Thank you to our contractors and workers who proudly Build the 419. Here are a few of their stories: A. A. Boos & Sons New TFT Headquarters : https://youtu.be/BFPLG950VZw Lathrop: Huntington Center: https://youtu.be/fWKRom8-0Ng Lathrop: Glass City Metropark: https://youtu.be/CzL3xZoKpLo Mosser Construction: Collins Water Treatment Plant: https://youtu.be/btLY5ccA85w Rudolph Libbe Group: TMA Glass Pavilion: https://youtu.be/CqA1ndsdT3M Rudolph Libbe Group: … Continued
AGCNWO has collaborated with the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce to put together a list of resources to help expand your workforce. Click here for a detailed list of opportunities!
Another Draft Day is in the books! We didn’t have the largest recruiting class but those that came were of great quality and had several offers to consider. Thank you so much to our members and labor partners who supported this event and participated in JA Inspire. Planning for 2023 has already begun! If you … Continued
Effective January 25, 2022, the AGCNWO Board is: President: Matt Vander Hooven | OCP Contractors Vice President: Andy Boedeker | Mosser Construction Inc. Secretary/Treasurer: Erik Johnson | Ivy Development, LLC Past President: Jeff Schaller| Rudolph Libbe Inc. Ken Gabel | VM Systems, Inc. Ray Benjamin | The Lathrop Company. Stan Delventhal | A.A Boos & Sons, Inc. Adam Frye | Spieker Company, Inc. … Continued
The CLC CIPAC Golf Outing June 4th at Heather Downs Country Club was a HUGE success! Thank you to everyone who golfed and sponsored our event!
Our annual meeting this year was held virtually on January 21st. At this meeting, we elected our new Board of Trustees. Congratulations to Jeff Schaller of Rudolph/Libbe PRESIDENT, Matt Vander Hooven of OCP Contractors VICE PRESIDENT and Andy Boedeker of Mosser Construction SECRETARY/TREASURER. For the full list of Trustees, Click Here.
See what some of our Affiliates in the Financial and Insurance Industries have to say about 2020 and the future.
Washington, DC October 25, 2019 – Northwest Ohio-based RMF Nooter was honored by peers from across the country while receiving first place in the nation for more than 2.3 million work-hours performed injury-free on a construction project. The first-place Zero Injury Safety Award was for work done at the BP Toledo Refinery located in Oregon, … Continued
Safety Update The suicide rate in construction is 4-times than the national average and 5-times greater than that of all other construction fatalities combined. Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for ages 34 and under. Men in their early 20’s through 50’s account for the bulk of suicides. Male-dominated industries tend to have … Continued