Call for Presentations - Construction Risk Management

AGC's 2021 Construction Risk Management Two-Part Program

Join Us Virtually January 26-28, 2021 & In-Person June 2-4, 2021 in Bonita Springs, FL

EVENT UPDATE! Next year's program will include an all-virtual event in January 2021 and an in-person conference in June 2021.

The virtual event will provide a First-Half Outlook at the U.S. economy, the surety and insurance marketplace, and the construction risk environment. AGC's annual, in-person Surety Bonding and Construction Risk Management Conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa in Bonita Springs, Florida -- and feature a full line-up of general & breakout educational sessions.

If you submit a session proposal, AGC will consider it for the virtual portion, Jan. 26-28, and also for the in-person presentations at June 2-4 conference (but note - there are limited speaking spots in January).

Please continue to check the conference website at for important updates and information.

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is seeking presentations from industry professionals on bonding, insurance, contract negotiations, and business practices that collectively define the field of construction risk management.

Please read AGC’s 2021 Conference Guidelines before completing this proposal form, where you will find AGC’s expectations of all presenters, discussion leaders and panelists.

Once you have taken that step, please use the following form to submit your proposal. Please provide all required information. (The required fields are marked with an asterisk.) If the information requested is not relevant to your particular proposal, please insert “Not Applicable” or “N/A” on the form.

The deadline for submitting your proposal (and any additional information or materials that you would like AGC to consider) is Friday, September 18, 2020.

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The regular attendees are a mix of construction, surety, insurance and related professionals. They include construction contractors’ in-house lawyers and risk managers, sureties, surety bond producers, insurers, insurance brokers, construction and insurance lawyers and various consultants. AGC welcomes presentations and panel discussions intended to appeal to all or any significant segment of this group. Please identify the audience that you would like your session to target and provide the reason(s) why you believe your session would appeal to that audience.
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