AGC of Minnesota

The AGC of Minnesota Foundation held its 2020 Sporting Clays Fundraiser on Sept. 16 at the Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake, Minn. Money raised through registration, silent auction, BINGO and raffles benefits annual scholarships to higher education students pursuing construction careers.

The Associated General Contractors of America's Supervisory Training Program (STP) is a construction-specific training curriculum developed, updated and field-tested by and for contractors. Supervisory skill — or the lack of it — directly affects every company's bottom line.

The 21st Annual AGC of Minnesota Sporting Clays Fundraiser to benefit the AGC of Minnesota Foundation will be held Sept. 16, at the Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club 2920 220th St E. in Prior Lake, Minn. Registration includes 100 rounds of sporting clays, foam earplugs, beverages on the course, social hour snacks, dinner and awards.

On Oct. 24, Associated General Contractors of Minnesota (AGC) held a Recognition Evening to honor individuals and companies for their outstanding contributions and commitment to the commercial construction industry. The evening's program began with recognition of 43 companies currently participating in the Construction Health and Safety Excellence (CHASE) program.

Mortenson Construction's M.A. "Mort" Mortenson passed away on Nov. 9 at his home in Edina, Minn. He was 82. Mr. Mortenson served as the recognizable, highly revered and respected president of Golden Valley-based Mortenson until stepping down in 2015. Mr.

On Aug. 28, 141 shooters participated in AGC of Minnesota's 18th annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser. They came to have a good time, enjoy a little friendly competition and raise money for an important cause — the scholarship funds of the AGC of Minnesota Foundation.

On August 29 the Associated General Contractors of Minnesota held its 17th annual sporting clays fundraiser at the Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club for scholarships awarded by the AGC of Minnesota Foundation. The event was attended by 162 shooters. Proceeds from the raffle, silent auction, and stool pigeon tickets support students enrolled in construction-related programs at Midwest postsecondary schools.

On Aug. 5, a full field of golfers enjoyed a round of golf on a beautiful day at Stonebrooke Golf Club at Associated General Contractors of Minnesota's annual golf tournament. The event is held to benefit scholarships granted through the AGC of Minnesota Foundation.