The Associated Builders and Contractor's (ABC) National Young Professional Program provides young leaders the opportunity to network and build relationships with peers, industry experts and association leaders across the country and to learn from different perspectives.

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Member company employees can access resources on industry trends and gain insight into the future of construction. It also offers a look into best practices within the association and an outlet to understand, promote and implement the association's strategic goals.

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Through this program, participants will be provided the resources and skills necessary to succeed as the industry's future leaders. By participating in ABC events, young professionals have the opportunity to be a part of the association as they move forward in their careers.

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Young Professional Spotlight

Dan Forget

Company: Sieve Contractors
ABC Chapter: ABC Heart of America Chapter

Dan Forget is a senior project manager for Sieve Contractors, an ABC member company in Washington, Mo. Forget has been with Sieve for seven years and currently works on project development with owners, estimating, and managing the field crews. Forget is involved with the ABC Heart of America Chapter and is the National Grassroots committee’s 2015 national chairman. He graduated from Missouri State in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in Construction Management and is on the board of Gateway Trout Unlimited. 
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