The AGC of Wisconsin is one of the leading resources for construction workforce development in the state. Efforts through AGC and in conjunction with industry partners are focused on the goal to attract, retain and train the future construction industry workforce.
Each year, the United States adds more than $600 billion worth of new construction projects such as new hospitals, schools, highways and bridges, office buildings and stores.
Don't let the big numbers hide the fact that no construction project gets done without people to design and manage the project, order materials, operate the equipment, schedule work, and supervise the jobs. There are 6.9 million Americans who are responsible for building the structures you see. All are talented people with special training.
Construction careers start with a high school degree and can take you into apprenticeship, technical college or university.
To learn more about the all of AGC's workforce development resources, contact the AGC of Wisconsin at 608.221.3821.
Workforce Development Resources