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Become an RGV AGC Member

Since 1949, the Rio Grande Valley Chapter of Associated General Contractors has been the association of choice for the finest in the commercial construction industry in the Rio Grande Valley and its surrounding counties. The RGV-AGC is the only Valleywide full-service commercial construction trade association, representing general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and service firms. Join us to gain a competitive advantage and experience all the benefits the RGV-AGC has to offer.

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The RGV AGC Advantage

While the AGC motto, "Skill, Integrity and Responsibility," remains as relevant today as ever, our industry and our chapter are always evolving. The Rio Grande Valley Chapter AGC provides members and their employees with opportunities to learn, network, build relationships, collectively influence public opinion, and stay informed in areas that can impact the bottom line. Membership services include:

Education

RGV-AGC provides a variety of educational trainings and safety programs to keep members up-to-date and on the cutting edge of industry trends.

Education

Safety

RGV-ACC is committed to jobsite safety and employs Engineering Safety Consultants to provide comprehensive safety services and materials to our members.

Safety

Advocacy

AGC at all levels (local, state and national) monitors legislative activity on behalf of members to protect and advance the interests of the building industry.

Advocacy

Networking

Take advantage of opportunities to mingle and build industry relationships at RGV AGC mixers, member meetings and other social events throughout the year.

Networking

Plan Room

Access plans and specifications for many commercial construction projects in the Rio Grande Valley through our electronic plan room, available 24/7.

Plan Rooms

Discounts

AGC's Membership Discount Program provides members with access to quality services, cutting-edge technology and top-of-the-line products at discounted rates.

Discounts

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News & Events

RGV-AGC - Testimonial Video

Testimonial Video

  I completed the RGC-AGC certification for construction superintendent last year. We have a construction company and I am very new to this. Twenty-four years of my life, I dedicated myself to education as an administrator. So when I jumped ship and came to join my husband in the business, I had no idea.  So…... Find out more

35th Annual Fishing Tournament – Captain’s Party

Captain’s Party Thursday September 16th, 5PM RGV-AGC Harlingen Office 6918 W. Expressway 83 Food, drinks & Door Prizes Captain or boat representative must be present to pick up tournament packet. Rules & Regulations for tournament and sweepstakes/jackpot will be reviewed and discussed.... Find out more

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The first serious attempt to study the possibility of construction of a deep water seaport in this part of South Texas was undertaken in 1854 when a survey was conducted by United States Army engineers. At that time, the only natural harbor in the area was located at Brazos de Santiago Pass near Point Isabel (16 mi. NE). Shipping through that pass dated to the 16th Century, but the presence of shifting sandbars prevented large vessels from anchoring at that point.

In 1906 Louis Cabolini, a commercial fisherman in Point Isabel, took on the cause for a deep water port. He compiled data that convinced U. S. Army engineers that such an undertaking was practical and deserved federal economic support. During the next 20 years, various attempts at dredging channels and eliminating the sandbars were made without much success. Recognizing the need for deep water transportation to assure sound economic growth, the citizens of Brownsville created a navigation district in 1929 to provide local support for the Federal Government to build a deep water port. Between 1934 and 1936, this ship channel, linking Brownsville and the Gulf of Mexico, was dredged. The port facilities were formally dedicated in May 1936.
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The first serious attempt to study the possibility of construction of a deep water seaport in this part of South Texas was undertaken in 1854 when a survey was conducted by United States Army engineers. At that time, the only natural harbor in the area was located at Brazos de Santiago Pass near Point Isabel (16 mi. NE). Shipping through that pass dated to the 16th Century, but the presence of shifting sandbars prevented large vessels from anchoring at that point.

In 1906 Louis Cabolini, a commercial fisherman in Point Isabel, took on the cause for a deep water port. He compiled data that convinced U. S. Army engineers that such an undertaking was practical and deserved federal economic support. During the next 20 years, various attempts at dredging channels and eliminating the sandbars were made without much success. Recognizing the need for deep water transportation to assure sound economic growth, the citizens of Brownsville created a navigation district in 1929 to provide local support for the Federal Government to build a deep water port. Between 1934 and 1936, this ship channel, linking Brownsville and the Gulf of Mexico, was dredged. The port facilities were formally dedicated in May 1936.
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“RGV AGC delivers a tremendous value to its members. They offer a safety training program, help navigate the maze of government regulations, and provide a strong voice in the Legislature speaking up for dollars-and-cents issues that matter to general contractors.”

John Doe
Owner of ABC Construction