Upcoming Events

  • CLC Sweet DreamzZz Annual Charity Event

    Farmington | Dates: 16 – 16 Mar, 2017


    The Construction Leadership Council and AGC of Michigan are pleased to support Sweet Dreamzzz with this annual event including great food, festive beverages and fellowship with industry colleagues. Sweet Dreamzzz is a non-profit organization committed to improving children’s health, well-being and academic performance by providing sleep education and bedtime essentials to economically disadvantaged students and their families. A portion of your registration fee will assist Sweet Dreamzzz in advancing their mission.

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  • MIOSHA Construction 10-Hour Course (Class Full)

    Lansing | Dates: 21 – 22 Mar, 2017
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  • Little Caesars Arena Site Tour - SOLD OUT

    Detroit | Dates: 23 – 23 Mar, 2017

    The CLC invites you to join us and construction personnel from Barton Malow - Hunt -White on a tour of the Little Caesars Arena project.

    Little Caesars Arena is not only the new home of the Detroit Red Wings, but also the Detroit
    Pistons and the premier entertainment destination in the region. It will open in September and be ready for action at the start of the 2017-2018 season.


    Sturdy, closed toe shoes, hard hats, safety glasses and hi-vis vests required for all participants. If you do not have your own equipment, please contact Viki Gotts to arrange for a loan (limited availability).

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  • MIOSHA - Supervisor's Role in Safety and Health (Class Full)

    Lansing | Dates: 28 – 28 Mar, 2017
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  • Spring Membership Luncheon

    Plymouth | Dates: 20 – 20 Apr, 2017

    AGC Spring Membership Luncheon
    11:30 a.m.
    Thursday, April 20, 2017
    Fox Hills Golf Club & Banquet Center
    Plymouth, MI

    AGC Michigan is pleased to announce that Mr. John Gallagher, Sr. Business Columnist with the Detroit Free Press will be the featured speaker at AGC’s Spring Membership Luncheon. Mr. Gallagher's presentation will be "Reporting on the Business of Construction”.


    Award-winning veteran reporter John Gallagher has expertly covered development news for 29 years.  He has provided key leadership and insight covering Detroit's 18-month bankruptcy and was co-author of "How Detroit Went Broke," a deeply reported narrative that explored the real reasons behind the city's 60-year slide into insolvency.  Gallagher joined the Free Press in 1987 to cover urban and economic redevelopment efforts in Detroit and Michigan. He has written several books on development issues and also a biography of architect Minoru Yamasaki, called “Yamasaki in Detroit: A Search for Serenity.”

    Online registration is available here or you can contact Cathy Galbraith with the names of the individuals who would like to attend.  After April 14, please register onsite.

    Members:  $30.00/per person
    Nonmembers:  $45.00/per person

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  • The Risk of Design Liability all too Often Lurking in Project Plans & Specifications

    Livonia | Dates: 25 – 25 Apr, 2017

    And How to Manage the Risk.

    The program begins with a review and summary of the contract terms and conditions that can saddle construction managers and even traditional design-bid-build contractors with liability for design defects. Quickly turning focus to the project plans and specifications, and mid-course corrections, that can also leave such companies liable for design errors or omissions.

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  • Who's in Control and What's at Stake?

    Livonia | Dates: 17 – 17 May, 2017

    Recent trends in building adaptive reuse and rehabilitation in urban centers such as Detroit and Grand Rapids have resulted in more intimate relationships among property owners, developers, contractors, vendors, and members of the public.  These relationships can result in overlapping and/or assumed liabilities for damages incurred to property and persons on or adjacent to a construction work site.  As such, these projects present contractors with challenges and pitfalls that might not otherwise be recognized or appreciated on a more traditional, “stand-alone” job site. 

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