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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.
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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.
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 Chicagoland AGC is the leading trade association serving the Chicagoland commercial construction industry. In January 2018, the Chicagoland AGC formed as the result of a merger between the former Builders Association and the Fox Valley AGC. The merged Association serves as an even stronger voice for the industry. Chicagoland AGC members include the leading contractors and suppliers in the Chicago area. Our general contractor members range from large, national firms to smaller, specialized companies and build private and public projects worth more than $11 billion annually.