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The American Institute of Architects
Associated Builders and Contractors
Associated General Contractors of America
Civil Engineering Research Foundation
Construction Specification Institute
For 35 years, the American Subcontractors Association (ASA) has been the voice of the specialty contracting industry. ASA is the only organization dedicated to fighting for subcontractors' rights. Whether the issue is slow payment, retainage, unfair contracts, federal regulation, or any other issue that may affect the industry, ASA is there to champion the cause.
The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) was founded in Ft. Worth, Texas, in 1955. Since its founding, NAWIC has grown to a membership of 6,500 with more than 200 chapters in 47 U.S. States and in three Canadian provinces. In 1996 NAWIC signed an International Affiliation Agreement with NAWIC-Australia. NAWIC's affiliate "Down Under" already has 11 chapters throughout its borders. In 1998 NAWIC signed an International Affiliation Agreement with New Zealand, and another in 1999 with South African Women in Construction (SAWiC). In its 45 years of service to its membership, NAWIC has advanced the causes of all women in construction whose careers range from business ownership to the skilled trades.