ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The Associated General Contractors of America invites industry professionals to register and attend its Construction Safety, Health and Environmental Conference July 16-18 in St. Louis.

The conference takes place at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch.

Connecting with peers in the construction industry and gaining valuable updates on topics such as climate change, mental health, risk management and more are focuses of the continuing education event.

Brandon Anderson, AGC of Missouri vice president of safety and co-chairman of the AGC of America’s Mental Health & Suicide Prevention Task Force, says the conference offers both AGC members and non-members the opportunity to find solutions to their greatest industry-related challenges while keeping pace with the latest regulatory and legislative issues impacting construction.

“This three-day conference is packed with critical, timely information and expertise to equip construction industry professionals with important knowledge and skills building while also connecting them with fellow thought leaders across the country,” Anderson said. “We encourage anyone whose job touches the world of construction safety, health and the environment to attend. It will be well worth the investment of time.”

AGC members who register by the June 13th early bird deadline pay $699 (or $835 past June 13). Non-members pay $989.

To learn more and register today, see https://shec.agc.org/