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Concrete associations

American Concrete Institute (ACI)
The American Concrete Institute is a technical and educational organization whose goal is to further engineering and technical education, scientific investigation and research, and development of standards for the design and construction of concrete structures.

American Portland Cement Alliance
Members are manufacturers of Portland cement.

Cement Association of Canada
This association works to expand public awareness and use of cement-based products in Canada.

Concrete Pumping Association
Members are concrete pumping companies, manufactures, distributors, and suppliers of concrete pumps and related services, architects, ready mix suppliers, engineers, and testing labs.

International Concrete Repair Institute
Contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, engineers, architects, consultants, distributors, and manufacturers reps involved in the concrete repair industry. ICRI is a co-sponsor of The World of Concrete annual tradeshow.

National Ready Mix Concrete Association (NMRCA)
NRMCA is an international trade association for producers of ready-mixed concrete.

National Stone, Sand, and Gravel Association
NSSGA is an international trade association for producers of sand, gravel, crushed, and broken stone construction aggregates.

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Construction associations

American Institute of Constructors
Member are professionals engaged in construction practice, education, and research.

Construction Industry Manufacturers Association
Members include manufacturers of off-highway, earthmoving, and construction machinery and allied equipment and components.

National Association of Women in Construction
International association that promotes and supports the advancement and employment of women in the construction industry.

National Center for Construction Education (NCCER)
NCCER develops and publishes standardized construction and maintenance curricula, safety programs, management education, industry image materials and craft skills assessments.

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Contractors and builders associations

American Contracting Exchange (ACE)
A source for home improvement and building materials. ACE is dedicated to providing quality contractors, suppliers, distributors and manufacturers to the nation. The site includes section for homeowner and contractor resources.

American Society of Concrete Contractors
Members include concrete contractors, material suppliers, equipment manufacturers, and others involved in concrete construction.

American Subcontractors Association
Members include construction contractors of trades and specialties like foundations, concrete, masonry, steel, mechanical, drywall, electrical, painting, plastering, roofing, and acoustical.

American Rental Association
Members include firms engaged in rental of banquet and party equipment, tools, machinery, and other products.

Associated Builders and Contractors
Members include construction contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and associates.

Associated Equipment Distributors
Members include independent distributors, manufacturers, and other organizations involved in the distribution of construction equipment and related products and services in North America and throughout the world.

National Association of Home Builders
Members include single and multi-family home builders, commercial builders, and others associated with the building industry.

National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE)
The NSPE represents individual engineering professionals and licensed engineers (PEs) across all disciplines.

North American Building Material Distribution Association (NBMDA)
NBMDA represents a network of distributors and manufacturers dedicated to developing and promoting the effectiveness of distribution processes to improve member profitability and growth.

Portland Cement Association
Umbrella organization for other associations including the American Portland Cement Alliance and the Cement Association of Canada.

Wire Reinforcement Institute
Members include manufacturers of steel welded wire reinforcement and wire products for the reinforcement of concrete and other construction materials.

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Pavement and road construction associations

Associated General Contractors of America: Highway Division
Members include general construction contractors, subcontractors, industry suppliers, and service firms. Site has sections helping visitors find contractors and sub-contractors.

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Association (AASHTO)
ASSHTO represents highway and transportation departments in the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. It represents all five transportation modes: air, highways, public transportation, rail and water.

American Concrete Pavement Association
Contractors, cement companies, equipment manufacturers, material service suppliers, ready mix concrete producers and others are members. The site has great resources for the concrete paving industry including links to each state's Department of Transportation.

American Road and Transportation Builders Association
The U.S. transportation construction industry's representative in Washington, D.C. Since 1993, ARTBA has been involved in numerous environmental litigation and regulatory activities, defending the transportation construction industry's market interests against assaults launched by environmental extremist groups.

American Society of Highway Engineers
Organization provides a forum that promotes a safe and efficient highway system both now and in the future.

The Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI)
Represents the interlocking concrete pavement industry in North America. Members include producers, contractors, suppliers, consultants and others who have an interest in the interlocking concrete pavement industry.

International Grooving and Grinding Association
Members are businesses engaged in pavement grooving and the grinding contractor business, manufacturers and suppliers of parts for the highway, airport, and commercial industries.

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State associations

Arizona Rock Products Association
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The Colorado Ready Mixed Concrete Association (CRMCA)
Colorado-based organizatios representing the interests of Colorado's ready mixed concrete producers.

Colorado Rock Products Association (CRPA)
Colorado-based organization representing the interests of Colorado's producers of rock products.

Florida Concrete and Products Association
This organization's mission is to sustain and expand concrete and concrete products' share of the construction materials market in Florida for its membership.

Georgia Crushed Stone Association
GCSA advocates industry interest positions to public organizations and government agencies, which promote the continued and expanded use of crushed stone products as a durable and quality building material.

Kansas Aggregate Producers' Association
Dedicated to promoting and enlarging the use and consumption of aggregate products.

Kansas Ready Mixed Concrete Association (KRMCA)
Dedicated to promoting and enlarging the use and consumption of mixed concrete products.

Maryland Aggregates Association
Represents the interests of Maryland aggregate producers and associated industry.

Michigan Aggregates Association (MAA)
MAA membership has grown to include not only crushed stone and sand and gravel products, but many industrial and recycled material producers as well as suppliers of equipment and other goods needed to produce mineral products required by every citizen of Michigan.

Aggregate and Ready Mix Association of Minnesota
Members include aggregate and concrete producers, cement and fly ash producers, admixture suppliers, mining and trucking equipment suppliers, engineering and legal firms, and various other companies related to the industry.

The New Jersey Concrete and Aggregate Association
Represents individuals, firms and corporations engaged in the production and marketing of ready mixed concrete and sound aggregates. The Association also includes associate members who manufacture or sell equipment, materials, or provide services used by the concrete and aggregate industry.

The Ohio Aggregates & Industrial Minerals Association
Trade association in Ohio that represents all of the state's mining operations, except coal including construction materials, both natural and manmade, such as aggregates (which are sand, gravel, slag, and crushed limestone, dolomite, and sandstone), salt, clay, shale, gypsum, industrial sand, building stone, lime, cement, and recycled concrete.

Pennsylvania Aggregates and Concrete Association (PACA)
PACA was formed in 1982 by the consolidation of the Pennsylvania Aggregates Association and the Pennsylvania Ready Mixed Concrete/Sand & Gravel Association.

The Mining Association of South Carolina
Consists of individuals, firms and corporations whose common interest is the development of mineral resources, in an environmentally sound manner, in the state of South Carolina.

The Southern California Rock Products Association
Serves members located in six southern California counties including Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, Santa Barbara, Riverside and San Bernardino.

Southern California Ready Mixed Concrete Association
Serves members located in six southern California counties including Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, Santa Barbara, Riverside and San Bernardino.

Tennessee Road Builders Association (TRBA)
Provides its members with a number of services that help them effectively run their business. In addition, the association conducts training programs, and runs a federally-approved, on-the-job training program.

Virginia Aggregates Association
Trade organization comprised of producers of non-fuel minerals in Virginia. It was organized in 1927 by a group of conscientious aggregate producers to protect and promote the interests, growth and welfare of the aggregate (crushed stone and sand & gravel) industry in Virginia.

Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association
Non-profit industry trade association representing sand, gravel, quarry rock, cement, ready mix concrete, related businesses and suppliers in Washington State. The Association is dedicated to strengthening the collective industry and to keep it abreast of the changing way it does business.

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