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Statesboro man is named to statewide board
Associated General Contractors taps Brad Williams
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Brad Williams
      Georgia Branch, AGC, one of 95 Chapters affiliated nationwide with The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), recently announced the election of Statesboro business owner Brad M. Williams as a member of the Chapter's 2009-2010 Board of Directors.
      Williams is vice president of Dabbs-Williams General Contractors, LLC, a full-service commercial construction firm that has served the southeastern United States for the past nine years. The firm offers general contracting and construction management services to clients looking to build quality schools, banks, motels, jails, retail space, restaurants, offices, warehouses, light manufacturing and medical facilities.
      As an active member of the Bulloch County community he supports several local civic programs including the Joseph's Home for Boys, Bulloch Academy, Rotary Club and the Boys and Girls Club. Since 2002, Williams has served on the Georgia Southern University Construction Management Program's Advisory Council helping guide the curriculum for those who are studying to be the construction industry's future workforce.
      "I look forward to serving Georgia Branch, AGC as a new member of its respected Board of Directors," Williams said. "I enjoy the opportunity to give back to my community, and I am honored to have this opportunity to give back to my industry."
      Williams is joined by 31 other construction leaders from throughout Georgia on the Chapter's Board of Directors.
      Georgia Branch, AGC members include over 575 of the top general contractors, residential/light commercial builders, construction managers, design-builders, municipal-utility contractors, heavy and highway contractors, specialty contractors, service providers, and suppliers throughout the state.