Stephen E. Sandherr, Chief Executive Officer Of The Associated General Contractors Of America, Announces Retirement, To Step Down On March 31


The Association’s Current Chief Operating Officer, Jeffrey Shoaf, Named as New CEO by Selection Committee, Brings Nearly 30 Years of Experience with the Association to the New Position

Stephen E. Sandherr today announced his retirement as Chief Executive Officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, effective March 31, 2024. Sandherr has been CEO of the association for the commercial construction industry for 27 years and has served it for 37 years in various capacities. The association also announced that its current Chief Operating Officer, Jeffrey Shoaf will serve as the association’s next CEO.

“While we support Steve moving on to the next phase of his life, our members are grateful for his strong leadership for more than a quarter of a century,” noted AGC National President Lester C. Snyder, III, who also serves as the Executive Vice President of Brightline West in Las Vegas, Nevada. “He has built a fantastic team at AGC, elevated our advocacy efforts, and committed the organization to address all issues affecting the construction industry.”