We are ABC

In 1971, a group of like-minded contractors established Associated Builders and Contractors of Georgia (ABC of Georgia) to unite the construction industry and promote the merit shop philosophy throughout our state. Over the last 45 years, we have built upon this foundation and expanded our mission and vision. Today, ABC of Georgia is committed to supporting the growth of construction professionals--both in the field and office--and helping to strengthen business here in Georgia.



Our original educational offerings are timely and relevant to current industry needs. Curated by ABC members, our programs cover technical skills, like concrete best practices or building envelope, as well as soft skills and leadership development.

Learn more about education at ABC.

Members seeking to focus on a particular area of interest are invited to join or establish a Shared Interest Group (SIG). Currently we offer SIGs in the areas of technology, business development and safety.

Learn more about Committees & SIGs at ABC.


It's no secret that relationships are the key to success in business, which is why each month we offer unique opportunities for members to connect. Whether you are an avid golfer or occasional Topgolfer, wine connoisseur or craft beer aficionado, clay shoot enthusiast or amateur chef--ABC provides common ground on which to develop and strengthen relationships.

Learn more about events at ABC.


Join us at the Gold Dome, where we actively support free enterprise and open competition in Georgia. During each session, our Governmental Affairs Task Group--along with our lobbyist--identifies key issues facing Georgia's construction industry and seeks support for proposed legislation.

In conjunction with the Governmental Task Group, our Political Action Committee (PAC) raises funds for local candidates who support ABC's views and philosophies.

Learn more about ABC's advocacy efforts.
 
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