Member Highlight: Allston Marble, Vice President, Sr. Client Executive of Linbeck

Allston Marble graduated from the University of Nebraska-Kearney with a BS in Construction Management in 2008. Allston joined Linbeck Group in 2007 as an intern and was hired full time in 2008. At Linbeck, Allston has worked as an Intern, Engineer, Project Manager, Client Executive and now Vice President. In his current role, Allston works on various private, K-12, non-profit, cultural and higher education portfolios in Houston. Allston has been involved with the AGC since his time at Nebraska-Kearney and his local Houston AGC chapter since moving to Houston in 2008. Allston has served the AGC in various leadership roles over the years including chairing the Construction Futures Committee, Houston CLC and Houston AGC Scholarship Committee. He has also has served the AGC of America in various capacities over the years including the CLC Steering Committee, Climate Change Task Force and the Project Innovation and Delivery Forum where he currently serves as the Vice Chairman and will be Chairman in Spring 2022. Allston and his wife have 4 children and live in Houston, TX.

Why did you join the National AGC of America CLC SC

"After many years of service and leadership at the local AGC Chapter, including the AGC Houston CLC, I wanted to expand my service to the industry by being involved on the national level. The AGC of America CLC Steering committee was a natural fit. Additionally, Linbeck has a rich history of involvement and service to the AGC of America and I wanted to continue that legacy for Linbeck."

What benefits have you experienced being involved at both the National an Chapter level

"I have experienced many benefits from being involved at the National and local Chapter level of the AGC. First, by getting involved, I was instantly connected to industry peers locally and throughout the country. This has allowed for networking that can provide resources both personally and professionally. Through the AGC I’ve been able to learn from others by asking for advice, gaining alternate perspectives and collecting new innovations which can helpful in my work at Linbeck."

What can others gain by engaging with AGC of America

"There are various benefits by involved with the AGC of America. However, I believe the most important benefit is that you will have instant access to a broad group of peers across the country that will provide resources, networking, different perspectives, alternate innovations, and strategies. This will provide value to a person individually but also a more well rounded employee to any AGC member company."

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