Frankfort, Ky. (March 25, 2015) – The Associated General Contractors of Kentucky (AGC of Kentucky) endorses NetGain Technologies as the association’s official technology provider.
NetGain Technologies has been a Kentucky-based IT services leader since 1984. NetGain’s Lexington headquarters and Louisville and Cincinnati branch offices provide local support to contractors throughout the Commonwealth.
The company’s managed services offerings are designed to offer efficient technology solutions to contractors and construction companies. An industry-leading, secure network operations center staffed by 80 technicians and engineers—with more than 250 technical certifications—forms the core of Technology OneSource, the company’s award-winning managed IT services package for contracting companies.
Richard Vincent, AGC of Kentucky’s executive vice president, said, “AGC of Kentucky proudly endorses NetGain Technologies as a provider of superior technology support services. I’m confident that NetGain’s expertise in systems and security will be a boon to our 700-plus members in the Kentucky contracting community.”
Mark Jacobson, NetGain’s CEO and owner, said that his company will open new accounts in 2015, focusing on AGC of Kentucky members. “We’re thrilled to be working with the Associated General Contractors of Kentucky. Expanding our infrastructure allows us to open our doors to additional members of the commercial contracting community. We’re looking forward to helping AGC of Kentucky’s members contain costs and boost profitability.”
AGC of Kentucky’s qualified membership of more than 700 prime contractors and industry associates is involved in the construction of the Commonwealth’s commercial buildings, shopping centers, factories, warehouses, highways, bridges, airports, water and wastewater facilities, dams, and defense facilities.
The AGC of Kentucky is headquartered in Frankfort and is affiliated with the Associated General Contractors of America, the largest and oldest national construction trade association, founded in 1918. AGC of America represents more than 32,000 firms, including 8,000 of America’s leading general contractors and 12,000 specialty-contracting firms.