AGC Of East Tennessee Announces New Leadership, Industry Award Winners

Friday, March 15, 2019

At its Annual Member Meeting, the Associated General Contractors of East Tennessee installed a new slate of board officers and directors to lead the 250-member organization trade association focused on construction. 

New officers include Chair Nic Cornelison (vice president with P&C Construction); Vice Chair Jason Medeiros (vice president with Pointe General Contractors); Secretary / Treasurer Jerod Gilley (project manager with Construction Consultants). 

Jimmy Lail with Raines Brothers Construction remains on the Executive Committee as immediate past chair.  Jennifer Summerlin, operations manager with Inline Electric, joins the board as a new associate director. 

Other board members include Todd Mayse (Mayse Construction), Ty Edwards (T. Gene Edwards), Jamie Thomas (Thomas Brothers Construction), Will Tutton (Southeast Painters), and Randy Wilson (Miller & Martin).  Arch Willingham with T.U. Parks Construction rolls off the board after having served 16 years on the AGC board.

This year, AGC of East Tennessee honored two members with special awards.  Mike Davis with P&C Construction received the chapter’s Legends Award for his long-time contributions towards workforce development and industry advancements.  Bruce Case, president of Construction Consultants, received the coveted S.I.R. Award, an award that honors high level industry leaders across the nation who exemplify the AGC of America’s motto of Service, Integrity and Responsibility.


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