American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA)
The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) is the U.S. transportation construction industry’s representative in Washington D.C. ARTBA’s mission is to advocate strong federal investment in the nation’s transportation infrastructure to meet public demand for a safe and efficient transportation network.
Construction Industry Air Quality Coalition (CIAQC)
Since 1989, Construction Industry Air Quality Coalition (CIAQC) has assisted the construction industry and regulatory agencies in the development of environmental regulatory strategies while minimizing the impacts on its members.
Construction Industry Coalition on Water Quality (CICWQ)
CICWQ was created in 2001 to protect the construction industry from the potentially devastating impact of lost revenues and reduced wages that may be caused by the rapidly evolving set of water quality regulations.
Construction Industry Force Account Council (CIFAC)
The Construction Industry Force Account Council (CIFAC) is a non-profit coalition of concerned construction industry associations, contractors and labor unions that works to ensure State and local governments’ compliance with the Public Contract Code (PCC)
Transportation issues are in a constant state of flux. Local and state government agencies are constantly hatching new ideas to control our industry—and for the most part, raise fees for these agencies. Among these ideas are increasing fees for permits, changing truck routes to basically ban heavy hauls through their communities and changing hours of operation.
The Transportation Consultant Program was developed five years ago to combat the growing tide of unnecessary rules.
Southern California Partnership for Jobs
Southern California Partnership for Jobs is an organization dedicated to improving infrastructure funding and creating career construction jobs.
SCPFJ is a true partnership between organized labor and construction management that will ultimately represent more than 2,750 construction firms who employ more than 90,000 union workers in the twelve counties of Southern California.