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AGC Teams Up to Present Minnesota Construction Summit

Wed January 24, 2018 - Midwest Edition #2
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Ronak Amin (L), manager business solutions of Komatsu, and Justin Sailer, Komatsu district manager, attend the summit.
Ronak Amin (L), manager business solutions of Komatsu, and Justin Sailer, Komatsu district manager, attend the summit.
Ronak Amin (L), manager business solutions of Komatsu, and Justin Sailer, Komatsu district manager, attend the summit. 
Patrick Seiple (L), project manager of DCCI, Danny’s Construction Co., Shakopee Minn.,  and Denise Woods, director of communications and events, AGC of Minnesota.
(L-R) are Tex Metzger, owner of Metzger Building Materials, St. Paul, Minn.; Anthony Metzger, CFO of Metzger Building Materials; York Magee, area business representative, Local 49 Operating Engineers Union, Minneapolis, Minn.
John Hengel (L) and Pat Hoffman, territory managers of Purple Wave Auctions, Manhattan, Kan., greet customers at the summit.
Troy Westley, Vic’s Crane & Heavy Haul Inc. territory manager, Rosemount, Minn., said the company handles all kinds of crane rentals.
Associated General Contractors of Minnesota (AGC), the Association of Women Contractors (AWC) and the National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) joined forces on Jan. 9 and 10 to offer the Minnesota Construction Summit, a 1.5 day comprehensive construction industry conference.  
Tom Nickell (L), territory manager of Road Machinery and Supplies, and Tim Rients of RMS Rentals, Savage Minn., man the Road Machinery & Supplies booth.

Associated General Contractors of Minnesota (AGC), the Association of Women Contractors (AWC) and the National Association of Minority Contractors (NAMC) joined forces on Jan. 9 and 10 to offer the Minnesota Construction Summit, a 1.5 day comprehensive construction industry conference.

The summit was held at the Minneapolis Convention Center and offered topic tracks that targeted professionals in all areas of construction: craft workers, project managers, construction company managers, and project owners. Breakout session tracks focused on safety, diversity and regulatory compliance, construction, technology and leadership development. The conference also featured a networking reception, a trade expo both days and engaging keynote speakers Walter Bond, Brian Moore and Sarah Sladek.

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