Gray’s Steve Summers Elected President of AGC of Kentucky

Steve Summers, executive vice president for Gray Construction, has been elected president of the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Kentucky. Steve will serve a one-year term and his duties will include presiding over all board of directors and membership meetings; appointing committee members; acting as the organization’s media spokesperson; and representing AGC of Kentucky in Washington to communicate issues confronting the industry and lobby its congressional delegations on issues of priority.


Steve Summers,

Gray Executive Vice President

Steve Summers, executive vice president for Gray Construction, has been elected president of the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Kentucky. Steve will serve a one-year term and his duties will include presiding over all board of directors and membership meetings; appointing committee members; acting as the organization’s media spokesperson; and representing AGC of Kentucky in Washington to communicate issues confronting the industry and lobby its congressional delegations on issues of priority.

“I am honored to have the opportunity to lead such an important organization to Kentucky’s construction industry,” said Steve. “As president, I hope to further the mission of AGC and successfully represent our membership on a national level.”

“Steve has consistently demonstrated a genuine desire to give back to the profession and focus on objectives to protect and better of the commercial construction industry,” said Richard Vincent, executive vice president of AGC of Kentucky. “His actions and outlook personifies AGC’s credo of ‘Skill, Integrity and Responsibility.’ We look to have an exceptional 2012 under Steve’s leadership.”

Established in 1919 and headquartered in Frankfort, Ky., the Associated General Contractors of Kentucky is a full-service construction association representing a qualified membership of nearly 700 general contractors, specialty contractors and industry associates. AGC of America, the oldest and largest national construction trade association represents over 32,000 firms with 96 chapters across the United States.

Gray Construction, founded in 1960, is consistently ranked among the top ten contractors in the U.S. in the automotive, distribution, food & beverage and manufacturing markets. Gray’s offices are located in Alabama, California, Kentucky and Tokyo, Japan with jobsites operating from coast-to-coast.

    January 23, 2012

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