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Louisiana AGC installs 2010 officers

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Contractor Clint Graham, Lincoln Builders of Ruston Inc., was recently installed as president of the Louisiana Associated General Contractors Inc., a statewide construction trade association headquartered in Baton Rouge comprising nearly 800 construction businesses.

Graham has been with Lincoln Builders since 1989. He is actively involved in the Louisiana AGC, having served on the board and various committees. In addition, he is also a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization.

Other officers of Louisiana AGC serving in 2010 are Senior Vice President Harvey Bessette, Bessette Development Corp., Lake Charles; Vice President Kelly Commander, Command Construction Industries LLC, Metairie; Treasurer Vic Weston, Tri-State Road Boring Inc., Baton Rouge; and Immediate Past President Bruce Hix, James Construction Group LLC, Baton Rouge.

Other board members installed included – Highway/Heavy Division Vice Chairman Ed Scheuermann, Boh Brothers Construction Co. LLC, New Orleans; Flood Control/Coastal Restoration Division Vice Chairman Villere Cross, Manson Gulf LLC, Houma; Lake Charles District Chairman Dannie Fontenot, Asphalt Associates Inc., Lake Charles; and New Orleans District Alternate Director George Wilson Jr., Barriere Construction Co. LLC, Metairie.


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