ABC of Texas Announces New President
AUSTIN – Associated Builders and Contractors of Texas has announced Geoffrey Tahuahua will serve as the organization’s new president. Tahuahua succeeds Will McAdams, who was appointed by Governor Abbott to the Public Utility Commission in April.
“In Geoffrey Tahuahua we have chosen a proven leader with a deep understanding of the commercial and industrial construction industry here in Texas,” said GPaul Holliman, Board Chair of ABC of Texas. “Geoffrey will continue to elevate ABC of Texas’ presence at the Texas Capitol and build upon the success we’ve had the last several sessions.”
“As Texas continues to grow, it’s more important than ever that the construction industry has strong representation in our halls of government,” said Tahuahua. “I’m honored to lead the men and women who build Texas as we chart a path toward a stronger economy and brighter future for our great state.”
Geoffrey has over 10 years of working in politics and government affairs both inside and outside the Texas Capitol. Most recently he served as Vice President of Policy and Government Affairs for the Real Estate Council of Austin, which represents the commercial real estate industry in Central Texas, where he led the efforts to pass several bills supporting, the commercial real estate industry statewide and enhanced RECA’s political presence by founding a new SuperPAC. Prior to joining RECA, Geoffrey worked for the Homebuilders Association of Greater Austin, the Texas Public Policy Foundation, and the Texas House of Representatives. He and his wife reside in Dripping Springs, where Geoffrey also serves on City Council.