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About

The Human Resources Construction Council (HRCC) is a consortium of human resources / workforce development professionals, employed by US based merit shop contractors, who support the domestic construction industry.

It is the mission of the HRCC to continually advance the knowledge, skills, and abilities of all HRCC professionals and to enhance the quality of HR services and workforce efficiency in the industry. This is accomplished through human resources training and networking opportunities. These efforts will ensure the continued improvement of the construction image, the growth and development of its workforce, and the opportunity to make positive change in the industry.

The HRCC holds an annual conference to provide an opportunity for HR professionals to learn about industry trends and share experiences and expertise with other construction HR and workforce development professionals. This conference brings together experienced and new HR professionals and gives them the opportunity to openly discuss successes and obstacles. The value is in the level of experience that is brought together in one location and the lasting connections that are made for continued support throughout the year. The annual conference receives support from various organizations, vendors, agencies, and law firms that contribute financial assistance to maximize participation, content, and networking.

 

HRCC History

The first HRCC meeting was held in Atlanta, Georgia in 1990. Representatives from nine companies attended the inaugural session. Since then, the HRCC has met at least annually, and our membership has grown to well over 100 companies. The following is a list of the original construction companies and attendees.

·    BE&K (now KBR) - Bill Harris and Bruce May

·    Daniel Construction (Now Fluor) - Steven Greene, TC Smith, Oscar Prioleau, Don Yeomans, Jack West, Stan Turner

·    HB Zachry - Lowell Cranford

·    Jacobs (JE Merritt Construction) - Harry Breeden

·    Litwin Engineering - Lee Judy

·    Metric Construction - Dave LaBounty

·    Rust Constructors - Russ McGriff

·    The Industrial Company (TIC) - Terry Cooksey

·    Turner Industries (Harmony Construction) - Russell Gauthreaux

Target Audience

The target audience for membership is HR professionals who have employees in an open-shop, direct-hire construction industry who have responsibility in the areas of craft recruiting and employment, craft compensation, craft training / workforce development, and labor and employee relations.

 

Member Benefits

-Information and trends specific to the construction industry.

-Real time statistics and projections to help members with project workforce planning and staffing.

-Industry specific human resources network allowing members to support each other and share industry programs/best practices relating to compliance, security, outreach, and workforce development by representatives of contractors in the -ENR top 400.

-Labor and employment outlook updates at the conference and throughout the year.

-Legal / legislative updates provided by industry leading labor and employment law firms.

-The HRCC is led by a chairperson, co-chairperson, and a board of directors who  volunteer and are elected by the       membership. Volunteers benefit from leading, developing, and mentoring peers and contributing toward program development.

·    HRCI and SHRM – Pre-approved continuing education credits available for all attendees.

·    LinkedIn Group access to https://www.linkedin.com/groups/3899868/   

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Bill Burns

Chairman

Kiewit

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Clay Hicks

Co-Chairman

Yates

Schedule

It is the mission of the HRCC to continually advance the knowledge, skills and abilities of all HRCC professionals and to enhance the quality of HR services and workforce efficiency in the industry.


This is accomplished through human resources training and networking opportunities.


These efforts will assure the continued improvement of the construction image, workforce and opportunity.

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