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Tat makes him perfectly suited in


the leadership of AGC of California, where he will head up an ongoing search and executive recruiting process to bring in a new AGC of California CEO this year as Tom Holsman prepares to retire after more than 30 years of service with the association. “We are conducting a collaborative


effort trying to stay sensitive to the needs of the association, but also looking to future needs,” he notes. Mencarini will also spearhead


the association’s efforts to stay in the forefront of the industry, helping shape industry-wide solutions to an array of issues. Major challenges include finding new transportation funding, contending with issues surrounding the new statute subjecting ready-mix concrete delivery to California’s prevailing wage law, and apprenticeship ratio legislation, to name just a few. Mencarini says the association is


poised to move forward and continues to welcome collaboration with other associations to achieve common industry goals. “One of the things that


is important to me is to take some of that energy from our past presidents and really build on what they started,” he notes. “As an industry, we are all stronger working together towards mutual goals.”


Active Outreach Planned To achieve his goal of greater


engagement and member participation within AGC, Mencarini says he will not only personally encourage new members to come on board and get involved, but will encourage district staff and other officers “to reach out and thank people for their time and effort.” “Our focus will be customer/


member centric, making sure that members see us as meeting or exceeding their expectations,” he says. “Te AGC staff is extremely well-prepared and behind this effort as well.” AGC will also continue to focus on


building up and bringing into the fold the next generation of young leaders – something that has long been near and dear to his own heart. Mencarini previously served as a coach for the


Sac State commercial building team at the annual Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) competition, and embraced his years serving on the board and as Chair of the AGC Construction Education Foundation. “It is very rewarding to see the


younger generation interacting with seasoned industry professionals,” Mencarini says. “Tey bring a different dynamic to our association and our industry that really is vital to our future success.” Mencarini says he and wife, Carey,


the 2017 AGC of California First Lady, look forward to a busy and productive year ahead. Teir family includes son Nick, 21, who is following in dad’s footsteps pursuing a degree in construction management from Chico State and who currently serves as AGC Student Chapter President for that school, and son Austin, 17, a high school junior and year-round basketball athlete. Family activities, golf, fishing, hunting and occasionally skiing fill in free time when he is not busy doing the important work of AGC or Unger. 


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