AGC Honors Arizona Student Chapter

Staff | September 28, 2010

Tempe, AZ— The Associated General Contractors of America has recognized the AGC student chapter at Arizona State University, Tempe, for dedication to community service and public service projects. AGC student chapters encourage and support college student interest in the professional construction industry.

The AGC Outstanding Student Chapter Contest recognizes the top three student chapters for their dedication to community and public service projects. This year's first place winner was Boise State University; Arizona State University took second place; and Southeast Community College took third. Winners are awarded cash prizes during a presentation at their local chapter.

Arizona State University was recognized for its work on the Hunkapi Horse Program, which constructed new horse and training facilities to benefit children with Autism. Southeast Community College (Milford Campus) was commended for their construction of a new sun porch for Sunrise County Manor, a retirement home with more than 85 residents.