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Larry Knox with Bob Moore Construction, member of the AGC Fort Worth / QUOIN board of directors.
Larry Knox, Senior Vice President for Bob Moore Construction and Board Member for AGC Ft. Worth / QUOIN.

Bob Moore Construction is an active member of AGC Fort Worth, including leadership roles in the organization.

In December 2007 Larry Knox, Senior Vice President for Bob Moore Construction, was named to a three-year position on Ft. Worth AGC / QUOIN's board of directors. The board is comprised of 24 senior construction professionals in the area, and provides leadership, oversight and direction to the chapter. Initiatives taken on by the board include representing the industry's interests in the development of federal, state and local legislation; driving better business practices in the community regarding environmental control, safety and productivity; working with community officials to improve business development opportunities in the region; and expanding the organization's membership.

For more information about Larry Knox's selection to Fort Worth / QUOIN's Board of Directors, please read the press release from Bob Moore Construction.

Dino Sideris, Safety Director for Bob Moore Construction, was selected as Vice Chairman of AGC Fort Worth / QUOIN's Safety Leadership Committee. The Safety Leadership Committee is a select group of QUOIN members who drive greater quality and awareness in safety throughout the local AGC community.

Previously, the company has sponsored Ft. Worth AGC's Region V Student Design/Build Competition, where 30 students from five colleges competed for the right to represent their school at a national competition. For more information about the Student Design / Build Competion, please read the press release from Bob Moore Construction.

Dino Sideris, Safety Director for Bob Moore Construction, named 2008 Safety Director of the Year for AGC Fort Worth and QUOIN.
Dino Sideris, Safety Director for Bob Moore Construction, Vice Chairman of QUOIN's Safety Leadership Committee and AGC Fort Worth / QUOIN's 2008 Safety Director of the Year.

The company also sponsored an AGC Ft. Worth skeet shoot to raise funds for QUOIN's Education and Research Foundation. This foundation provides over $50,000 each year in scholarships and grants for construction management students and runs the annual Region V Student Competition.

Over the past several years, Bob Moore Construction has earned numerous awards through Ft. Worth AGC / QUOIN, including the 2005 General Contractor of the Year Award. Other awards have included a 2007 Summit Award, 2006 Summit Award, and 2007 Outstanding Construction Award, a statewide honor presented by the Texas Building Branch / AGC in Washington DC. Additionally, Dino Sideris has been recognized as part of AGC Ft. Worth / QUOIN's Safety Leadership Resource Group, which earned national honors an award for Best Individual Public Relations Campaign, and was named AGC Ft. Worth / QUOIN's Safety Director of the Year in 2008.

"I have always felt that being a member of AGC sets us apart," said Larry Knox, Senior Vice President for Bob Moore Construction. "Fort Worth AGC members have tremendous educational programs in a variety of construction-related subjects, from safety to professional development and superintendent training, to LEED Green Building standards.

"In Texas, Ft. Worth AGC / QUOIN has a tremendous positive impact on our industry, and our communities as well. By joining QUOIN you are making a commitment to standards of conduct and ethics that are invaluable to our clients, our employees and the industry. AGC Fort Worth members are seen as better trained and more professional than other companies, and I believe there's a good reason for that."

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AGC Member Bob Moore Construction recognizes that the AGC Ft. Worth's name was changed to TEXO The Construction Association in 2009. This followed the merger of the North Texas Chapters of AGC and ABC. While initially the name TEXO was not widely recognized with other construction and commercial real estate businesses, it has since become well known and regarded. The merger of AGC and ABC in Fort Worth will continue to offer benefits to the industry and has already been instrumental in key legislative changes that have made a positive impact for General Contractors as well as Specialty Contractors all over the state of Texas.

The purpose of this website is to provide historical information about the Fort Worth AGC and to help make the new consolidated organization's information easier for you to find. For more information about TEXO The Construction Association Chapters of AGC / ABC, we encourage to you to visit their website at:

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