CentexAGC has a Rich History of Supporting Local Contractors


The Associated General Contractors of America was founded in 1918. It is a national non-profit trade association of more than 33,000 firms including 7,500 of America’s leading general contracting companies.

The  Waco Chapter AGC, was founded in 1946.  In 1978, the name was changed to the Central Texas Chapter, to better denote service  to  Bell, Bosque, Coryell, Falls, Hamilton, Hill, Limestone & McLennan counties. We are located in Waco, Texas.

When you become a member of the CentexAGC, you also gain membership to the AGC Texas Building Branch, who works on our behalf at the state capital, AGC of America, our national chapter that provides a wealth of member benefits (be sure to create your login at their website!) and the Texas Construction Careers Website, where you can find workers and post about your job needs.

AGC Texas Building Branch

Texas Building Branch LogoAGC-Texas Building Branch is located in Austin and is a service office for all building chapters of AGC in the state.  It belongs to all members and functions as their office in Austin. The Building Branch maintains constant contact with all state agencies affecting the construction industry, including regulatory agencies, awarding authorities, and executive agencies.  The Branch also ensures that the Attorney General's opinions affecting the construction industry have input from AGC before they are rendered. Texas Building Branch publishes a  a complete bonds and liens manual consisting of sections on private work, public work, and federal work. The Building Branch distributes information to chapters and contractors about each piece of legislation that affects their business.  It coordinates efforts in support of or in opposition to bills, and has sponsored bills important to contractors - such as the legislation concerning interest on retainage on public works, rewriting the state’s public and private lien laws, prompt pay, sovereign immunity, cost of goods sold and the statute of limitations which limits contractor and subcontractor liability on completed projects.

AGC of America

When you become a member of the CentexAGC, you also gain membership to the AGC of America and all of their associated benefits. The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is the leading association for the construction industry. AGC represents more than 26,000 firms, including over 6,500 of America’s leading general contractors, and over 9,000 specialty-contracting firms. More than 10,500 service providers and suppliers are also associated with AGC, all through a nationwide network of chapters.

Texas Construction Careers

The CentexAGC is a proud partner with other Texas AGC Chapters in the Texas Construction Careers website. The purpose of the website is to educate potential construction workers that there is a future in our field. Texas Construction Careers is a great place to look for workers and to post you job needs.