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Rick Andritsch to Help Lead the Associated General Contractors of America as its New Vice President

Updated: Apr 30

Associated General Contractors of America New Vice President Rick Andritsch

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) today announced the new officers who have been selected to lead the nation’s largest construction trade association. Rick Andritsch, partner and vice president of business development for Pewaukee, Wis.-based VJS Construction Services, will serve as vice president.

“We have a real opportunity to highlight the essential role our industry plays in building world-class infrastructure, modernizing the economy and supporting millions of middle-class career opportunities,” said Andritsch, AGC’s new vice president. “As the voice of construction, our association will continue to advocate for a strong industry, help members tackle challenges like workforce shortages and connect them with the people and resources they need to be successful.”


As vice president, Andritsch will work with the association’s professional staff and national network of chapters to oversee operations and set strategy. Among his priorities for the year are highlighting how the association can help creating even better workplaces for the construction industry. Rick and his fellow officers will serve in their positions until April 2025, when the association will elect new officers.  


The construction association also announced that Thomas Brown, president of Encinitas, Calif.-based Sierra Pacific West, will serve as president; Todd Roberts, president of Jackson, Miss.-based ERS Inc., will serve as senior vice president. And Ken Kubacki, vice president-Northwest Region manager, Vancouver-based Sundt Construction, will serve as treasurer. Together with Andritsch, the four will lead the association as members of its Executive Board.

AGC is the largest and oldest national construction trade association in the United States, and represents more than 27,000 firms, including 6,500 of America’s leading general contractors, and over 9,000 specialty-contracting firms. More than 10,500 service providers and suppliers are associated with AGC through a nationwide network of 89 chapters.  AGC represents contractors on Capitol Hill, and within federal agencies and the courts, in addition to providing the latest educational resources technological tools of the trade.

Read more about the new officers.



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