ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS AGC Honors Three with Achievement Awards AGC of California awarded three

coveted Achievement Awards for 2016 during its annual Awards evening in Monterey on October 22, 2016. Each award honors the individual’s extensive career of service to the construction industry and within AGC over the years.

Contractor Achievement Award James “Jim” Troup, Monterey

Mechanical Co., Oakland, received the 2016 Contractor Achievement Award, honoring his many years of service and accomplishments in the California construction industry. Troup began his construction

career in 1982 with Dillingham Construction, where he worked before joining Monterey Mechanical in 1989. He moved up the ranks to be named President of Monterey Mechanical in 2011. Troup has been an active AGC member, including serving as chair of the Joint Engineering Division in 2011. He also served as an ACE Mentor, influencing many students and young professionals. His successful career in the construction industry has been marked by a dedication to creating a workplace that boosts team building, company loyalty and workplace morale.

Specialty Contractor Achievement Award Tom Brickley, Brickley

Environmental, San Bernardino, received the 2016 Specialty Contractor Achievement Award, honoring a construction career that has spanned over three decades. He is President, General Manager and co-owner of Brickley Environmental and CFO and co-owner of Environmental Contractors Transportation, Inc. A licensed general contractor

and U.S. Air Force veteran, Brickley is active in the AGC, Salvation Army Advisory Board, Inland Action Inc. and other community and industry groups. A long-time, active member of the AGC Building Division and PAC Committee, he has also helped lead several high profile local community projects as part of the Riverside/San Bernardino Board of Directors.

Associate Achievement Award Marjorie Del Toro, President and

CEO of ehs International, Inc., Irvine, received the 2016 AGC Associate Achievement Award. Te loss of her uncle in 1978 in a workplace accident

2016 AGC of California Achievement Award winners include: Tom Brickley, Brickley Environmental, Specialty Contractor Achievement Award; Marjorie Del Toro, ehs International, Inc., Associate Achievement Award; and James “Jim” Troup, Monterey Mechanical Co., Contractor Achievement Award.

sparked her desire to do her part to keep the workforce safe. Del Toro began her journey in 1997 with $300, and turned it into a multi-million-dollar enter- prise whose mission is “protecting our workforce for future generations.” Del Toro works directly with

organizations to develop and implement solutions addressing the challenges of regulatory compliance and risk management. Her extensive involvement in AGC and a variety of industry organizations demonstrates her commitment to assisting industries to develop safe work environments. 

CSU Chico Educator Wins AGC ‘Friend’ Award

California State University, Chico Lecturer Alan Bond, center, received the AGC Construction Education Friend Award from Mike Mencarini, Past Chair of the AGC Construction Education Foundation (left), and Dave Garese, 2017 Awards Committee Chair (right).

Friend Award. Bond received his BS in

Alan Bond, Lecturer at California

State University, Chico, received the AGC 2016 Construction Education

Construction Management and an MBA. He worked in the construction industry for

over 27 years, with the majority of the time at West Coast Contractors,

Inc. in Fairfield. Bond returned to his alma mater of Chico State in 2011 as a lecturer. His teaching philosophy includes finding innovative ways to share his industry knowledge with the next generation of builders. Bond coaches a highly competitive

Commercial Building team for the Associated Schools of Construc- tion’s annual competition and serves as faculty advisor to the active AGC student chapter. Bond currently volun- teers as the AGC National Student Chapter Task Force Chairman. 

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