AGC Logo's



Since its founding in 1918 members of the Associated General Contractors have had an emblem of distinction which has been accepted by architects, engineers, public officials, others influencing the award of construction contracts, and the public as reasonable assurance of the skill, integrity and responsibility of the general contractor, specialty contractor and service/supplier who displays it.

The Associated General Contractors of Utah (AGC/U) strongly encourages members to seek out and use other AGC/U members for business. Your use of the AGC logo will help other AGC members identify your company as an active AGC member.

The emblem is reserved for the exclusive use of members of the Associated General Contractors. Its use can be a business asset to AGC members to the extent in which they display it, and to which they maintain the high standards for which it stands.

Where to use the AGC emblem in your business

  • Lapel Buttons
  • Office Doors
  • Checks
  • Envelopes
  • Business Forms
  • Trucks & Equipment
  • Business Cards
  • Advertising
  • Letterheads
  • Job Signs
  • Promotional Literature
  • Job Sites
  • Hard Hats


Simply note that the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC/A) bylaws forbid its members to display the AGC logo or other insignia in any grotesque or facetious fashion, or in any manner that detracts from the dignity or prestige of the association or its chapters. The bylaws also forbid suppliers and service providers to display any of AGC’s insignia on the internet or in any way that suggests or implies that AGC has endorsed or approved of their products or services.

Downloading the Logos

AGC/U logos:


AGC/A logos:

National AGC Link to Stickers page