AGC Welcomes New Members to AGC's Environmental Committee

AGC is pleased to announce the appointment of new members to serve on its Environmental Committee.  Members of the committee have direct access to federal regulatory officials, influence over AGC’s environmental agenda, and a means to exchange valuable information with one another and industry peers.  AGC’s environmental team appreciates the volunteers dedicating their time on the Environmental Committee, as well as the Climate Change Working Group and task forces. Join us in welcoming the new members to the committee.

New Members
Stewart Inman, W.G. Yates Construction
Sarah Lefebvre, Colaska, Inc.
Richard McDonald, Sundt Construction, Inc.
Jamie Miller, Kiewit Infrastructure South
Grace Mureithi, Clark Construction Group

Existing Members
Chair:  Amethyst Roebuck, PAR Electrical Contractors, Inc.
Kyle Baker, Mortenson Construction
David Bufo, McCarthy Holdings, Inc.
Anthony Curcio, Iron Woman Construction
Michael Gurule, Haselden Construction, Inc.
Andrew Krentz, Blythe Construction (Hubbard Construction)
Theresa Lehman, Miron Construction
Christopher Lund, Lane Construction
Philip Ryder, Ames Construction, Inc.
Matthew Smith, GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
Brittany Waddell, Flatiron
Christine Williams, Granite Construction Company
Mark Winslow, Gilbane Building Company

About the Committee
The Environmental Committee oversees AGC’s Environmental Forum that includes all of the AGC members and chapter professionals who (1) subscribe to AGC’s Environmental Observer newsletter on environmental issues and (2) have expressed a specific interest in those issues.  Forum members also can opt to participate in AGC’s Environmental Forum. The Forum is a great way to interact among environmental professionals and find opportunities to participate in AGC policymaking on environmental matters.

The Environmental Committee members work within the horizontal and vertical construction markets.  Together, they have expertise and interest in the environmental issues that impact the daily work of construction-from compliance and environmental management to green construction. In addition, they have represented AGC membership in meetings with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and other organizations.  On a routine basis, they play a key role in advancing AGC’s environmental advocacy, education and outreach efforts.  Committee members typically volunteer to serve a three-year term.

Stay Tuned: Volunteer recruitment will begin in August for new service terms on the Environmental Committee and Climate Change Working Group along with other AGC member groups. More information is available at If you have any questions on AGC’s environmental programs, please contact Melinda Tomaino at

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