The Northwest Wall and Ceiling Bureau is an international professional trade association serving a wide ranging membership of contractors, manufacturers, dealers and labor.
Visit the NWCB web site to learn more about membership, events and programs, resources, industry links, employment opportunities and more!
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North American Construction Group Inc. (NACG) is the premier provider of mining and heavy construction, industrial, piling and pipeline services in Western Canada.
The mission of the NACG is produce high value mining, site preparation, piling and pipeline construction services.
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NUCA exists to improve the operational proficiency and financial performance of its member companies by
providing services that focus on shared industry issues.
• NUCA unites the underground utility construction industry under its leadership and speaks
with one clear, authoritative voice as it promotes and defends the interests of all stakeholders.
• Member companies have the freedom to operate in an open and competitive business
environment where they can realize their highest potential and achieve sustained profitability.
• Individuals within our member companies have the opportunity to develop professional talents
and skills to their highest potential and attain desired career aspirations.
• Underground utility systems and facilities are recognized as vital national assets, and those
who build and maintain them have the public’s confidence and respect.
• All Americans have access to the utility services they need and desire.
Learn about the latest industry news, membership benefits, safety services, programs, scholarships, award programs, forums, events, career center, industry links and more here.
The Association of Diving Contractors International, Inc. was originally a small group of diving companies with a goal was to create a non-profit organization dedicated to the art and science of commercial diving. The establishment of industry-wide safe standards for commercial diving was the foundation upon which the ADCI was built. Since then, the ADCI has grown to encompass more than 500 member companies, furnishing services and/or support for the conduct of safe underwater operations.
ADCI Scholarship Program – This ADCI Scholarship is open to members of the community of all ADCI voting member companies who are current and in good standing with ADCI, with the exception of ADCI officers, directors or immediate family of officers or directors. Member companies must have been a member and in “good standing” with ADCI for a minimum of one year preceding the year in which you apply.
Scholarship information and eligibility
Members of the Roofers union install new roofs and remove old roofs using a variety of materials. Roofers install hot built-up and single-ply roofing systems on mostly commercial/industrial structures. Waterproofers install moisture-resistant products on below-grade structures and other surfaces to prevent water intrusion into buildings. The work is performed in all weather conditions. Members also operate a variety of mechanical and electrical equipment associated with the installation of roofing and waterproofing products.
The union includes 78 locals and 11 district councils.
If you are interested in a roofing career, you are already in the roofing industry, looking for employment, education and training check out the United Union of Roofers web site here.
SMWIA members work in several industries. Sheet metal workers fabricate, install and service heating, venting, and air conditioning systems; blowpipe and industrial systems; metal roofing; coping and flashing; and stainless steel work for restaurants, kitchens and hospitals. They prepare shop and field drawings manually and with computer programs. Members also provide HVAC/R service.
From the history of the industry to the present needs of the workers – the SMWIA web site covers the latest industry news, careers, membership information, multimedia resource center and a whole lot more.
The Coalition of Labor Union Women is America’s only national organization for union women. Formed in 1974, CLUW is a nonpartisan organization within the union movement. The primary mission of the CLUW is to to promote affirmative action in the workplace; to strengthen the role of women in unions; to organize the unorganized women; and to increase the involvement of women in the political and legislative process.
Learn more about membership, programs, resources and industry news by visiting CLUW here.