectors, a Division Board of Directors, a StateStanding Committee/Council or the ExecutiveCommittee. No Board or Committee/Council maynominate more than one person each year.2 To be eligible, the individual may be from the public orprivate sector and must have made an outstandingcontribution to California’s construction industry. Nostaff person or member of the Association shall beeligible for the S.I.R. Award.3 A Nominating Committee shall be composed of thechair of AGC’s three occupational divisions. TheCommittee shall review all nominations, determinethose that are timely and in the proper form, and arriveat a recommendation concerning the most qualifiednominee.4 At the first meeting following the close of nominations,the State Board of Directors shall receive the report andthe recommendation of the Nominating Committee.The State Board of Directors shall select the recipientsolely from the nominees previously reviewed by theNominating Committee.5 It is not a requirement that the award be presentedannually.1 A Contractor member may be nominated by anindividual, a District Board of Directors, a DivisionBoard of Directors, a State Standing Committee/Council or the Executive Committee. No one maynominate more than one person each year.2 To be eligible, a person must have worked in theconstruction industry a minimum of 25 years; be amember in good standing or member-in-retirement ofthe Associated General Contractors of California; madea significant contribution to AGC and the constructionindustry; and be held in esteem by his/her peers.3 No past president of the Associated GeneralContractors of California shall be eligible for thisaward.4 A panel of judges, made up of three or more pastpresidents of the Association, shall select the recipientof the award from among those nominated.5 It is not a requirement that the award be presentedannually.1 A Specialty Contractor member may be nominated byan individual, a District Board of Directors, a DivisionBoard of Directors, a State Standing Committee/Council or the Executive Committee. No one maynominate more than one person each year.2 To be eligible, a person must have worked in theconstruction industry a minimum of 15 years; be amember in good standing or member-in-retirement ofthe Associated General Contractors of California; madea significant contribution to AGC and the constructionindustry; and be held in esteem by his/her peers.3 No past president of the Associated GeneralContractors of California shall be eligible for thisaward.4 A panel of judges, made up of three or more pastpresidents of the Association, shall select the recipientof the award from among those nominated.5 It is not a requirement that the award be presentedannually.All nominations must be in writing, on one page, providing the various achievements of, and reasons why, the nominee merits consideration.Nominations should be mailed to AGC of California, 3095 Beacon Boulevard, West Sacramento, CA 95691, Attention: Awards Committee.Deadline for nominations is December 11, 2009.

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