ConsensusDocs® is a coalition of associations representing diverse interests in the design and construction industry that collaboratively develops and promotes standard form construction contract documents that advance the construction process. The ConsensusDocs Coalition is committed to assuring that the contracts serve the best interests of the project and the industry. View our Affiliates. Read the ConsensusDocs Procedures.
ACCA is a non-profit association serving more than 60,000 professionals and 4,000 businesses in the HVACR community, working together to promote professional contracting, energy efficiency, and healthy, comfortable indoor environments. Our roots stretch back to the early part of the 20th century, and the organization was incorporated in its present form over 40 years ago. ACCA is the only nationwide organization of, by and for the small businesses that design, install and maintain indoor environmental systems.
The AABC Commissioning Group (ACG) is a non-profit association dedicated to the advancement of independent third-party commissioning professionals. ACG strives to promote a better understanding of the commissioning process by educating, training, and certifying qualified individuals as Certified Commissioning Authorities (CxAs), and Certified Commissioning Technicians (CxTs). Established in 2004 to better serve the growing commissioning community, ACG's fundamental principles include independence, certification, and training and education.
AIC is a non-profit organization that serves as the national qualifying body of professional constructors. Among AIC’s purposes is to promote excellence in the industry by establishing standards of ethics and competence, promoting the advancement of construction-related fields, and facilitating the exchange of information and ideas within the industry. Over 2,000 professionals each year sit for AIC’s Associate Constructor (AC) or Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) certification examinations.
The American Society of Professional Estimators serves construction estimators by providing education, ethics, standards, certification, fellowship, and opportunities for professional development. The ultimate goal is Professionalism. Every construction project should start with a professionally prepared estimate. The more professional the estimator and the estimate, the more likely the project will be on budget and with less problems.
ASA is a non-profit, national, membership trade association of 5,500 subcontractors, specialty trade contractors and suppliers in the construction industry.
The Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) is a nonprofit trade association founded in 1953. Today, AWI represents nearly 4,000 members consisting of architectural woodworkers, suppliers, design professionals and students from around the world.
ABC is a national association representing more than 24,000 merit shop construction and construction-related firms that perform work in the industrial and commercial sectors of the industry across the U.S.
AGC, the voice of the construction industry, is an organization of qualified construction contractors and industry related companies dedicated to skill, integrity, and responsibility. The association provides a full range of services satisfying the needs and concerns of its members, thereby improving the quality of construction and protecting the public interest.
ASC is an "umbrella organization" of nine national associations of construction specialty contractors, whose combined membership totals more than 25,000 firms.
Since 1918, AWCI has been serving wall and ceiling contractors, manufacturers, suppliers/distributors and others allied to the fields of acoustics, drywall, EIFS, fireproofing, insulation, plaster, steel framing, stucco and many other interior and exterior applications.
CFMA is "The Source & Resource for Construction Financial Professionals" and the only nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the construction financial professional. Established in 1981, CFMA’s General Members include financial professionals working for contractors, developers, construction managers, architects, engineers, principals, and material and equipment suppliers. Associate Members include accounting, insurance, surety, software, legal and banking specialists who serve the construction industry. CFMA has more than 7,000 members in 88 chapters throughout the U.S.
CIRT is exclusively composed of approximately 100 CEOs from the leading architectural, engineering and construction firms and its mission is to be a leading force for positive change in the design / construction industry while helping members improve the overall performance of their individual companies.
Construction Owners Association of America supports project owners' success in the design and construction of buildings and facilities through education, information and developing relationships within the industry.
CSI is a national association dedicated to creating standards and formats to improve construction documents and project delivery. The organization is unique in the industry in that its members are a cross–section of specifiers, architects, engineers, contractors and building materials suppliers. The organization has 146 chapters and more than 13,000 members. CSI is renowned in the industry for its rigorous certification programs for professionals seeking to improve their knowledge of accurate and concise construction documents. CSI provides continuing education, professional conferences and product shows.
CURT provides a forum for the exchange of information, views, practices and policies of various owners at the national level by construction and engineering executives representing major corporations that are among the largest consumers in the construction industry.
The Dispute Resolution Board Foundation (DRBF) is a non-profit international association of construction industry professional committed to real time dispute avoidance and resolution through the use of Dispute Boards. Members represent owner organizations and employers, architects, engineer, contractors, legal professional, funding agencies and consultants.
DHI is an association proudly serving door security and safety professionals, and the dynamic companies they represent, in the non-residential construction industry. Through education, advocacy, accreditation and facilitated networking, we provide members with the collective intelligence to meet the security and safety needs of their customers.
FCA was created by union contractors seeking to address the unique labor-management and government relations needs of union employers.
The Geoprofessional Business Association is a not-for-profit organization of nearly 300 Member Firms that provide geoprofessional services vital to the well-being of society, now and in the future. These services include geotechnical, geologic, environmental, construction materials engineering and testing, and related professional services. GBA's purpose is to help geoprofessionals maximize their importance and value to the marketplace, achieve business excellence, and manage risk.
The Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) is a national trade association for merit shop electrical and systems contractors. IEC believes in developing and fostering a stronger economy through the level of quality and services its members provide to the industry.
LCI's purpose is to reform the management of production in design, engineering and construction for capital facilities. LCI developed the Lean Project Delivery System™ (LPDS) that applies principles pioneered in manufacturing to construction.
The Mechanical Contractors Association of America, Inc. is a vibrant, growing association of approximately 2,300 mechanical, plumbing and service contractors. Members enjoy MCAA’s outstanding education programs, an expanding catalog of resources to help them manage and grow their businesses, periodicals and a website to keep them informed and connected, and business services to save them money.
NACA was created to enhance the control environment related to construction projects, by addressing the needs of auditors who spend a significant amount of their efforts auditing and controlling projects, and owners and management who want to improve their knowledge base of contracts and process controls, thereby improving the overall product delivered to their customers. NACA grants the designation of Certified Construction Auditor (CCA) and Construction Control Professional (CCP) to individuals with the expertise in these areas.
Since 1908, the National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) has served as the trade association for the electrical distribution industry. NAED is a 501(c)6 not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving and protecting the electrical distribution channel.
NASFA's mission is to provide leadership in the development and implementation of state facility administration practices for the planning, development, operations and maintenance of state facilities, including hospitals, prisons, parks, and colleges and universities.
NASBP is the international organization of professional surety bond producers and brokers and represents over 5,000 personnel who specialize in surety bonding, provide performance and payments bonds for the construction industry, and issue other types of surety bonds for guaranteeing performance.
In NAWIC's 55 years of service to its membership, NAWIC has advanced the causes of all women in construction, from tradeswomen to business owners. NAWIC has a membership of more than 4,500, with more than 165 chapters nationwide and affiliations around the world.
NECA is the voice of the $100 billion industry responsible for lighting, power, and communication systems in buildings and communities across the United States. NECA advances the electrical contracting industry through advocacy, education, research, and standards development.
The National Ground Water Association is the hallmark organization for anyone affiliated with the groundwater industry. A nonprofit organization, NGWA is comprised of more than 13,000 U.S. and international groundwater professionals — contractors, scientists and engineers, equipment manufacturers and suppliers. Our purpose is to provide guidance to members, government representatives and the public for sound scientific, economic and beneficial development, protection and management of the world's groundwater resources.
NRCA is the voice of professional roofing contractors worldwide. It is an association of roofing, roof deck, and waterproofing contractors; industry-related associate members, including manufacturers, distributors, architects, consultants, engineers, and city, state, and government agencies; and international members. NRCA has more than 4,600 members from all 50 states and 54 countries.
NSA was formed to keep open lines of communication between its members, which is currently comprised of 14 member organizations, with a total membership of over 3,500 member firms.
NUCA – Representing Utility and Excavation Contractors. NUCA is the only national organization working effectively in Washington for the underground utility and excavation construction industry to address the nation’s decaying infrastructure. NUCA represents contractors, suppliers and manufacturers involved in water, sewer, gas, electric, telecommunications, site work and other segments of the industry across the country. NUCA unites the industry to address common problems and strengthen the industry.
For over 120 years, PDCA has served as the leader of the painting and decorating profession and industry. PDCA is dedicated to the promotion, advancement, and business education of the entire painting and decorating profession and industry through standards development, industry specific publication, advocacy and company accreditation.
PHCC is dedicated to the promotion, advancement, education and training of the industry, for the protection of our environment and the health, safety, and comfort of society. PHCC's more than 4,100 contractor members work in the residential, commercial, new construction, industrial and service and repair industry segments.
The Retail Contractors Association is a national organization of high caliber contractors united to provide a solid foundation of ethics, quality, and professionalism in the retail industry. Through our programs, educational offerings, and networking opportunities, we promote excellence, safety, ethical practices; establish industry standards; foster cooperation; exchange ideas, information & solutions; and explore new trends in the retail construction industry.
SMACNA's mission is to provide products, services, and representation to enhance members' businesses, markets, and profitability. SMACNA has 1,944 members throughout the U.S. and internationally.
SFAA, whose member companies collectively write the majority of surety and fidelity bonds in the United States, represents its member companies in matters of common interest before various federal, state and local government agencies.
The United States Hispanic Construction Association (USHCA) is a US based organization representing Hispanics in construction and is proud of the work ethic, dedication and positive contributions that Hispanics have made to the United States. The USHCA is built and driven by a commitment to integrity, transparency and the advancement and growth of Hispanic businesses in the construction industry. The USHCA is also committed to advocate and promote for workplace safety and career advancement on behalf of the growing number of Hispanics in the construction industry workforce.
WCOE was conceived in 1983 by 11 women who envisioned a national association to custom fit their unique business needs in the construction industry. They formed Women Construction Owners & Executives, USA to promote opportunities and business for women-owned firms and policy-making executives in the construction industry. WCOE's national member-businesses include general contractors, top-level policy-making executives, architects, engineers, construction project managers, subcontractors and other business women and professionals related to the construction industry.
WWEMA is a non-profit trade organization founded in 1908 to represent the interests of companies that manufacture products sold to the potable water and wastewater treatment industries. Its mission is to inform, educate and provide leadership on issues which affect the worldwide water and wastewater equipment industry.