CCIA is an organization of associations, comprised of nine divisions, where various segments of the commercial construction industry work together to advance and promote their shared interests. [Printable PDF]
Connecticut Road Builders Association: CRBA represents contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, consulting engineers and professionals serving the heavy and highway construction industry. CRBA maintains close ties with the Connecticut Department of Transportation in all areas of interest to its members. CRBA is also an advocate for its members’ interests at the state and federal levels and is the Connecticut chapter of the American Road and Transportation Builders Association, the national road and bridge construction industry trade association.www.ctconstruction.org/crba
Associated General Contractors of Connecticut AGC/CT represents commercial, industrial, and institutional construction contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and professionals serving the construction industry. AGC/CT maintains close ties with public and private owners on matters of industry concern. AGC/CT is the Connecticut chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America.www.ctconstruction.org/agcct
Connecticut Ready-Mixed Concrete Association: The mission of CRMCA is to promote the use of ready-mixed concrete products and construction technologies. CRMCA’s Concrete Promotion Council conducts programs and exhibits for producers and members of the design community. CRMCA also offers a concrete inspection certification program to ensure quality control for concrete products and applications. CRMCA works through the National Ready-Mixed Concrete Association on federal and industry matters. www.ctconstruction.org/crmca
Connecticut Environmental and Utilities Contractors Association: CEUCA represents contractors and suppliers serving the environmental, clean water, waste water, and utility contracting and construction industry. CEUCA seeks to enhance, promote and improve the trade or business of environmental and utility contracting and construction and allied fields in Connecticut; aims to maintain close ties with state and municipal agencies involved in Clean Water Fund projects; and seeks representation on and affiliation and participation with local, state and national organizations representing the environmental and utilities sectors of the construction industry.www.ctconstruction.org/ceuca
Connecticut Asphalt and Aggregate Producers Association: CAAPA represents producers, contractors and suppliers of hot plant-mixed asphalt pavements in the state. CAAPAsupports its members’ interests on environmental issues and works to improve the quality of hot plant-mixed asphalt pavements and paving techniques used in the construction of roads, streets, highways, parking lots, airports, and environmental and recreational facilities. CAAPA is an advocate for its members’ interests at the state and federal levels. www.ctconstruction.org/caapa
Heavy and Highway: The CCIA Heavy and Highway Division represents heavy and highway contractors in labor relations matters, including negotiation of collective bargaining agreements, arbitration of grievances, and representation on jointly administered benefit funds
Connecticut In-Plant Operators Association: The CCIA In-Plant Operators Association represents quarry operators and stone producers in labor relations matters, in addition to providing other association services. The In-Plant Operators Association also works through the National Stone Sand and Gravel Association on issues of national interest.
Equipment Dealers: CCIA’s Equipment Dealers Division represents construction equipment dealers in labor relations matters, in addition to addressing other concerns that impact equipment dealers, such as taxation, diesel emission regulations, and promoting careers in the industry.
AGC/CCIA Building Contractors Labor Division of Connecticut, Inc: The Building Contractors Labor Division of Connecticut represents AGC/CT building contractors in all areas of labor relations, including negotiation of collective bargaining agreements, arbitration of grievances, and representation on jointly administered Taft-Hartley benefit funds. This Division comprises all signatory contractors who have appointed the AGC/CT as their exclusive bargaining agent.