August (Augie) L. Huber III is the chief executive officer of A.L. Huber General Contractor. Since assuming the position of CEO of A.L. Huber General Contractor in the early 1980’s, Huber has been responsible for executive management of the firm along with project procurement

He served on the Starlight Theatre Association of Kansas City Board of Directors for two terms between 2002 and 2014 before joining the EPIC Board in 2014.

He has over 40 years of experience in the construction industry, and has overseen regional projects likeThe Raphael Hotel and the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Kansas City, Missouri, the Unity School of Christianity World Headquarters in Unity Village, Missouri, and the Longview Chapel & Elementary School in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Internationally, he has overseen the Christo & Jeanne Claude Art Installations in Kansas City, Missouri, Surrounded Islands in Biscayne Bay, California, and Japan.

In addition to his role in the family-owned business, Augie taught Civil Engineering at the University of Missouri-Columbia for six years. He also taught architectural engineering at the University of Kansas for six years.

His deeply rooted community relationships have been an important part of A.L. Huber’s success. In addition to the their family foundation, the Huber family generously supports a wide array of Kansas City’s philanthropic organizations such as the Associated General Contractors of America, Builders’ Association of Kansas City, Engineer’s Club of Kansas City, Friends of Art, Historic Kansas City Foundation, Starlight Theatre of Kansas City, and many more. Personally, Augie has served in vital roles on the boards of many Kansas City organizations, such as the chairman of the Missouri Building & Fire Codes Board of Appeals and the president of the Kansas City Associated General Contractors.

He received his bachelor of science in civil engineering from the University of Kansas and his masters of science in civil engineering/construction management from the University of Missouri.