Associated General Contractors
of New Hampshire

Associated General Contractors of New Hampshire

Please note: Publications are for member-use only. For more information on how to become a member, please visit the Membership page.
Construction Connections
A Bi-Weekly Newsletter
Construction Connections is AGC of NH’s main publication, and is delivered to all members in a printed and digital format. It covers nearly every aspect of the commercial construction industry, and provides information on current events, legislation, new requirements and regulations, and member news. It is also a great advertising medium for members to reach their target audience.

Click here to view a past sample issue of the AGC of NH newsletter.
Plans Room & Low Bids Newsletter
The Plans Room & Low Bids Newsletter was created to provide members with quicker and more convenient information on the state’s projects. It lists what the Association currently has in its plans room, including any addenda issued, announcement of pre-bid meetings for that week, and low bid results. It is a great companion publication to the physical plans room, and a great resource for any general contractor, subcontractor, or affiliate member.

Click here to view a past issue of the Plans Room & Low Bids newsletter.
Legislative Report
Each year the Association puts together a summary of the legislative session. It includes recaps of AGC of NH’s most important bills, actions taken by the Association, and final outcome of the bills. An Executive Summary at the beginning highlights the direction of each session.
Annual Report
To end the year, AGC of NH completes an Annual Report, which highlights the important events of the year. The Annual Report also contains a brief legislative report, recap of the publications produced in the year, and an address from the outgoing president.
Construction Industry Directory
The Construction Industry Directory is an annual publication that lists contact and service information for all AGC of NH members. Members are listed alphabetically, as well as in a classified index by service. The Directory also has a Construction Industry Reference Guide, which lists contact information for state agencies and leaders. It is distributed to all members, cities and towns, and potential owners.