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January 26, 2015

AGC chapter honors Slattery, McFarland, Kelley and Kilcup

By SEAN LEWIS
AGC of Washington

The AGC of Washington honored Glyn Slattery of Lydig Construction as Contractor of the Year; Ian McFarland of University Mechanical Contractors as Subcontractor of the Year; and Bryan Kelley of Oles Morrison Rinker Baker as Affiliate of the Year. The awards were presented Jan. 23 during AGC’s annual convention.

(Editor's note: A previous version of this article said Glyn Slattery works for GLY Construction. He is vice president of operations for Lydig Construction.)

The AGC Education Foundation also presented its 2015 Distinguished Service Award to Lee Kilcup of GLY Construction.

Slattery has been an active leader in AGC throughout his career and currently serves on the board. In 2014, he collaborated with the city of Seattle to improve communications, teamwork and efficiency. His input and participation resulted in a more engaging and harmonious project environment.

Kilcup

Kelley

McFarland

Slattery

McFarland chairs the AGC’s popular Future Leadership Forum, and has helped it grow to more than 300 participants. He also headed a restructuring of the forum’s governance while enhancing its educational, networking and community service offerings.

McFarland was recently named to AGC’s Government Affairs Committee.

Kelley, a member of the AGC’s Legal Affairs Committee, was the 2014 chair of the Future Leadership Forum’s Education Subcommittee. He helped develop the forum’s 2014 Leadership Series, a package of leading-edge seminars geared toward developing the professional skills of the next generation of industry leaders. Nearly every seminar sold out.

Kilcup has served as president of both the AGC Education Foundation and AGC of Washington board. He played an instrumental role in establishing the foundation’s Leadership Series, which launched in May 2014. He continues to give back to the industry in retirement by participating in various peer groups and executive trainings. Kilcup and his wife, Anne, joined the foundation’s Legacy Society in 2012.

Sean Lewis is the marketing director for AGC of Washington. He has been in the construction industry for 20 years.


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