ABC is a resource for over 23,000 merit contractors and other construction industry professionals committed to: safety, training, employee benefits and community involvement ABC is also a political organization, acting to protect and enhance free enterprise and merit in the construction industry.The Utah Chapter serves over 170 members throughout Utah and parts of Idaho from our central office in Salt Lake City. Contact ABC of Utah today for more information about member benefits.
AGC was established in 1918 after a request by President Woodrow Wilson. Wilson recognized the construction industry’s national importance and desired a partner with which the government could discuss and plan for the advancement of the nation. AGC has been fulfilling that mission for the last 90 years. A full service national trade association with a nationwide network of exceptional chapters, AGC represents more than 33,000 leading firms in the industry – including general contractors, specialty contractors and service providers and suppliers. AGC members play a powerful role in sustaining economic growth, in addition to producing structures that add to productivity and the nation’s quality of life. AGC is truly the “voice and choice” of the construction industry.
BICSI is a professional association supporting the information technology systems (ITS) industry. ITS covers the spectrum of voice, data, electronic safety & security, and audio & video technologies. It encompasses the design, integration and installation of pathways, spaces, fiber- and copper-based distribution systems, wireless-based systems and infrastructure that supports the transportation of information and associated signaling between and among communications and information gathering devices.
Montana’s independent rural telephone companies provide service covering over 80 percent of the state’s geography, or nearly 120,000 square miles, and about 30% of Montana’s telecommunications service consumers. The combination of tremendous areas served and low population density means that the average rural Montana telephone company serves fewer than 2.8 access lines per mile of line. (Montana’s cooperatives serve fewer than 1.6 access lines per mile.)
Montanans enjoy some of the most advanced telecommunications services in the nation. Montana’s rural independent telephone companies invested over $70 million in network infrastructure in 1998 alone. This infrastructure, which includes nearly 5,000 miles of fiber plant and over 90 full-motion video conference sites across the state, provides Montana’s consumers with state-of-the-art digital telephony, cable, video, wireless, Internet and other telecommunications products and services.
Arizona-New Mexico Telecommunications Association
To enhance and promote telecommunications services for our members in Arizona and New Mexico. With the direction of our board members we will set the highest standards to provide affordable and reliable communications services with a competent and professional work force.
Provide education to our members so they can inform regulators, legislators, and the general public on issues that effect rural telephone companies. Promote and support the RUS program so we can maintain a close relationship with their representatives. Encourage team work with all members so we can gather and discuss methods to solve any problems that we may encounter.
Our goal is to accomplish all of the above and to continue to expand our knowledge with the many changes that occur in the telecommunications industry. We will also work with other associations on issues of mutual interest.
International Municipal Signal Association
Dedicated to providing quality certification programs for the safe installation, operation and maintenance of public safety systems; delivering value for members by providing the latest information and education in the industry.
Leviton’s Network Infrastructure Division Part of a 100 year old company, Leviton Network Solutions was created in 1988 to meet the growing need for telecommunications and high speed data technologies. Today, the division provides complete copper, fiber and power network connectivity for enterprise, data center, service provider and residential applications.
The FutureFLEX benefit
FutureFLEX provides unprecedented benefits that provide IT and facilities managers with maximum network efficiency, immediate control over bandwidth requirements, significant cost savings, quick project turnaround times, and total control over planning and budgeting. Essentially, FutureFLEX guarantees that your network is keeping up at the exact pace of emerging technology.
American Concrete Institute – Intermountain Chapter
Is a non-profit, industry consensus organization whose purpose is the advancement of concrete technology through education. Their Board of Directors and members, represent all aspects of the construction industry – concrete producers, engineers, contractors, testing laboratories, material suppliers, educators and designers, all coming together to raise the bar for concrete construction.