GSA Administrator Addresses Contractors at AGC Convention

Followed by Joint GSA-Contractor Presentation
On April 2, General Services Administration (GSA) Administrator Emily Murphy headlined the AGC Federal and Heavy Construction Division Session at AGC’s 100th Annual Convention in Denver, Colorado.  Administrator Murphy spoke about the value of AGC’s partnership during her time working on congressional committees and now at GSA Headquarters.  She leads a staff of more than 11,000 employees nationwide and approximately $55 billion in annual contracts. Following Administrator Murphy’s remarks was a presentation reviewing the recently completed Laredo Land Port of Entry project by GSA and Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC.
The presentation by GSA’s Raul Moreno and Brasfield & Gorrie’s Jason Hard and Robert Hammack presented a recent successful federal construction project – the $100M Laredo, Texas Land Port of Entry. The presenters discussed how partnering between the agencies and contractors helped the project overcome complex logistics and security concerns.
For more information, contact Jordan Howard at jordan.howard@agc.org or (703) 837-5368.
 


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