Sundt Employee-Owner Joins AGC National Board of Directors

TEMPE, Arizona (Mar. 14 2017) – Andrew Apostolik, Director of Project Controls for Sundt Construction, has joined the national board of directors for the Associated General Contractors of America, the leading association for the construction industry.

A member of the AGC’s Utility and Infrastructure Division for the past several years, Apostolik was nominated to the Vice-Chair position for the UI Division. Each Chair and Vice-Chair of the association’s Occupational Divisions also serves on the Board of Directors.

Apostolik has more than 20 years of experience in the industry, working primarily on civil infrastructure and heavy industrial projects. He is a Certified Professional Constructor through the American Institute of Constructors, Designated Design-Build Professional by the Design Build Institute of America and has achieved a Certificate of Management – Lean Construction from AGC-America. Apostolik has a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Arizona.

Apostolik also serves as President of the Board of Directors of the Sundt Foundation and is actively involved in the construction of low-income housing as a Leader for Habitat for Humanity.

 

About Sundt
Sundt Construction, Inc. (www.sundt.com) is one of the country’s largest and most respected general contractors. The 127-year-old firm specializes in transportation, industrial and building work and is known for its commitment to quality and innovative approach to construction services. Sundt has offices throughout Arizona, Texas, California and Utah and is 100 percent owned by its approximately 1,800 employees. The company is consistently ranked among the Best Places to Work by business publications in multiple cities and in 2016 it was named the nation’s safest construction company by the Associated General Contractors of America for the second time in a decade – an honor no other contractor can claim. Sundt’s charitable arm, the Sundt Foundation, recently crossed the $7.7 million mark in donations made to hundreds of nonprofit organizations across the country.

 

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