Boh Bros. Executive Named as Louisiana AGC’s New President

Wed March 29, 2006 - Southeast Edition
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New Orleans contractor Robert S. Boh was recently installed as president of the Louisiana Associated General Contractors Inc., a statewide construction trade association headquartered in Baton Rouge.

Boh, president of Boh Bros. Construction Company, is a longtime member of the Louisiana AGC and part of the 700-plus construction businesses comprising the organization. He has been intricately involved with Boh Bros., a family business, since the age of 16, and has served as president for the past 12 years.

Boh is very active in Louisiana AGC and currently serves as chairman of the legal affairs committee. He has served as the past chairman of the New Orleans AGC District and has served on the Executive Committee and board of directors.

Boh also is involved in many charitable organizations. He currently serves as director and is past president of the Boy Scouts of America, SE Louisiana Area Council. He is past chairman of St. George’s Episcopal School, past campaign cabinet member of United Way of New Orleans and currently serves as chairman of Ochsner for Children Board of Councilors.




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