About AGC of Washington
With roots going back to 1922, AGCW is the state's largest and oldest commercial-construction trade association, and one of ninety AGC chapters across the nation.
Building an economic and vibrant Washington where community, family and business prosper.
AGC of Washington is the leading professional association of contractors in the State of Washington, committed to enhancing the performance of all of our members, advocating for their interests, and increasing the impact of commercial construction.
We deliver true results, focusing on strategic decisions and practical actions tailored to our members' unique reality.
Headquartered in Seattle, AGC of Washington (AGCW) has offices in Bellingham, Fife, Olympia and Yakima. Our member-centered programs include Government Affairs, Labor Relations, Safety, Group Retro, Future Leadership Forum, Continuing Education and more.
AGCW has more than 600 member companies — more than 180 of which are general contractors — and has significant programs involving government and labor relations, group insurance, workplace safety, workforce development and more.
One of 89 chapters of AGC of America, AGCW exercises jurisdiction over building, heavy, municipal and utility, marine, industrial and highway construction in the portion of the State of Washington west of the 120th meridian, except the five-and-one-half counties of southwest Washington (Klickitat, Skamania, Clark, Cowlitz and Wahkiakum), and the portion of Pacific County south of a straight line made by extending the north boundary line of Wahkiakum County west to the Pacific Ocean.
AGC of Washington, its members and staff will strive to provide the best service to its members in each of the districts