Associated General Contractors of California
Jaimie Angus began working as a laborer for Griffith Company in 1987 while he was completing his degree in aerospace engineering at San Diego State. The second generation in his family to work in construction, Jaimie followed in the footsteps of his father, a former Griffith Company superintendent. During his rise from laborer to estimator to Los Angeles District Manager, Jaimie participated in a number of Griffith Company’s notable projects, including the $20- million Vista Village Redevelopment Project and the $71- million Pier T Project. In 2010 Jaimie was appointed Executive Vice-President and assumed day-to-day operations responsibilities. As President, Jaimie oversees operations throughout the Company including estimating, project management and field forces. Jaimie has been instrumental in developing our large job project management team skills while building high profile Port of Los Angeles projects like the $126 Cabrillo Way Marina and the $54- million Harry Bridges Buffer Projects. In 2006 and 2007, Jaimie served as Chair of the AGC of California’s Los Angeles District, including the coordination of the District Workforce Development efforts. While serving as a State Board Director in 2013 Jaimie chaired the Joint Engineering Division Board. In 2016 Jaimie served as AGC California President.