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Phyllis Harden

Legislative & Special Projects, Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel
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AGC Policy Statement on Project Delivery Systems

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) strongly supports full and open competition among general and specialty contractors and their suppliers and service providers. The construction industry's health and integrity depends on qualified firms having an equal opportunity to compete.

AGC recommends that owners select the delivery systems that best fit their particular needs but with due regard for their independent interest in an open and competitive construction industry. AGC maintains that a number of project delivery systems are appropriate for the public sector if the selection process is open, fair, and free of political influence.

To protect the health and integrity of the construction industry, AGC will make an aggressive effort to equip its members to sustain full and open competition for any and all project delivery systems.

March 2010

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