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ASA Chicago is a proud member of the National Subcontractors Alliance, an umbrella organization of construction industry trade associations from across the United States.
 


The Illinois Mechanical & Specialty Contractors Association is the principle voice of the rights of subcontracting industry in Illinois. IMSCA has successfully represented subcontractors since 1967 by effectively influencing legislation in Illinois for the benefits of its constituents.

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ASA Chicago is a proud member of the Des Plaines Chamber of Commerce.  The Des Plaines Chamber of Commerce and Industry is an independent, member driven non-profit organization committed to serving the business community. As an advocate for business, the Des Plaines Chamber of Commerce and Industry is committed to creating and maintaining a positive business climate in the community by promoting interaction between business, community and government.
    


Associated Specialty
       Contractors

Associated Specialty Contractors is an umbrella organization of nine national associations of construction specialty contractors, whose combined membership totals more than 25,000 firms. The Association’s goals are to promote efficient management and productivity; to improve contracting forms and practices; to coordinate the work of specialized branches of the industry in management information, research, public information, government relations and construction relations; and to serve as a liaison among specialty trade associations in the areas of public relations, government relations, and with other organizations.

  

The Construction Safety Council was founded in 1989 as a non-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of safety and health interests in the field of construction throughout the world. It was chartered by a board of directors composed mostly of large construction company owners and operators whose vision and leadership made the organization possible. Since it's humble beginnings in 1989, the organization has quickly grown to become a world class professional construction consortium with associations that span the globe. With an emphasis on quality and customer service, all of the construction safety and health resources and loss reduction tools developed by the Construction Safety Council have been designed to maximize positive impact on your safety program.

   

The Fox Valley Associated General Contractors was organized in 1952 and became affiliated with the Associated General Contractors of America in 1957.  The organization has membership categories for General Contractors, Specialty Contractors, Subcontractors, Suppliers and Professional Businesses.  FVAGC provides guidance and assistance to member firms in the area of Labor Relations, Legislation and Government Affairs.  Educational programs on a wide range of subjects, and training programs for the construction industry.  Additionally, FVAGC provides networking opportunities and social activities throughout the year for its members.  Firms belonging to Fox Valley AGC are also members of Associated General Contractors of America.

 



The Federation of Women Contractors (FWC) is the oldest and most recognized leader among women-owned construction businesses in the Chicago land area. In existence since 1989, it is committed to the advancement of entrepreneurial women in the construction industry. FWC members include general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and service-related firms.  FWC is made up of over 100 enthusiastic, working women in construction who are excited about the industry. FWC represents diverse trades, general construction, specialty contractors, architecture and engineering firms, landscaping, and suppliers of all kinds of goods and services representing every facet and component of construction. These women have helped shape FWC into an organization that is recognized as the largest and most influential local women’s construction organization in the state.