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AGC of California Grows Industrial Relations Advocacy Team

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—The Associated General Contractors of California (AGC) is pleased to announce the continued expansion of its labor relations team with the hire of Marc Goldman as compliance and grievance manager for Southern California. 

“I’m thrilled to have Marc joining our team,” said chief executive officer Peter Tateishi. “He brings to the table significant experience in contract negotiations, compliance and administration, and a unique perspective and skillset thanks to his legal background. His work will be a significant asset to our members in Southern California and across the state and shows our continued focus on enhancing AGC’s labor relations efforts.”

Joining AGC on March 25, Marc most recently served as a contract analyst for Danik Hook, creating, negotiating and overseeing the company’s contracts with suppliers and distributors. Prior to that, Marc worked for Goldman, Magdalin and Krikes as a lien specialist. Marc has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Arizona and a Juris Doctorate from The University of West Los Angeles School of Law. 

In his role with AGC, Marc will be responsible for directly supporting the Southern California region on labor relations and contract administration/compliance matters.

“Our members are going to see an incredible benefit from having Marc join the team,” said Robert Dugan, vice president of Advocacy and Public Affairs. “This new management position in Southern California speaks to the increased attention and strategic development we’ve placed on industrial relations.”   

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