AGC Opens Registration for Roundtable Discussion on Environmental Issues

If you work in-house at a construction firm and cover environmental issues, you may be interested in AGC’s peer discussion meeting on Feb. 7 at AGC’s headquarters in Arlington, Va. AGC holds these small, focused discussion sessions twice a year at the request of the members to learn from their peers with similar responsibilities, opportunities and challenges.

Attendees shape the agenda. These meetings provide a forum for discussion on an average of 14-16 topics chosen by the participants in the weeks leading up to the meeting. Past topics have run the gamut of management topics (education, training, technology) and compliance topics (permitting, waste management, sustainability, etc.).  The In-house Environmental Managers meeting is specifically geared towards environmental professionals working in-house at construction firms. Registration is limited to 30 participants to ensure effective dialogue, so register now!

Registration is open here.  AGC reserved a room block at a hotel across from our headquarters at the Hyatt Place Arlington Courthouse Plaza. Please book by January 16. The hotel information is in the confirmation email you will receive. Please reach out to AGC staff if you have any issues with your reservation.


February 6, 7pm – 9pm Optional dinner (add-on to registration)
February 7, 9am Welcoming Networking
February 7, 9:30am-5pm Meeting (continental breakfast, lunch, snacks included)
February 7, 5-6pm Beer and Wine Reception (included)

Please note that AGC’s Environmental Committee members will be holding their annual meeting with the federal regulatory agencies on February 8 co-located at AGC headquarters. Current and past committee members (formerly the steering committee) are welcome to participate. The registration form for the IHEM meeting includes an RSVP option for the Environmental Committee’s regulatory fly-in to make it easy for these members to indicate participation. Attendance at the IHEM meeting is not required for a past or current Environmental Committee member to participate in the regulatory fly-in.

If you have any questions about the requirements to participate in the IHEM meeting or regulatory fly-in or questions about the format of the meetings, please contact Melinda Tomaino at

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