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Saturday August 13th, 2022 5:44AM

Gainesville man chosen for position with national construction industry group

By AccessWDUN Staff

Carroll Daniel Construction Company's division manager, Trent Brown, has been selected to serve on the steering committee for the Association of General Contractors of America’s Construction Leadership Council.

The council, according to an AGC news release, is  a collection of emerging construction industry leaders involved across 92 AGC chapters nationwide. 

“The Association of General Contractors is an organization that makes a powerful impact in our industry, and one that has formed several initiatives to invest in up-and-coming leaders in our field,” Brown said. “I am grateful and honored to be selected to serve on the Construction Leadership Council’s steering committee and am excited to have the opportunity to leverage new ideas and advancement opportunities through my involvement on this committee.”

“Our company has prospered over the years as a result of the hard work and integrity of the people we employ – especially our young leaders,” says Brian Daniel, President of Carroll Daniel Construction. “We are proud to have Trent represent our company and our industry, and look forward to witnessing the ways in which his involvement on the Construction Leadership Council’s steering committee will help influence the next generation of leaders and the direction of industry as a whole.”  

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Gainesville man chosen for position with national construction industry group
Carroll Daniel Construction Company's division manager, Trent Brown, has been selected to serve on the steering committee for the Association of General Contractors of America’s Construction Leadership Council.
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