BOISE, ID – March 1, 2010 – Attorney Joe Meuleman has been named to serve a three-year term on the Construction Leadership Council Steering Committee of The Associated General Contractors of America.
The Steering Committee is comprised of just 17 individuals chosen from local AGC chapters across the United States. It was created to help structure the AGC of America for the future, to create and promote industry innovation, and to discuss issues and provide feedback to AGC leadership. Members of the Steering Committee participate on other AGC of America committees during their three-year term.
Mr. Meuleman is an attorney with the law firm Meuleman Mollerup LLP, practicing in the areas of Construction Law and Commercial Litigation. He represents contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, sureties, and project developers in a variety of construction related disputes and transactions.
Prior to graduating from law school, Mr. Meuleman enjoyed 10+ years of construction experience in general construction, project management and cost controls. He has been actively involved with the Idaho AGC since 2004. In 2006, Mr. Meuleman completed a legal internship with the AGC of America in Arlington, Virginia where he co-authored a report titled, “The AGC of America Guide to Employee Travel Reimbursement.”
Meuleman Mollerup LLP attorneys have served the construction, real estate, and business communities for over 29 years. The attorneys of Meuleman Mollerup offer the experience and expertise that come from years of focus on those specific industry groups. The firm can be reached at 208.342.6066, or on the web at www.lawidaho.com.
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Vivian Otero-Epley, Marketing & Client Services Manager
Meuleman Mollerup LLP
Boise, Idaho 83702