AGC/AIA Golf Tournament Raises $20,000 For ace mentor PROGRAM houston

AGC Houston and the American Institute of Architects Houston Chapter Houston members teed it up at Champions Golf Club on Monday, April 9 for the 23rd Annual AGC/AIA Golf Tournament. The event drew more than 250 golfers, representing the design and construction industry as well as owners. This year, the golf tournament raised $20,000 for ACE Mentor Program Houston, Inc. The program mentors high school students to find their way into the architecture, construction and engineering industries. To date, 79 Houston area schools offer an ACE Mentor Program to their students.

ACE Mentor Houston Chairperson, Angela Cotie, Gilbane Building Company and Adam Cryer, Pinnacle Structural Engineers, accepted the check on behalf of the organization “This is the 13th year ACE Mentor has been actively engaged in the Greater Houston Area, ACE Mentor Houston could not do it without the continued support of the AGC and the AIA. We currently serve 300 students throughout our city.”

AGC Houston also serves as a meeting place for the mentors and high school students to tackle the program’s projects. “Over the course of 18 weeks, we introduce high school students to the countless careers in Architecture, Construction and Engineering, and start unraveling our world so that they can find a path that suits them,” added Cotie. Visit for more information.

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Congratulations To The Winners!

Cypress Creek Course

First Place
Oldcastle Precast, Inc.

Second Place
Watts Pool Company

Third Place
MLN Company

Closet to the Pin -  Toby Miclette
Longest Drive - Ryan Jackson

Jackrabbit Course

First Place
TAS Commercial Concrete

Second Place
Century Asphalt Materials

Third Place
The Mathis Group, Inc.

Closest to the Pin - Taylor Macon
Longest Drive - Caleb Asp