Associated General Contractors of California – AGC California

AGC of California represents over 900 Contractor and Specialty Contractor members. The annual construction volume of these members range from less than $500,000 to over $100,000,000.

AGC of California is supported by more than 500 Associate members. These Associate members include material suppliers, attorneys, bankers, accountants, insurers, consultants, and other industry-related firms.


Southern California Contractors Association

SCCA’s goal is to help union signatory contractors profitably gain access to highway, heavy and civil engineering opportunities in our 12-county regional market. This philosophy has been key to our 41-years of growth as the largest all-union contractor group in Southern California.

SCCA provides high quality representation for their contractors in the legislative, safety, regulatory and labor relations arenas-things that no single contractor can do on his or her own. For example, SCCA regularly works with local, state and federal agencies, boards, commissions, regulators, trusts and unions on behalf of their members-saving them millions of dollars since 1974. For more information, visit //www.sccaweb.org/.


Engineering Contractors’ Association

The Engineering Contractor’s Association (ECA), since 1976, has served underground and heavy construction professionals in Southern California, providing leadership and education on issues important to our member’s success. Working locally to enhance continued development, ECA promotes a healthy construction environment through education of regulatory bodies from the contractor’s perspective and informing the industry on official developments.

ECA’s mission champions the interest of its members acting on matters of labor relations, safety, local government affairs and industry information services. Membership in the ECA is drawn from 12 Southern California counties and is made up of contractors and affiliates with interests in sewer and water lines, storm drains, pipeline, underground utilities, trenching, excavating and grading, tunnels, street and highway construction, water and sewer treatment plants and related engineering construction. For more information visit //ecasocal.org.


Southern California District Council of Laborers

Southern California District Council of Laborers, is a chartered district council of the Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA). The District Council has 14 affiliated locals. The objectives of the District Council are to unite the local unions within its jurisdiction in order to advance the economic and other interests of the membership and seek continued improvements in the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreements.

Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters

The Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters represents over 50,000 union carpenters in six states. They are dedicated to raising area standards for all carpenters in Southern California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado.

The Southwest Regional Council is proud to be affiliated with the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (UBC). The Southwest Regional Council is the largest council in the Brotherhood and was formed over the years through the consolidation of smaller districts or state councils. The large regional council structure provides greater flexibility to members and employers, optimizes the use of resources and helps to stabilize the market.


The Operating Engineers (Local 12)

The International Union of Operating Engineers, Local Union No. 12 was consummated by an executive order of the General President of the International Union of Operating Engineers and approved by the General Executive Board on March 1, 1939.

Local 12 leads the way to the next generation of skilled construction professionals. They have established training sites in six different locations throughout Southern California and Southern Nevada to train apprentices and retrain journeypersons. Each training site is equipped with various updated equipment with highly qualified instructors.


The Building Industry Association of Southern California (BIASC)

Established in 1923 as the Building Contractors Association of Southern California. The Building Industry Association of Southern California, Inc. (BIASC), has been instrumental in helping the construction industry meet our region’s demand for new housing, infrastructure, and the overall growth every community needs to thrive. BIASC has over 1,050 primary members representing all professions associated with the building industry.

BIASC believes that building and new home construction not only strengthens families, it stabilizes communities and fosters economic prosperity. With new homes and new growth come new schools, new fire stations, parks, cultural centers and more. BIASC members – builders, subcontractors, remodelers, designers, architects, engineers, sales and marketing professionals, law firms, manufacturers and more – all work together to create new and enhance existing communities across Southern California.


The Associated General Contractors of America San Diego Chapter

AGC – San Diego Chapter, Inc. has been in existence since 1927. AGC is dedicated to improving the construction industry daily by educating the industry to employ the finest skills, promoting use of the latest technology, and advocating building the best quality projects for owners, both public and private.


United Contractors (UCON)

United Contractors (UCON) is the leading union-affiliated contractors trade association in the state of California, representing heavy civil engineering companies of all sizes. These companies perform critical infrastructure work including: grading, paving, utility, bridge, pipeline, power, water, transit rail, airport and more.

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