SERVING AS A COLLECTIVE AND COLLABORATIVE FORUM IN DEVELOPING THE FUTURE LEADERS OF THE
AGC OF COLORADO MEMBER COMPANIES
This organization serves as a collective and collaborative forum with a mission of developing future leaders within the member companies in the AGC/C. This leadership development is accomplished by providing a forum that does the following:
- Promotes positive Relationships between all parties involved in the AEC industry.
- Promotes Leadership through advancing knowledge in both best practices and principles.
- Promotes Integrity in the work place achieving higher levels of professional standards in conduct and work.
- Exposes members to new Innovations through technology, materials and business methods.
- Acts as good Stewards of the AGC/C to promote the organization.
- Exposes tomorrow's leaders to the industry Wisdom of today.
- Educates the members in sound Business practices that will raise the standards in the construction industry.
How to Become an FLF Member
- Each company's leadership nominates individuals to be FLF members by completing the Nomination Form. Each company can have a maximum of 3 members.
- Employees nominated by their company's leadership need to complete the Application Form. The FLF Steering Committee reviews all nominations and applications received and will inform applicants of their decision.
- Each individual member of FLF will serve at least a two year term.
- Each member is required to attend no fewer than 9 of the scheduled monthly meetings.
- Each member is required to attend at least 1 of the volunteer opportunities, not including Clay Shoot.
FLF Steering Committee
Kris Kreymborg, Swinerton Builders
Jade Mercer, Adolfson & Peterson Construction
Jeb Bair, Haselden Construction
Jeff Harrington, The Beck Group
Daniel Moor, Berg Electric
Clay Shoot Chair
Brandon VandeLaar, Hensel Phelps
Clay Shoot Co-Chair
Rachel Nixon, IMA Inc.
Member At Large
Kyle Tillery, Adolfson & Peterson Construction
Member At Large
Cathy Bedell, AGC Colorado