Opportunities & Announcements

To submit an announcement or opportunity, please email Lori McGovern.
(CAGC does not accept announcements that promote for-profit services. Please click here for advertising opportunities.)

  • Congratulations to State Utility Contractors for being named the 2022 winner of the “Excellence in Business” Award for large employers by the Union County Chamber of Commerce.

  • Congratulations to NJR Construction, LLC for being nominated one of the Fastest 50 growing private companies in Charlotte by the Charlotte Business Journal.

  • UNC Charlotte is conducting a multi-institutional study to understand the impact and growth of Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR) technologies within the AEC-FM industry. Through this study, they also hope to gain insight into industry professionals' familiarity and involvement with AR/VR technologies. Please take this survey here!

  • Mecklenburg County Asset and Facility Management is seeking an NC-Licensed General Contractor to serve on our Architectural Selection Committee.  The successful appointee will serve on interview panels for the selection of Architects, Engineers, and Construction Managers At-Risk for various Design and Construction Projects for the county with a cost of $50,000 or more.  Interview panels are comprised of County Commissioners, a County Executive Cabinet Member, facility user-group representatives, Asset and Facility Management staff, and the General Contractor Representative.  The appointment is for a three-year term and the appointee must commit that he/she, and his/her firm, will not bid or submit qualifications on Mecklenburg County projects during his/her term.  The time commitment is typically 1-2 selection panels per month which last 4-6 hours each.  Interested applicants should contact the Mecklenburg County Clerk of Board of County Commissioners at the link below.  Select the “Architectural Selection Committee” from the list of Boards and Commissions and then select “Apply.”  For further information, contact David Gieser: david.gieser@mecknc.gov .

  • Gary Cline, AIA, Founder of Cline Design in Raleigh, NC, has announced his retirement after 33 years of dedicating his profession to the firm since Cline Design’s inception in 1989. He leaves behind a legacy, closing the door to a venture marked with accolades, exponential firm growth, and integrable design and opening the entryway to the next, with a departure honored at the end of 2022.

  • Congratulations to Smith, Currie & Hancock LLP for being named 2023 “Construction Law Firm of the Year” by U.S. News – Best Lawyers as part of the publication’s esteemed "Best Law Firms" rankings. The award is a significant achievement because it indicates the highest level of respect and recognition in private legal practice and among leading lawyers. The national status is awarded to only one law firm per legal practice area. Smith Currie also was ranked nationally as Tier 1 in “Construction Law” and “Litigation – Construction,” and regionally across Tiers 1, 2 and 3 in five metropolitan areas.

  • Congratulations to CAGC member Nora El-Khouri, founder of Hope Renovations, who is one of 10 CNN Hero finalists. Your vote can help her win $100,000 for her nonprofit! Learn more about this program and Vote here! 

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Information Exchange (For Members Only)

New! CAGC is excited to offer members an opportunity to share information and resources with one another via the Information Exchange. Members may author an informative article (.doc or .docx only), email it to Lori McGovern (lmcgovern@carolinasagc.org), and then we will create a link to your article to be listed on this page. Article links to remain here for approximately one month.

  1. The purpose of a member-authored article is to promote information awareness to other members, such as new laws that could affect construction, new technology, HR awareness, etc. CAGC has the right to refuse any article if content is not deemed appropriate for the construction industry.
  2. Articles should include a title, your name, company name, and email address.
  3. Articles cannot include any company promotional information. To promote your company or services, please click here for advertising opportunities.


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